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The devastating floods in Libya that killed 11,000 people this month were made “50 times more likely” due to the man-made climate crisis, a scientific assessment has found.
The Treasury Department has released a new set of guidelines for financial institutions working to reduce their carbon footprint in the latest climate change push by the Biden administration.
COP 28 president: ‘It’s time to transform climate finance–and bridge its 2.4 trillion dollar gap’
Swedish police have arrested several climate activists after vandalizing a private jet at Stockholm's Bromma Airport over the weekend.
The trial of six Extinction Rebellion activists for spraying fake blood from a fire engine over the UK Treasury has begun.
News that New Zealand will be an early signer of the Global Ocean Treaty is being celebrated by Greenpeace this week, who are calling it a win for nature, global cooperation and people power.
As the world witnessed record heat this summer and rain disasters become more frequent, thousands of people joined a climate protest in Tokyo on Monday 18 September, calling for a society powered by 100% renewable energy with stricter climate policies and no nuclear power.
The UK has awarded 21 carbon capture and storage licences to 14 different companies operating in oil and gas reservoirs and saline aquifers in the North Sea and East Irish Sea, spanning 12,000 square kilometres.