Offal is off the menu these days, but eating the whole animal would not only cut carbon emissions – it’s also very good for you.
We must proceed with extreme caution on geoengineering, but there are plenty of reasons why the world can’t afford to ignore it.
The bad news: the world is tearing through its carbon budget. The good news: it’s not too late to turn things around… yet.
International climate talks end in indecision and disharmony; market hedges CO2 bets; renewables spend could bypass Australia.
It ain’t easy being very green and very rich; Kurri Kurri’s cheap shot at green energy; Campbell Newman claims his first solar scalp; climate talks floored over the choice of a chair; the gigatonne gap is getting wider.
The booming human population is at the root of just about every environmental crisis currently threatening the Earth. So why is it such a taboo?
Recently identified as potentially intense carbon sinks, seagrass meadows could help avert climate change – if they don’t succumb to it first.
US Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner tells Heartland conference rising CO2 levels are good, and will make it ‘easier to feed 7 billion people.’
Two recently published climate sceptic books have starkly illustrated the need to enhance the scientific literacy of Australia’s children.
Newly formed coalition aims to cut emissions of climate warming pollution that acts on shorter timescales than carbon dioxide.