Home delivery of waste! Thai park sends rubbish in a box to tourists’ houses

Campers will receive a box, which contains all the litter they left behind

Biodiversity ‘being destroyed at a rate unprecedented in history’

On average, there has been a 68% decrease in the population sizes of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish between 1970 and 2016

Man arrested for vandalising Winston Churchill statue during Extinction Rebellion protest

The man was arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage after spray-painting the words ‘is a racist’ on the base of the statue

UK Government to review offshore oil and gas licensing regime

The review looks to ensure the government has the necessary information to plan for continued oil and gas production in a manner ‘aligned with tackling climate change’

Gaia says no! Episode 7 – Religion

The majority of humans are religious so shouldn’t we use that influence to change our behaviour?

Argentinian agribusiness lent $100m for green projects

The financing will support the establishment of an anaerobic biodigester to produce renewable energy from animal waste that will be sold to the grid

EU Member States ‘must steer recovery funding towards climate neutrality’

The Climate Action Network Europe and CEE Bankwatch Network have identified investment proposals that they say must be funded to ensure a green economic recovery is possible

‘UK has lost green areas as large as Suffolk and Sussex combined over last 25 years’

Kent, Essex and West Yorkshire were the top three counties which saw the highest urban increase, while Argyll & Bute, Sutherland and Inverness in Scotland gained the largest area of woodland

Gaia says no! Episode 3 – The Nexus

The Nexus is the point where humans have as much influence as mother nature on the planet. Are we there? If so what will we do?

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Almost 90% of energy professionals say the UK is currently off track for net zero by 2050

That’s the gloomy suggestion made in the Energy Institute’s latest Energy Barometer report, which surveyed more than 350 UK professionals from across the sector