Category: Guardian_RSS

CCR / Results for: Guardian_RSS

Search website. Enter your search term above.

Heat deaths, scorched trees and civil unrest: life on the climate frontline in 2022

Three Guardian reporters, based in different corners of the globe, share what they have learned while reporting the climate disasterSupport urgent, independent climate journalism todayWhen activists from Extinction Rebellion towed a pink boat into Oxford Circus,…


‘Unique’ autumn show predicted for UK trees – but decline may follow

National Trust says dazzling display this year may be reversed if trees continue to face extreme summersAfter a year of extreme weather, a “unique” show of golden browns and buttery yellows could light up the UK’s…


AGL will close Victoria’s coal-fired power station Loy Yang A a decade early

Energy company accelerates its exit from coal, although timeline for closure of Bayswater in the NSW Hunter Valley remains unchangedFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our free news app, morning email briefing…


Cop27: Egyptian hosts urge leaders to set aside tensions over Ukraine

Organisers call on nations to carry on crucial climate negotiations despite differences on geopolitical issuesThe Egyptian hosts of the next UN climate summit have issued a plea for countries to set aside tensions and animosity over…


America’s hardest-hit communities need Biden to declare a climate emergency

Wildfires, floods, heatwaves, hurricanes and drought are not waiting for politicians to act – the president must step in Millions of people across the United States have witnessed, often tragically, how the climate crisis is here…


Revealed: 5,000 empty ‘ghost flights’ in UK since 2019, data shows

Exclusive: A further 35,000 flights have operated almost empty, with climate campaigners calling the revelations ‘shocking’More than 5,000 completely empty passenger flights have flown to or from UK airports since 2019, the Guardian can reveal.A further…


Clearing California’s landscapes is critical to stopping megablazes. Why is it taking so long?

Climate crisis has upped the ante in the state where progress has been hampered despite a considerable budget allocationIt was already approaching 100F on an early summer afternoon in Calaveras county, California, as six firefighters clad…


Mike Cannon-Brookes to back new AGL board members in bid to clean up climate polluter

Tech billionaire will support four independent non-executive directors to transform the companyFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcastTech billionaire and climate activist…


The Guardian’s fierce climate crisis reporting goes where others fear – or refuse – to tread | George Monbiot

As most of the media, beholden to those who would uphold the status quo, downplay the most critical issue of all, our mission is to put the environment front and centreSupport urgent, independent climate journalism todayWhat…


Cause for optimism at Cop15 – but could Bolsonaro scupper the deal for nature?

There are many reasons to suggest a deal to save the natural world is possible in Montreal, if division can be overcome and the Brazilian president doesn’t cause problemsWe are at the beginning of a busy…