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  1. The five biggest publicly listed oil and gas majors made profits of $55 billion in 2018

    Energy giants spent US$1b on climate lobbying, PR since Paris: Watchdog

    The five largest publicly listed oil and gas majors have spent US$1 billion since the 2015 Paris climate deal on public relations or lobbying that ...
  2. No planet B

    'No Planet B': Hundreds of thousands join world youth climate demo

    Tens of thousands of young people skipped school across the globe on Friday (Mar 15) to march through the streets for an international day of ...
  3. The world currently produces more than 300 million tonnes of plastics annually, and there are at

    Nations set to agree 'significant' plastic cuts

    Nations on Friday were expected to commit to "significantly reduce" single-use plastics over the next decade, in a series of voluntary pledges ...
  4. Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg joins students for school strike in Hamburg

    16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg could become youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize recipient

    The Youth Strike 4 Climate movement will involve hundreds of thousands of young people today (Mar 15).
  5. Bushfires are common in Australia's arid southeast but spread far into the tropical northeast

    Commentary: Guess how many countries are meeting their climate change commitments

    Feel-good promises are easy politics, but they don’t actually help the planet
  6. Levi Draheim

    The Atlantic Ocean is rising and 11-year-old Levi is worried

  7. New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern arrives at Downing Street in London

    New Zealand PM Ardern backs students striking for climate action

    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave her support on Wednesday to a youth movement urging government action to tackle climate change ...
  8. Power outage during Hurricane Florence in Florence

    Commentary: How to tackle the next big blackout before it happens

    The energy industry is not immune from climate change’s many threats, and society must both mitigate and adapt, researchers say.