The government must spend an extra £14bn a year to meet its climate targets while simultaneously reducing support for initiatives which increase greenhouse gas emissions, a think tank report warns.
Deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon and neighboring savannah may be hurting regional corn yields.
Factory acceptance trials of Turkey’s first indigenous electric train began in the northwestern province of Sakarya’s Adapazarı district yesterday in a ceremony held under anti-pandemic measures.
Some are calling it an historic moment for France’s Greens party, others for the environmental movement in general.
A new climate fund backed by philanthropic donors is aiming to trigger $2.5 billion of clean energy investment in Southeast Asia and aid the region’s green recovery after the coronavirus.
Ethnic minorities do face discrimination in the countryside, says charity in wake of Countryfile row
Ethnic minorities face discrimination in the countryside, a rural charity has said after a row over a Countryfile segment about BAME access.
Strong winds on Sunday night caused power disruption in several areas of Ludhiana, resulting in a sleepless night for residents.
For the head of the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s information department, winning an information war against the West isn’t going to happen by itself.
At the South Pole, considered the coldest point on Earth, temperatures are rising fast.
The PMK on Monday opposed the draft Environment Impact Assessment notification of the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change saying it contradicted India’s stand on ‘greenhouse gas emission commitments’.