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Top carbon emitters fall short on climate risk disclosure

A study by Carbon Tracker and the Climate Accounting Project, top emitters of carbon are not disclosing the full risks associated with climate change,...

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Largest U.S. biofuels producer pledges carbon neutrality by 2050

According to POET, the largest biofuels producer in the United States, it is committed to achieve net-zero carbon emissions at its bioprocessing facil...

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Tropical Storm Nicholas drenched U.S. Gulf Coast with heavy rain

Tropical Storm Nicholas has moved slowly through the Gulf Coast drenching Texas and Louisiana with torrential rain, flooding streets and leaving hundr...

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Young people very worried about climate change

A new global survey has illustrated the depth of anxiety many young people are feeling about climate change.

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Shanghai suspends schools, flights as typhoon approaches China

Authorities in Shanghai and neighbouring coastal regions has cancelled flights, and suspended schools, subways and trains as Typhoon Chanthu approache...

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Record number of environmental activists murdered

According to a report by a campaign group, a record number of activists working to protect the environment and land rights were murdered last year. 

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UK still lagging on climate policy

According to a report, Britain is lagging way behind its schedule for cutting carbon emissions in the run-up to November's climate summit in Glasgow.

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Thousands flee blaze near Costa del Sol town

After wildfires broke out in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia, around 2,000 people have left their homes. 

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Spanish wildfire still active

A wildfire raging close to a popular Costa del Sol resort was still active as locals spoke of their anger about the blaze, which is believed to have b...

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Two people died after a windstorm hit Italy's Pantelleria island

According to authorities and local media, two people died and nine were injured after a windstorm hit Pantelleria sweeping up cars and whipping down c...