emissions

COP27 outcomes: no more hope for the climate

The United Nations Climate Change Conference COP27 outcome results in an agreement to provide “loss and damage” funding for vulnerable countries hit hard by climate disasters. When, and how much, money will reach the affected countries remains unclear. No decisions were made to effectively limit climate change.
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LNG overshoot next big threat to the climate

All the LNG panic plans lead to yet another big threat to the climate: overshoot of the remaining carbon budget, thus leading to even higher temperatures.
a not sustainable ev

Why it is not sustainable for everyone to own a Tesla, Rivian or any other EV

Driving an EV is better for the climate. But that does not mean everyone can have their own. That would make climate problems even worse.
zero waste

Zero waste prevents 20% of global methane emissions

Introducing zero waste systems in cities around the world would be one of the quickest ways to reduce global heating, finds a new report. The waste sector accounts for 3.3% of global greenhouse gas emissions, and a fifth of global methane emissions.
fridays for future climate strike

Fridays for Future demand climate reparations for Global Climate Strike

Fridays for Future is going out on the streets across the world to demand climate finance and reparations for Loss and Damages. This is in time for the upcoming UN Climate Summit, COP 27 in Egypt.
lemu earth

How to use smart data to protect ecosystems

A data-based global platform builds a community that supports people and organizations who want to protect the natural world. Technology and nature coexist in an app to learn, connect, and have a verifiable impact on nature.
emissions

Climate gap widens as emissions continue to exceed pledges

A huge climate gap between aspirations and reality in emissions of greenhouse gases makes climate change head in the wrong direction.
deforestation

How this small country is big in deforestation

A new report by WWF assesses the quantity and provenance of the Netherlands’ import and use of eight deforestation and conversion risk commodities: soy, palm oil, maize, coconut, cocoa, coffee, beef & leather, and timber.