WWF: Arctic oil spill could spread 1,000 km

Oil from a spill or oil well blowout in Canada’s Beaufort Sea could spread more than 1,000 kilometres across the region’s pristine environment, a new study from WWF has shown.

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New online platform tackles Indonesia’s forest fires

A new online platform aims to help the Indonesian government respond to the threat of wildfires and prevent the situation from escalating further

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Greenpeace piles the pressure on Amazon over its dirty data centres

A new war of the words has broken out between Amazon and Greenpeace, as the tech company announces the release of its new Amazon Fire Phone.

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Behind the Brands campaign makes waves as General Mills pledges climate action

A major success for Oxfam as food and beverage company General Mills is to implement industry-leading measures to cut emissions from its supply chains.

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Ignoring environmental impacts, Australia approves massive Carmichael coal mine

Federal Minister for the Environment Greg Hunt today approved the AU$16.5 billion Carmichael coal mine in Queensland’s Galilee basin.

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UK government fires starting gun on ‘reckless race for shale’

Large swathes of the UK are to be opened up to fracking in what has been described as a ‘reckless race for shale’.

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Facing climate impacts, Dar es Salaam aims to adapt

A new plan for Tanzania’s largest city aims to transform the metropolis into a megacity prepared to cope with the impacts of climate change.

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Ugandan youth share wisdom beyond years at climate change conference

School-aged Ugandan delegates are embracing their role as young leaders, sharing reflections on the ongoing impacts of climate change at the International Children's Climate Change Conference.

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Climate action showcased on New York’s Times Square

This week, New York’s busiest tourist spot will be a showcase for climate action, as youth climate documentaries are broadcast across the Times Square’s iconic Broadway displays.

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‘Unprecedented’ Canadian blazes are burning forests and making climate change worse

Large fires across Canada's Northwest Territories are releasing stored carbon into the atmosphere.

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