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An iceberg twice the size of Manhattan broke free from Greenland’s massive Petermann glacier, which could speed up the march of ice into northern waters, scientists said on Wednesday. Read more here.
A report launched in Washington by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy on Thursday ranked the UK first among the world’s 12 largest economies for reducing pollution in industry, transport, and buildings. Read more.
Could climate change make the British character more Nordic? I have seen the future of Britain and it is essentially one long Ingmar Bergman movie. Read more here.
Climate change researchers have been able to attribute recent examples of extreme weather to the effects of human activity on the planet’s climate systems for the first time, marking a major step forward in climate research. Read more here.
You never know what will get washed up on a beach. A huge dock torn from a Japanese port by the 2011 tsunami has washed up 8,050km (5,000 miles) away on the US West Coast after crossing the Pacific. Read … Continue reading
Is green underwear made from wood simply barking? Bamboo is hailed as a miracle green material for construction and energy – but what about pants? To read about this click here.
Between 20-22 June, world leaders will join thousands of delegates, business leaders and NGOs at the decade-in-the-making Rio +20 summit. It will attempt to develop a road map that will provide a framework in which we can enjoy growth today, … Continue reading
The atmosphere over the Arctic has hit a troublesome milestone: the concentration of CO2 has surpassed 400 parts per million. Stations across the region in Alaska, Greenland, Norway and Iceland have recorded the measurements that have surged since the winter … Continue reading
Shifting to a greener economy could generate up to 60 million additional jobs over the next two decades and lift millions of people out of poverty, UN agencies and trade unions said yesterday, urging governments to use the Rio+20 summit … Continue reading
Iceland’s volcanoes could one day be heating Britain’s homes and businesses, after the two countries pledged to develop electricity links and work together to boost the UK’s geothermal power sector. Read more