UK’s environmental tax revenue blossoms to new heights!

In 2022, energy tax revenue maintained its position as the primary contributor to environmental tax revenue in the UK, accounting for 74.7% of the total, according to a report

Experts call for ban on artificial grass in home gardens

Sheffield scientists are calling for a ban on artificial grass and incentives for homeowners to garden sustainably to tackle climate change and promote healthier urban landscapes

Hotter and riskier: Northern Ireland’s climate change challenge

The Climate Change Committee has noted limited evidence of delivery, data gaps and a need for further development of Northern Ireland’s green plan

“The cheapest and cleanest energy is the one that we never consume”

Karol Gobczyński, Head of Climate and Energy at Ingka Group, the largest IKEA retailer in 31 countries, told ELN that refraining from investing during the era of energy transition and crisis cannot be considered a viable solution

IPCC: Only immediate action could secure a liveable future for all

The latest IPCC report has found that the current measures and strategies to address climate change are inadequate

‘Over half million trees die’ on A14 upgrade

The tree planting failures will reportedly cost millions for replacement

Iceberg the size of London on the run

Another giant ice mass is currently heading towards South Georgia

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UK Climate tsar quits: Lord Deben’s reign ends in a blaze of glory after ten years

The head of the government’s climate advisory body is expected to step down at the end of his term this summer

I was instructed to cry on television, says former Extinction Rebellion spokesperson

Campaigner and author Zion Lights has called XR a “cult”

Decision to make oil chief COP28 President touted ‘ridiculous’ by Greta

The Swedish activist talked about how corporate greed still dominates the global climate agenda