Every year a disparate collection of 88 wonks from 68 organisation in 12 countries work tirelessly to produce the Global Carbon Budget.
One of the most infuriating things about reading advice for people wanting to reduce their carbon footprint is the colossal lack of perspective people some folk have when it comes to cutting emissions.
Parts of Europe could be feeling the effects of starting the solar party on their own.
A guide to vehicle emissions of four petrol cars and electric vehicles using four different types of electricity (coal, oil, gas and solar).
A pictorial summary of the IPCC’s Mitigation of Climate Change report using its main charts. I’ll try to keep it punchy (high confidence).
If climate change features highly in your concept of sustainability then here are 5 essential ingredients for a sustainable home.
We might continue to use fossils fuels for making stuff where necessary, but we should stop using them as our go-to energy source.
A great graph on the carbon intensity of travel – from flights to bicycles. And 5 tips on making transport more sustainable.
Almost everywhere it is cheaper to power an EV than fuel a car. The cost gap between these options is called the EV Wedge .
Every year the world wastes enough food to fill a bin 1.2km wide, 1.2 km deep and 2.1 km tall. Here are five ways to help you save food in your home.