Emissions from countries regulated under the EU carbon market significantly dropped in 2020.
According to a new report, net-zero targets many governments are pursuing are distractions from the urgent need to drastically reduce carbon emissions.
Atmospheric CO2 concentrations reach new heights.
The renowned British economist discusses the importance of investing in the environment and social cohesion.
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By Aisha Rodriguez Despite natural catastrophes, fluctuations in oil prices and terrorist threats, global air passenger traffic have been increasing rapidly, with a projected annual growth of 5%. This is representative of […]
Photo credit: Johan Viirok via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen While China has now overtaken the US as the world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter, the per capita emissions in the US are […]
Green MEP’s and NGO campaigning for a price on carbon in 2013. Photo credit: greensefa via Flickr. By Declan Milling Wouldn’t it be great if we did things because they were ‘the […]
A wind turbine next to the Finish nuclear power plant Olkiluoto. Photo credit: Green Blog By guest contributor Green Blog In June, the parliament in Finland passed a new climate change act […]
The Keystone XL pipeline would transport oil from the Canadian tar sands. Photo credit: Howl Arts Collective via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen In a move that has put further spotlight on whether […]