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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...

Politicians’ response to Australian bushfires

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Em Richardson discusses the Australian reaction to the bush fires that have devastated the country. ...

Some assembly required on climate change policy

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There’s an old adage that the American Congress is overly pale, male and stale, a criticism that applies equally to the Houses of Parliament. While this is likely to change...

Trump withdraws from Paris Agreement, Accord-ing to Sources

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For some years, many have seen the Republicans as America’s anti-green party, which – at least in historical terms – isn’t entirely fair: even some of the die-hard...

Facts to fake news? A climate of falsehoods

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Has the Trump administration's gone too far this time when it comes to its interference in science? A task force report certainly thinks so....

Tyneside Councils miss Clean Air Deadline again

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Libby Prescott reports as the councils of Newcastle, Gateshead and North Tyneside miss another air pollution deadline. ...

UN climate change report: a global warning

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Lily Holbrook dissects the recent climate change report released by the UN. ...

Why have some received Greta Thunberg so badly?

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Victoria Osho writes about climate activist Greta Thunberg's recent UN speech. ...