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Pollutionwatch: China shows how political will can take on air pollution

In four years, sulphur dioxide in the city was reduced by 70% and particle pollution…

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Morrison government seeks to divide Labor and unions over emissions

The Morrison government, which is battling a persistent internal fracture on energy policy, is attempting…

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Youth climate strikes to take place in more than 100 countries

Hundreds of thousands of children are expected to walk out of their classrooms on Friday…

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Greta Thunberg nominated for Nobel peace prize

Thunberg began a solo protest in Sweden in August but has since inspired students around…

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‘This is an emergency’: Australia’s student climate strikes and where you can find them

Strikes are planned at 60 locations in Australia, including every state and territory capital. Tens…

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Australia’s annual carbon emissions reach record high

Ndevr’s data showed Australia was still not on track to meet its Paris target of…

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Unused Fiber-Optic Cables Repurposed as Seismic Sensors

During the 1990s, telecommunications companies installed thousands of kilometers of fiber-optic cables underground in anticipation…

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Energy and oil majors turn to rural Africa in grab for world’s next billion customers

Once basic energy is established in disconnected regions, the companies that supply it hope to…

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Murray-Darling buybacks ‘twice as cheap’ as efficiency projects

A Senate committee examining whether to lift the current cap on water buybacks has heard…

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Sharp rise in Arctic temperatures now inevitable – UN

Sharp and potentially devastating temperature rises of 3°C to 5°C in the Arctic are now…