EU and UNEP set out common priorities for environmental co-operation in Latin America and Caribbean

They aim to tackle the triple planetary crises of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution in the context of the region’s COVID-19 pandemic recovery

UK launches world’s largest ocean monitoring system

The £2m Global Ocean Wildlife Analysis Network is expected to allow scientists to improve their understanding of the marine environment and restore the oceans

Climate change means parts of UK could see ‘exceptional danger’ from wildfires

Parts of eastern and southern England could face the highest threat level several days a year, according to a new report

Philadelphia told turn off lights to prevent bird strikes

Artificial lights are thought to distract birds and ultimately cause them to crash onto buildings

UK announces £150m package to save tropical rainforests

The funding is expected to help protect rainforests equivalent to an area the size of Wales

Can 250,000 green apprenticeships fix the youth unemployment crisis?

A new report warns if the current youth unemployment rate remains the same for a year, it could cost the economy £39bn

Nepal to cut carbon emissions from deforestation with $45m support

The Emissions Reductions Payment Agreement is expected to help reduce nine million tons of carbon emissions in the Terai Arc Landscape

EAC calls for VAT cuts on green sectors to build back better

MPs suggest wider tax changes could offer a reset to design an economy fit for net zero Britain

Unmapped plants put biodiversity at risk

Plants that are increasingly disappearing miss the ‘gold standard’ of scientific research, experts warn

Action plan launched to restore ecosystems in Latin America and the Caribbean

The plan aims to revert the negative impacts of degradation that are already underway as well as those that are likely to emerge in the near future