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Johnson’s ‘green industrial revolution’ promises a lot, but is it enough?

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Maud Webster analyses Boris Johnson's new Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, and considers whether it's enough to reach net-zero...

Biden’s election: Will the planet thank America for its choice?

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Sophie Wilson gives her opinion on what the recent US election result will mean for the climate crisis...

Mythbusters: is Antarctica really growing?

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Polly Stevens discusses the commonly held belief that in spite of global warming, Antarctica is actually gaining mass....

Prince William and David Attenborough shoot high to save the planet

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Isabel Lamb reports on the prestigious new 'Earthshot Prize'...

Review: David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet

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Jon Deery New reviews David Attenborough's latest documentary...

The challenges to behaviour change for climate change

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Isabel Lamb discusses the obstacles making climate-friendly behaviour harder than we might think...

UN Climate Summit postponed: coronavirus vs climate change?

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The UNFCCC has postponed COP26, the global climate summit due to be held in Glasgow. They state: “In light of the ongoing, worldwide effects of COVID-19, holding an ambitious,...

Canadian company starts mapping of methane emission

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Kristina Flexman writes about how one start-up's efforts could help in identifying the roots of climate change through the globe...

Why “flight shame” will soon take off in the UK – and this isn’t a bad thing

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Polly Stevens discusses the Swedish phrase 'flight shame' and what it means for budding environmentalists....

Lumi-meh: lights festival fails to make impression

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From 14-17 November, Durham students were given something else to do besides pore over their tear-stained Oxbridge rejection letter, as Lumiere was in town. The lights festival is...