The Queen of the United Kingdom has reportedly banned plastic straws and bottles from being used across the various Royal homes and palaces.
The UK’s Department of International Development (DFID) has announced new funding to support climate change programmes in Zimbabwe.
The UN has produced new guidance for how its scientists should communicate the impacts of climate change.
A new report from the Climate Council has highlighted both the threats and opportunities climate change poses for the tourism industry in Australia.
Following the recent damaging floods in Paris, city officials are exploring the possibility of suing fossil fuel companies, joining New York and other major American cities in the courtroom against oil and natural gas companies.
The French minister for foreign affairs has stated that if the US administration follows through with the country’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement the negotiations about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTip) will not be successful.
Hackney and Islington councils in London are currently consulting on a scheme to ban petrol and diesel vehicles from the area’s central streets during the peak commuter periods to mitigate air pollution levels.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today launched new measures to tackle fuel poverty and improve energy efficiency in the UK’s capital.
Governor Jerry Brown strikes again as a US climate leader after signing an executive order mandating the state of California to deploy at least 5 million zero-emission cars by 2030.
Chile is turning more than 10 million acres of land into 5 new national parks in a major expansion of its parklands in order to protect some of the country’s prestigious rainforests and grasslands.
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