Latest climate crisis News

Bolsonaro is catastrophe for environment
Rainbows, happy cows and climate killing fossil fuels
“It’s like looking through a window” – giant portal to Antarctic appears in London
Greens push to cut arms exports and establish civilian Maritime Service
Why is Greenpeace talking about taxing super rich?
UNHCR seeks US$59.6 million for 100,000 displaced by violence in Cameroon’s Far North region
Tonga volcanic eruption: what possible impact on agriculture and fisheries?
Satirical obituary for Great Barrier Reef undermines climate action
Climate crisis in focus as Giorgio Parisi joins FAO’s Nobel Laureates Alliance
Look up, look in
Decade of Sahel conflict leaves 2.5 million people displaced
Australia’s hottest temperature this century ‘sounding alarm’ for action on emissions reduction
World Economic Forum declares climate crisis biggest global threat
Labor’s disaster prevention pledge distraction from real action on fossil fuels
Jordon Steele-John’s December update
World is ditching plastics with reuse and refill laws and practices
Weak climate goals make new Reef 2050 Plan blueprint for rapid Reef decline
UK-AUS Free Trade agreement must advance human rights
Clashes in Cameroon’s Far North displace more than 100,000 people
Greens call for inquiry into West Gate Tunnel project
TotalEnergies and ExxonMobil to do seismic testing in whale grounds, Greenpeace report shows
FAO and Wageningen University and Research step up joint efforts to advance innovative and strategic approaches for healthy agrifood
Shell in South Africa: fossil fuels at full blast
Nothing else’ – activists scale vast deep sea mining vessel as governments meet to discuss fate of seafloor
Deadly clashes over scarce resources in Cameroon force 30,000 to flee to Chad
Greens welcome Government plan for law change to better protect nature
New climate writing competition launched in wake of COP26 conference
Phase out PKE as part of climate plan
WHO accelerates work on nutrition targets with new commitments
Greenpeace launches Climate Solutions to help Aussies drive climate action
Labor given up on climate: Greens
VfCA welcomes ALP’s climate targets while calling for policies that respect science and protect Australia’s animals
Federal Labor misses mark with weak climate policy
Young people welcome Labor’s plan to reduce emissions, but call on both major parties to lift their ambition
FAO requires $1.5 billion to save lives and livelihoods of up to 50 million people in 2022
Climate change risk multiplier for impacts on human rights – UN expert: Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Greens urge government to act on VicForests in Parliament
Listening to communities to protect and develop dryland ovals around Canberra
Carbon emissions creep down in Australia as global warming accelerates
Emissions drop shows coal being squeezed out of energy system
Art and exhibits illustrate hope for climate resilience
FAO in 2022: Time for extraordinary efforts to continue walking talk
AWC feels buzz and urgency for climate change at COP26
Read signs on COP26
Escalating suppression of climate defenders exposed in new investigation
Australia’s natural, cultural heritage must be restored to reduce emissions: report
Annual grants helping Yarra community take climate action
Scientists find evidence of warming planet high in Earth’s atmosphere