World Bank and Guatemala ink $52.5m agreement to cut emissions from deforestation

The Emission Reductions Payment Agreement will reward efforts to reduce 10.5m tons of carbon emissions through 2025 under Guatemala’s emissions reduction programme

UK becomes ‘Europe’s second most popular’ area for cleantech investments

London has been named as Europe’s leading city for cleantech projects in 2020, according to new research

Cables can get crustaceans crabby!

Underwater cables for offshore wind produce electromagnetism that can alter the behaviour of crabs

MPs press the alarm: “UK’s consumption is unsustainable”

The Environmental Audit Committee is concerned that the use of deforestation-linked commodities including soy, cocoa, timber is increasing dramatically

World’s most important biodiversity hotspots to benefit from £100m UK funding

The environmentally-critical landscapes, across 18 countries, will receive the funding to tackle biodiversity and combat climate change

‘Biodiversity decline by 2030 can still be stopped’

Five UK nature agencies have released a joint report calling for nature recovery to be considered just as important as net zero strategy

Boris Johnson at UN General Assembly: “Humanity must grow up”

The Prime Minister said people must take responsibility for the destruction caused by the climate crisis

Government announces £16m peatland restoration funding

The grants will see thousands of hectares of peatland being restored

Beavers want to break free – but what do you think?

The government has launched a consultation on what it describes as ‘cautious’ release of beavers into the wild

Yorkshire Water ties with farmers for ‘pop up rain forests’

The programme will see farmers grow cover crops to improve soil and water quality and cut emissions