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Good COP, bad COP? Takeaways from the new UN climate deal
World

Good COP, bad COP? Takeaways from the new UN climate deal

Going into the Glasgow talks, most countries, including the United States, China and the 27 members of the European Union, declared new, more ambitious targets for reducing emissions.

COP26 leaves too many loopholes for the fossil fuel industry, here are five of them
News & Analysis

COP26 leaves too many loopholes for the fossil fuel industry, here are five of them

As recent research suggests, 89 percent of coal and 59 percent of gas reserves need to stay in the ground if there’s to be even a 50 percent chance of global temperature rise staying under the crucial limit of 1.5℃ this century

Bruising 2020 for Big Oil: Fossil fuel industry left to confront its diminished future, cope
World

Bruising 2020 for Big Oil: Fossil fuel industry left to confront its diminished future, cope

Oil majors are considering expanding to offshore wind farms and hydrogen fuel, to prepare for a world that uses less oil and gas.

Climate Change: The Facts, Sony BBC Earth's documentary, is another timely reminder of us taking the world for granted
Entertainment

Climate Change: The Facts, Sony BBC Earth's documentary, is another timely reminder of us taking the world for granted

Sony BBC Earth’s Climate Change: The Facts is a bold, straightforward narrative of the science, causes, effects of, and desired response to climate change.

Amazon employees protest new policy that risks their jobs for speaking out on climate change
science

Amazon employees protest new policy that risks their jobs for speaking out on climate change

Amazon uses fossil fuel-powered planes, trucks and vans to ship packages worldwide, adding up to an enormous footprint.

Going childless won’t fix climate change — it lets politicians, fossil fuel industry off the hook
science

Going childless won’t fix climate change — it lets politicians, fossil fuel industry off the hook

Climate change is a structural problem involving politics and economics, not personal choices.