French journalists arrested at Abbot Point – Echonetdaily
With the Southwest locked in a 19-year drought and climate change making the region increasingly drier, water managers and users along the Colorado River are facing a troubling question: Are we in a new, more arid era when there will never be enough water? Second in a series.
Close to three million Australians are living in a declared “climate emergency”, as more local councils take a stand and demand urgent action. (AAP Video)
We need to launch a massive effort in basic research to find new technology to deal with climate change.
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The climate activist answers questions from famous supporters and Observer readers, with an introduction by Ali Smith
NT government throws its backing behind world-leading 10GW solar proposal, and gives it “major project status”.
Fossil fuel production is on the rise as global energy demand continues to climb, and these countries are leading the race