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  1. The analysis showed richer nations had depleted nearly a third of Earth's carbon budge since

    Emissions of richest 1% twice that of poorest 50%: Analysis

    The richest one percent of people are responsible for more than twice as much carbon pollution as the poorest half of the world's population -- ...
  2. Downed trees block a road after Hurricane Sally in Warrington

    World's top companies urge action on nature loss ahead of UN talks

    Some of the world's biggest companies on Monday (Sep 20) backed growing calls for governments to do more to reverse the accelerating destruction ...
  3. Cables and computers are seen inside a data centre at an office in the heart of the financial distr

    Commentary: When our insatiable appetite for data can harm the environment too

    Even though most of us rely on the Internet daily, so few of us think about the energy needed to store, supply and capture data, says an observer.
  4. Singapore Airlines file photo (1)

    Commentary: Flights to nowhere raise bigger questions about Singapore Airlines’ future

    Questions surrounding the environmental impact of aviation have cropped up with this latest saga, but this is a chance for SIA to adopt long-term ...
  5. Netflix on tv

    Commentary: All our Netflix binge-watching is costing the environment

    The energy associated with the global IT sector is estimated to have the same carbon footprint as the aviation industry’s fuel emissions, say ...
  6. singapore hot weather

    Commentary: Living in the tropics under climate change will be challenging

    Rising temperatures and urbanisation pose health risks to inhabitants of the tropics, says an observer.
  7. A fisherman in Chana district, Thailand

    IN FOCUS: Livelihoods, environment on the line as Thailand pushes for new industrial park

    The Thai government has thrown its weight behind a large industrial city project in a coastal area in southern Songkhla. But it is opposed by ...
  8. Burps to burgers: global food companies wrangle cattle emissions problem

    Burps to burgers: Food companies wrangle climate-warming cattle emissions

    Looking to improve milk production, California farmer John Verwey turned to a Swiss-made feed additive designed to make a cow more efficient while ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service handout shows the Yukon River in Alaska

    Mercury released by permafrost thaw puts Yukon River fish at risk: Study

    If carbon emissions continue at current rates, so much mercury will leach from thawing permafrost that fish in the Yukon River could become ...