The report, conducted by Carbon Tracker, concludes that by 2030 it will be cheaper to build new wind or solar capacity than continue operating coal in all markets.
If urgent action is taken the research found that the world’s oceans could be restored to full abundance.
Taking advantage of town’s deserted streets because of the coronavirus lockdown, the Llandudno goats have even been branded vandals for munching through gardens.
Climate change scientist Lee Hannah explains how giving nature space could help curb future disease outbreaks.
A beluga whale has been filmed playing ‘fetch’ with an official 2019 Rugby World Cup ball near the Arctic Pole.
The orphaned calf even learned to act like a bottlenose dolphin, but its presence may have contributed to the loss of the original calf.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have successfully tested a lithium-carbon dioxide battery prototype running up to 500 consecutive cycles of charge/recharge processes.
About 250,000 cubic metres of ice are at risk of collapse, after accelerating to 50-60 cm a day.
Testing 12 different bamboo cup brands, Stiftung Warentest found that most released ‘very high’ amounts of melamine and formaldehyde after contact with a hot drink.
Ultimately, it plans to be climate-positive (reducing more emissions than it puts out) by 2030.
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Many people state that they would like to lower their carbon footprint but don’t know how to go about it.