Environment

Sunak has ‘set Britain back’ on net zero, says UK’s climate adviser | Climate crisis

Rishi Sunak has given up Britain’s reputation as a world leader in the fight against the climate crisis and has…

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Tens of thousands protest against Canary Islands’ ‘unsustainable’ tourism model | Spain

Tens of thousands of people are protesting across the Canary Islands to call for an urgent rethink of the Spanish…

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What the Cybertruck’s many failures mean for Tesla | Tesla

Tesla recalled all Cybertrucks Friday after federal safety regulators contacted the company over malfunctions with the vehicle’s accelerator pedal. New…

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Scientists’ experiment is ‘beacon of hope’ for coral reefs on brink of global collapse | Coral

An underwater experiment to restore coral reefs using a combination of “coral IVF” and recordings of fish noises could offer…

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‘Dirty secret’: insiders say UK water firms knowingly break sewage laws | Water

Whistleblowers say UK water companies are knowingly failing to treat legally required amounts of sewage, and that some treatment works…

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Tanya Plibersek rejects windfarm proposed for biodiverse Queensland forest | Energy

A proposed windfarm next to the wet tropics world heritage area in north Queensland will not go ahead after the…

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Unilever to scale back environmental and social pledges | Unilever

Unilever is to scale back its environmental and social aims, in what is likely to be seen as a huge…

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Biden administration moves to restrict oil and gas leases on 13m acres in Alaska | Alaska

The Biden administration said on Friday it will restrict new oil and gas leasing on 13m acres (5.3m hectares) of…

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EPA moves to make US polluters pay for cleanup of two forever chemicals | US Environmental Protection Agency

The Environmental Protection Agency on Friday designated two forever chemicals that have been used in cookware, carpets and firefighting foams…

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Water is at the heart of farmers’ struggle to survive in Benin » Yale Climate Connections

For the residents of Dassa-Zoumè, a city in the West African country of Benin, choosing between drinking water and having…

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