Jeremy Williams reviews What We’re Fighting for Now is Each Other.
The UK becomes the first G7 member to pledge to go zero carbon by 2050.
Finland is pledging to be carbon neutral by 2035, the most ambitious in Scandinavia.
US-China tensions have increased Latin American exports but could expand agriculture and hit demand.
The cost of renewable energy continues to plummet, making climate action more possible, so says a new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
In the European Parliament elections last month, green parties across the EU increased their representation.
Denmark’s likely new prime minister acknowledges climate change as one of the top issues.
On World Environment Day, Sasha Stashwick from NRDC argues the UK government must end their support for the climate-damaging and polluting biomass industry.
Voters in Australia have said no to action on climate change and re-elected Scott Morrison.
How much carbon could you save if you worked one day less a week?