Report says global man-made CO2 emissions set to rise by a further 2.1% in 2013, on the way to record high of 36 billion tonnes.
With 600,000 homeless and 10,000 feared dead, Super Typhoon Haiyan has devastated the Philippines. Here’s how it’s being interpreted in climate circles.
Shanghai’s new Clean Air Action Plan to completely ban coal burning in 2017 targets 2,500+ boilers and 300 industrial furnaces for closure – or clean-up.
USB is used ubiquitously to transfer data and charge mobile devices, but could it be used for green technology?
The Fifth IPCC Assessment report released last week warns that the Pacific island nation of Kiribati — composed of 32 atolls —would mostly disappear by 2100.
A zero carbon house on 5×4m of land; an affordable eco-housing complex – two new examples of Melbourne’s forward-thinking approach to sustainable living.
The 44th Pacific Islands Forum centres on the region’s greatest threat: climate change, and the ‘complete insufficiency’ of current efforts to mitigate it.
The coal seam gas industry is moving ahead at a breakneck pace, often leaving government regulations and scientific studies scrambling to catch up.