Audit by conservation group finds six out of 10 fish stocks in UK waters are being overfished or are already in a 'critical state'
President Biden is committed to kick starting a new era of global climate action at a time when clean technologies have never been more competitive and public engagement with the environment is at all time high - myriad possibilities abound
Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, and Global Witness have all raised concerns about the creeping reliance on unproven carbon removal methods in companies' decarbonisation strategies, but some scientists maintain carbon capture is essential if net zero...
Methane update reveals that reduced demand for oil and gas during the pandemic's shutdown of industry and travel saw methane emissions drop 10 per cent in 2020
New survey reveals 60 per cent of voters agree UK should strive to be a global leader on climate action, as Labour sets out 'crunch test' for government's COP26 climate diplomacy efforts
Huge shortfall in financing for climate adaptation measures means global efforts to tackle the climate crisis are akin to 'going into battle blindfolded with one hand tied behind our backs', UN warns
Report argues ambitious Ocean Recovery Strategy could create 100,000 clean energy jobs, protect and restore carbon sinks, and allow fish stocks to recover
Researchers reveal NO2 emission reductions during first lockdown were lower than previously thought, amidst warnings ozone levels actually increased
Today has seen some of the starkest warnings yet on how the failure to grasp the severity of the impacts that climate change and biodiversity loss will have for human could trigger conflict, disease, and mass migration - how should businesses respond?...
Criticism of banks' financing of environmentally-destructive industries continues to grow, but a new report argues they could play a critical role in protecting forests and driving climate action
New High Ambition Coalition for Nature and People established in support of '30 by 30' goal, which comes ahead of crucial COP15 biodiversity summit this year
Boris Johnson: 'Tackling climate change must be part of overall agenda to protect the natural world'
The Prime Minister says nations most 'go further' to protect nature, in addition to fighting carbon emissions, in his address to world leaders at the UN-backed One Planet Summit hosted by the French government on Monday
The Jordans Farm Partnerships provides incentives to farmers to conserve some of their land for nature leading to the creation of more than 4,000 hectares of wildlife habitat in the last five years, according to a new study
While clean tech progress narratives dominate, less attention is being given to adaptation, resilience and finance for climate vulnerable countries, writes lawyer and activist Farhana Yamin
UK academic study outlines a series of positive 'tipping points' in key sectors that, if reached, would catalyse the global net zero transition
Decision to temporarily lift restrictions of neonicotinoid insecticide on sugar beet crops prompts outcry from public and conservation groups
BREAKING: Kwasi Kwarteng promoted to become Business Secretary, as Sharma to step up his focus on preparations for crucial Glasgow Summit
Insurance giant warns 'it is time to act' in order to curb growing costs of climate change
The real message from the parable of the boy who cried wolf is that there was a wolf
'Real risk to wellbeing': UK summer temperatures set to rise faster than global average, study finds
Research mapping 40 years of future global climate trends has concluded that temperatures in the UK are set to increase faster than other parts of the world
Starbucks, Walmart, McDonalds and Nescafe among more than 150 coffee retailers and producers to join collective pledge to invest in forestry protection and smallholder farm efficiency
From floating turbines to carbon capture x-rays: UK clean tech research labs gain multi-million pound funding boost
Government announces £213m funding pot to help upgrade UK science and research facilities up and down the country
More than 440,000 people have so far signed up to the 31-day challenge in the UK, making this year's the biggest yet, according to Veganuary
Most costly floods, windstorms, tropical cyclones and fires in 2020 killed thousands of people across the globe and displaced millions, charity finds