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Articles: greenhouse gas emissions (26)
The Paris climate conference is really an economic conference, perched on the brink of a market crash in the fossil fuel sector.
The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) announced today that 2015 is likely to top the charts as the hottest year in modern observations, with 2011-15 the hottest five-year period on record.
This singular thought, that climate change can stir dangerous human conflict, is gaining salience across much of the world.
Despite Low Oil Prices, Renewable Power Gaining Traction, Energy Agencies Report — But Not Yet Fast Enough for the Climate
The shift away from coal and towards renewable sources of energy is slowly beginning to gain traction, two recently-released reports from American and global energy agencies show.
As temperatures rise, the world’s iconic northern lakes are undergoing major changes that include swiftly warming waters, diminished ice cover, and outbreaks of harmful algae.
From deforestation to fertiliser use, and from factory farms to supermarket shelves, producing, transporting, consuming and wasting food account for around half of all greenhouse gas emissions
Are we expecting COP21 to be that moment of fireworks and dancing elephants, a 'Great Change Moment', when people dance in the street and subsequently put plaques up to immortalise the moment for their grandchildren? If we are, we're missing the point.
Most ecological economists argue that continued economic growth is incompatible with ecological safety.
What kind of force can leave a four million pound rock on top of a cliff? According to the oceanographers, it was waves. "