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Study warns US$70tn climate impact from melting permafrost in Arctic

According to the most advanced study yet of the economic consequences of a melting Arctic the release of methane and carbon dioxide from thawing...

Extinction Rebellion ends London climate protests, for now

Environmental campaigners Extinction Rebellion are to close their two remaining central London protest sites today, the group said after 10 days of disruption in...

Study warns fossil fuel exploration plans ‘incompatible’ with climate goals

A new analysis warns that plans by oil and gas majors to spend US$4.9 trillion on fossil fuel exploration are "poles apart" from the...

Australia’s major political parties battle over climate costs

Australia’s opposition Labor Party has claimed its emissions reduction policy is impossible to cost, as businesses will take the reins on how to reduce...

IEEFA: Why renewable energy is the solution for Australia

According to a briefing note published today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), renewable energy is the lowest cost, most...

Researchers calculate decades of ‘scary’ Greenland ice melting

Measuring melting ice is a fairly precise business in 2019, thanks to satellites, weather stations and sophisticated climate models. By the 1990s and 2000s, scientists...

Environment emerges as major issue for Australian voters

The environment has emerged as a major issue for Australian voters, a new poll has shown, but healthcare and the cost of living are...

The US$18bn electric-car bubble at risk of bursting in China

In Australia politicians, particularly those of the more conservative persuasion, seemingly squabble over the very idea of electric cars running on our roads. Yet in...

European wind industry investment could reach €100bn by 2021

European investment in the wind industry could accelerate to €100 billion in total over the next three years, breaking records along the way. That injection...

Central bank governors warn global banks cannot ignore climate change dangers

The global financial system faces an existential threat from climate change and must take urgent steps to reform, the governors of two of world’s...

Hundreds arrested as climate-change protesters disrupt London trains

Hundreds of protesters have been arrests and two environmental activists climbed onto the roof of a train in London’s Canary Wharf financial district as...

Australian Greens to support Labor climate policy in environment deal

The Australian Greens Party will push the Australian Labor Party (ALP) to back key parts of a new Australian Greens environment strategy, including a...

The Native Shop gets exciting new online look

The founder and managing director of Carbon Market, which operates EcoNews and EcoVoice, Tim Langdon has been working with the team at his native...

Merkel says Germany considering carbon price to reach climate targets

The German government is exploring the introduction of a carbon price to get the country back on track to reach its ambitious targets for...

Coke to cut plastic use with major increase in recycled plastic

Beverage giant Coca-Cola is doubling the amount of recycled plastic it uses across its Australian beverage business, with seven in 10 drink bottles to...

Warning radical climate action ‘critical’ to Great Barrier Reef survival

Australia's most senior guardians of the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef have warned the natural wonder will virtually collapse if the planet becomes...

Climate change protesters to block central London roads

Environmental protesters are planning to paralyse parts of central London over the next few days by blocking some of the United Kingdom’s capital city’s...

Record-early Alaska river thaw follows high winter temperatures

Key Alaska rivers that are usually frozen at this time of year are now free flowing, with record-early thaws following record-high winter and spring...