Environment

World going in ‘wrong direction’ as climate impacts worsen, says UN

World going in ‘wrong direction’ as climate impacts worsen, says UN

‘Ignoring our cries’: young climate change activists are exhausted

Countries growing 70 per cent of world’s food face ‘extreme’ heat risk by 2045

Melting of Antarctica’s ‘sleeping giant’ could cause massive sea rise

Rainwater unsafe to drink due to high levels of toxic chemicals, study finds

Polar bears turn to rubbish dumps to cope with climate change

‘Shocking’ report shows how Australia’s land and wildlife are being destroyed

The Alps are getting greener, but that’s not a good thing

Using pee to grow food? Urine fertiliser could reduce pollution

Please don’t croak: Biologists aim to save critically endangered Venezuelan frog

‘Plogging’ is all the rage for the eco-conscious in China

‘Ignoring our cries’: young climate change activists are exhausted

Countries growing 70 per cent of world’s food face ‘extreme’ heat risk by 2045

Melting of Antarctica’s ‘sleeping giant’ could cause massive sea rise

Rainwater unsafe to drink due to high levels of toxic chemicals, study finds

Polar bears turn to rubbish dumps to cope with climate change

‘Shocking’ report shows how Australia’s land and wildlife are being destroyed

The Alps are getting greener, but that’s not a good thing

Using pee to grow food? Urine fertiliser could reduce pollution

Please don’t croak: Biologists aim to save critically endangered Venezuelan frog

‘Plogging’ is all the rage for the eco-conscious in China

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