Almost 60% of Brits look at 2021 as a ‘pivotal year’ for building a greener future

Nearly 67% of the public think the planet is in a worse shape than it has ever been and that the world needs to act within the next 12 months, according to a new study

Lower Thames Crossing emissions figures released in Freedom of Information request

Environmentalists claim the proposed tunnel project is at odds with Boris Johnson’s pledge to cut the UK’s emissions by 68% against 1990 levels by 2030

Londoners rage against Extinction Rebellion protest at Cenotaph on Remembrance Day

The climate activist group placed a climate change banner and a wreath of poppies at Cenotaph ahead of the Remembrance Day Service

Could the Covid-19 pandemic open up a brave new world of global climate action?

Jonathon Porritt, Co-Founder of Forum for the Future, will host a session taking place at 11:00 on November 12th at Xpo 2020

Bristol gets £4m boost for action on climate and ecological emergencies

It will fund a new three-year programme, which complements Bristol City Council’s green actions on travel, housing, energy, nature and other initiatives

Extinction Rebellion stage protest by delivering ‘gifts’ to David Attenborough’s doorstep

The move came after Sir David Attenborough criticised the group during an interview

Prince William launches £50m Earthshot Prize to help repair the planet

The initiative, which aims to become the most prestigious global environment prize in history, will see five £1 million prizes awarded each year for the next 10 years

Greta Thunberg donates €150k for regions impacted by climate crisis

The funding will be shared by organisations helping parts of Africa swept by heatwaves, droughts and floods

‘Richest 1% generate more than double the total emissions of the poorest half of the world’

The richest 10% accounted for more than half of all emissions generated between 1990 and 2015, according to a new report

No more fish and chips? Climate change threatens cod populations

Declines in populations are most likely for the fish species associated with cooler waters, according to a report