EU greenhouse emissions bounced back

Greenhouse gas emissions rose in the first three months of the year, according to official data

Fears rise in German industries as Rhine River evaporates

A German business group has said chemical and steel industries could soon be forced to switch off as low river levels makes it hard to transport cargo

Government urged to pay farmers to restore natural habitats

Branding every kind of land as suitable for food and carbon removal is a recipe for failure, a think tank suggests

Time for a water grid?

The government is considering a plan that will enable water supply transfers between regions

Activists plug golf holes with cement in climate change protest

French eco-protestors have sealed up holes to highlight the “monopolisation” of water by the golf industry

Yorkshire Water launches hosepipe ban as English regions declare drought

The new hosepipe ban will come into force on 26th August

UK delays again the decision for Cumbria coal mine

Last month, it was promised that a decision would be made “as soon as possible”

Are landfills the world’s methane super-emitters?

A landfill in Buenos Aires has the same climate impact as one and a half million cars, according to new research

Fizzy drinks are better than burgers for the planet!

New Oxford University research could open the door to eco-labels for thousands of supermarket food products

UK urged to introduce more hosepipe bans as ten-day heatwave kicks off

Environment Secretary has urged companies to introduce hosepipe bans to safeguard UK’s reservoirs