Are Brazil about to take a huge step backwards on climate change?
Flooding in Paraguay’s capital Asuncion. Photo credit: Reuters / Jorge Adorno. By Anders Lorenzen During the Christmas period, parts of Latin America experienced the worst flooding in 50 years. […]
Rousseff and Obama. Photo credit: Reuters / Kevin Lamarque. By Anders Lorenzen US President Barack Obama has been busy in the past year. After forging legally binding CO2 regulations at […]
Photo credit: The Volt Report. As the month-long football tournament the FIFA World Cup has now drawn to a close with Germany beating Argentina 1-0 in the final, it’s been […]
Photo credit: Carbon Visuals. Carbon Visuals, an organisation that uses visuals to document the impact of carbon emissions, have produced visuals documenting the carbon footprints of the 2014 World Cup. […]
Solar panels at Brazil’s Maracanã stadium. Photo credit: Yingli Solar. By Anders Lorenzen If you have been tuning into the World Cup this month, you will quite likely have seen […]
On the day that arguably the largest sporting event of the year begins, we bring you nine environmental and green facts about Brazil.
Flooding in Worcester, England. Photo credit: Nick via Flickr; 2014 By Anders Lorenzen in London, UK and Matt Owens in Fairfax County, USA We recently wrote of the unprecedented floods […]