CLIMATE CHANGE NEWS
Climate change is here. We can no longer ignore the rising temperatures, rising seas and extreme weather events.
This year’s debate at COP28 will focus on climate justice and financing and the urgently needed transformation of the world’s energy and land use systems.
The world is “woefully” underprepared for the escalating impacts of the climate crisis hitting billions of people across the globe, a UN report has warned.
The state of Texas school board has banned seven books on climate change in schools for critiquing the fossil fuel industry.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres raises call to action on climate change noting that governments are simply not doing enough.
According to a new UN report, today’s carbon-cutting policies are so inadequate that 3°C of heating would be reached this century.
The poorest countries have contributed the least to the climate crisis, but are being hit the hardest while less money is being sent to them to help them adapt.
A key subject of discussion at COP28, being held in the UAE from 30 November 2023, will be agriculture and how its impact on climate change can be reduced.
Major environmental initiative, the Earthshot Prize, founded by Prince William, has invited plant-based experts to be Official Nominators for the 2024 awards.
Scientists have noted in changes in animal behaviour along with the brains and nervous systems of animals adjusting due to climate change.
A 32-chapter report by scientists indicates that at the rate that US temperatures are rising a climate disaster will occur every three weeks.
New data shows that most of the ‘news’ broadcast on GB News purposefully reports inaccurately on the climate crisis.
Embracing a plant-based diet may not only mitigate climate change, but also substantially reduce the risks of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.
Roast turkey is often on the dinner table at major holidays. But this reliance on turkey meat is costly – for ourselves, the birds, and the planet.
China is the world’s biggest importer of beef from Brazil and PMI Foods has been a major beneficiary of the beef trade between Brazil and China.
According to a report by the United Nations, the world’s response to climate change and impending disaster is falling far short of what is needed.
Despite COP26 promises to lower emissions, the UK continues to import products that drive deforestation and contribute to climate change.
Food labels – similar to those on cigarette packets – could help consumers make wiser choices about not just their health, but the health of the planet.
The beef industry is the biggest driver of Amazon deforestation and Brazil’s beef industry now has a bigger carbon footprint than Japan.
Canada has spent enormous amounts of time and money fighting devastating wildfires, now its time they deal with their fossil fuels.
While people and their beloved pets can take refuge in air conditioned rooms, wild animals can’t summon up soothing streams of cool air at the flick of a switch.
Disinformation and conspiracy theory is the order of the day as right-wingers and the media encourage distrust of climate science.
Marine reserves are currently not equipped to deal with the impact of the changing planet, but scientists might know a way to save them.
Animal agriculture is often blamed for climate change, biodiversity loss, competition for food resources, and water scarcity. But do you understand the link?
Ever wonder if there’s a link between environmental disaster and the the collapse of some historical civilisations? Here’s what happened.
Big Meat is guilty of suppressing research that could help us learn about the true extent of animal agriculture’s impact on the planet.
Is saving the Amazon as easy as replanting trees and vegetation where it has been destroyed? According to experts there are many complications.
Sustainable dairy company, Oatly, wants to see climate labelling on all food products in the UK.
In an era of increasing weather whiplash between floods and droughts, can we learn to embrace the rains?
Secrecy and lax oversight have made the US a hiding place for dirty climate crime money accrued by environmental criminals in the Amazon rainforest, a report says.
No need for horror movies or scary stories; the most haunting thing this Halloween is climate change.
Youth activists have often been locked out of the climate justice process where the law is concerned, but their input is vital.
Here are some climate pitfalls commonly showcased in your favourite cooking shows – and what you can do to avoid them and up your kitchen sustainability game.
More than a 1000 scientists have signed a letter to the EU detailing the need for meat eating, which is said to be a propaganda tactic.
You may think the biggest impacts lie far away – in terms of time or geography. But climate change is already changing the way many of us live or think.
Allan Savory tells us that increasing livestock can reduce desertification and reverse climate change, but where is the scientific evidence says George Monbiot.
The speed at which we are producing heat-trapping methane could spell the end of earth’s civilisation.
Climate change isn’t just bad for the planet’s health – it’s bad for our health too. Effects will vary by age, gender, geography, and socioeconomic status.
Love and Climate, a speed-dating event for environmentally minded singles, helps people “find love and save the planet”.
Ex-officials at the UN food body claim that the organisation hid animal agriculture’s impact on climate change despite overwhelming evidence,
Climate change will make Europe’s beer cost more – and taste worse. Hop yields and quality will continue to drop if farmers don’t adapt to higher temperatures.
Scientists have been talking about the impact of agriculture on climate change for years and finally it will be discussed at COP28.
Shedding light on the impact of agriculture on the climate crisis has led to some former United Nations officials being harassed and beaten down.
Denmark has published an action plan detailing its goal to transition towards a plant-based food system, in what is a first by a national government.
The Negro River, the Amazon’s second largest tributary, is at it’s lowest level confirming that the worlds largest rainforest is suffering its worst drought.
To mark its eighth and final debate of the final term of its historic 200th anniversary year, Oxford Union will debate veganism.
New research has found that groundwater polluted mostly from the use of pesticides is causing substantial harm to the Great Barrier Reef.
As it becomes clear that our political system is incapable of responding to the climate emergency, we are going to witness an escalation of climate activism.
The use of gas in your home is bad for the planet and incredibly hazardous to your health, but we’ve been convinced otherwise.
Researchers at the Stockholm Environment Institute have presented a study with guiding principles for a sustainable and healthy food system that’s fair for all.
Some political leaders and law enforcement agencies around the world are launching a fierce crackdown on climate activism which will result in a dead planet.
While world leaders fail to act on the climate crisis, the latest data shows that there is no guarantee that greenhouse gases will stop rising by 2025.
The world’s response to the climate change warnings five years ago have been inadequate, and ambitions remain too low to meet even the 2.0-degree target.
As climate disasters tear through parts of the world, and heatwaves become more frequent, climate protest action has become more frequent.
The monetary cost of climate change damages from 2000 to 2019 average around $143 billion, which breaks down to around $16.3 million per hour.
The deadly heat in central South America over the past two months was made 100 times more likely by human emissions that disrupted the climate, say scientists.
Six young people from Portugal have taken 32 European governments to court, arguing that no action on climate change has violated their human rights.
The European Court of Human Rights has begun hearing a case brought by Portuguese youths against 32 nations for not doing enough to stop global warming.
People who are forced to flee their countries because of climate conditions are not recognised as refugees making it harder for them to find safety.
Marchers in New York City might have caught the attention of those in power. Now its time to challenge the driver of climate change; capitalism.
The Burning Man festival is starting to experience the reality of climate change, forcing organisers to rethink their contribution.
From devastating wildfires to winter storms, 2023 has set the record for having the most climate disasters in US history.
Premiered on PBS, the documentary titled “Evolution Earth” shows us the world of climate change through the eyes of animals.
Despite her extensive support for the climate movement Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez still refuses to call out animal agriculture.
World leaders are gathering in Delhi for the G20 Summit and PETA wants to make sure that the impact of animal agriculture is on the agenda.
More and more German consumers are favouring plant-based foods as they become aware that the way they eat has an impact on the environment and their health.
Renowned celebrities and vegan organization GenV are advocating for the inclusion of an “Advance a Plant-Based Food System” category in the Earthshot Prize.
According to a recent report, climate anger, rather than hope, has been found to be the most influential in spurring climate action.
The Irish meat industry has leveraged its weight against the Irish Environmental Protection Agency after the EPA called on people to eat less meat.
The meat industry has been pushing the lie that some beef could be could for the environment. Here is the truth.
Scientific observations and data show that many of the climate change predictions that scientists thought would occur later this century are already here.
Fridays For Future activists in New York City are building a climate action movement that could rival those that came before.
The world is losing the race to meet its climate change goals says Sultan Al Jaber, the president of the upcoming COP28 summit.
A new study has revealed that there is a high probability that over the next century global warming will be responsible for the deaths of approximately one billion people.
According to a new survey, over 70% of American consumers think meat and dairy consumption will not impact the planet.
Wildfires could increase by over 30 percent in the next 30 years, which is a frightening prospect for us and the many animals with whom we share this planet.
As temperatures rise and climate change begins impacting our health and food supply the human impact becomes imminent.
A University of Wyoming study has found a direct link between green house gas emissions and rapid climate related deaths of polar bears.
These maps show the true extent of the climate change crisis as world temperatures continue to rise.
Climate change has extended seasonal wildfire periods and a leading cause of climate change is animal agriculture.
Climate change is increasingly adding to the stress and anxiety young people feel about the future for the world and themselves.
As climate change worsens wildfires have become increasingly common. The impact on wildlife is often overlooked.
The likelihood of wildfires and the conditions that made them possible in Canada was exacerbated by the climate crisis, according to a report.
Ash and debris from the Maui wildfires, which claimed 111 human lives, could be washed into the ocean where it will damage ecosystems.
Fourteen youth activists from are taking the Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation to court over climate inaction and rising emissions.
Increased marine warming due to human-caused climate change is impacting Canada’s oceans and ocean life.
The United Nations has issued a warning regarding the impact that water scarcity could have on food supplies.
The solution to our environmental crisis is not more farms, says environmentalist and author George Monbiot.
Climate populism means that the wealthy are now feigning solidarity with the working class to attack environmentalism.
A year after Pakistan’s worst floods in living memory, a report by Islamic Relief Worldwide has revealed the devastating long-term impacts.
An Indigenous chief from Brazil’s Amazon, is urging the region’s head of state to step up their efforts to preserve the rainforest to avoid a disaster.
We should all be concerned about the climate crisis, but living in a state of climate anxiety can harm your wellbeing. Here is how you can manage it.
False claims suggesting that the BBC has been misreporting temperatures in southern Europe have been spreading on social media.
In a stance to protect the world’s largest rainforest, Brazilian President, Lula da Silva, has called for international assistance in safeguarding the Amazon.
Instead of addressing the current climate crisis, those in power have turned climate change into a political sport.
A leading NASA expert Gavin Schmidt of Goddard Institute for Space Studies issues warning as earth’s temperature continues to rise.
As global temperatures continue to rise into record-breaking heights, climate scientists voice concerns that we are reaching a point of no return.
A last-minute donation from a British farmer enabled the meeting of hundreds of Brazil’s Indigenous people to go ahead in the Amazon rainforest last week.
Workplace laws should protect workers from the impact of rising temperatures due to climate change, but big-business keeps shooting it down.
According to the World Meteorological Organization and Copernicus July 2023 will be the hottest month recorded in human history.
Eating a vegan diet can have a massive positive impact on the health of the planet according to this study by Oxford University.
Climate activist, Greta Thunberg, has been fined by a Swedish court after she was found guilty of disobeying a police order to leave a climate protest.
We are living through the most precarious time in human history, and some people simply refuse to believe the evidence that the climate crisis is a reality.
University of Copenhagen’s Niels Bohr Institute researchers predict a major Atlantic current could collapse by the middle of the century due to climate change.
The IPCC has warned that the next few years represent a crucial crossroads as the choices we make could make or break our efforts to avert a catastrophe.
Activists around the world held a day of action on Saturday as the “Climate Clock” for the first time ticked below six years.
The data doesn’t lie; going vegan can reduce carbon emissions by 70% making it the most effective way to fight climate catastrophe.
While climate denialists force their anti-earth agenda onto the political landscapes temperatures continue to rise.
A three-day United Nations summit aims to tackle a “broken” global food system where millions are starving, billions are overweight and the planet is suffering.
Things got heated at the Open Championship golf tournament as climate change protestors lock horns with the wealthy.
According to a recent Oxford University study, a vegan diet can help reduce carbon emissions, habitat loss and water usage.
An aquarium full of fish could generate as much CO2 as running a motorbike. But that’s nothing compared to the impact of our furry friends on the environment.
Scientists say “turbo-charged” climate change is driving the prolonged period of record temperatures currently baking much of the planet.
As climate change worsens our food systems are in the line of danger. The truth is, we can’t feed a global population on a dying planet.
The impact of climate change is being felt all around the world and researchers say that our access to food might be the next victim.
Deforestation in The Amazon dropped 33.6 percent during the first six months of Lula’s term, according to government satellite data released last week.
Animal agriculture is the main cause of climate crisis and is perpetuated by the demand for animal products. So why won’t the news show this?
It would seem that environmentalism is on the decline amid Americans. Why is this and can it be changed?
Meet the teenager who is fed up of inaction on environmental disaster and climate change, so she is suing the state of Montana.
Wildlife are under attack from human made environmental disaster. There is no exception for those in nature reserves.
As temperatures in many parts of the world continue to rise due to climate change, the impact on earth and on humans is being felt.
A climate storm is brewing; El Niño is set to devastate the earth and ensure drought and soaring temperatures.
New research seeks out ways for restaurants to pivot consumer eating habits towards foods that are good for the planet.
Rising temperatures in some parts of the world due to climate change is placing the oceans in a red zone.
Many of the world’s top holiday destinations face an uncertain future under the looming threat of climate change, including Venice, the Maldives and Australia.
Pledges to end deforestation made at COP26 by world leaders is well off track, with some 11 football pitches of forest being lost every minute in 2022.
Research published in Nature Sustainability urges action as as ecosystems could collapse sooner than is predicted.
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg speaks out in the support of Les Soulèvements de la Terre after it was banned in France.
A report shows that Denmark’s banks lack the objectives, knowledge, and ambition to invest in sustainable foods while continuing to support animal agriculture.
Animal agriculture and climate change news coverage is too low with reporting on animal agriculture in relation to climate change missing the mark.
Europe is the world’s fastest-warming continent – some 2.3 degrees Celsius hotter last year than in pre-industrial times.
It is possible for us to find a way out of the climate crisis, but it will require us to change the way we see and consume food.
Climate activists in England say ministers broke the law by not proposing plans to cut down on consumption of meat and dairy by consumers.
The deforestation of the Amazon Rainforest due to cattle farming for meat products is something President Lula wants to see the end of.
The IPCC must ensure the protection of the UN Climate Process by putting an end to Big Meat’s meddling.
Clever Oatly billboard campaign targets the dairy industry for hiding their climate footprint data from consumers.
More Money, More Meat is the first report to reveal how much each country is over-consuming animal-sourced foods, along with how much they need to reduce this.
Climate change and global pandemics which threaten human life both find their cause in animal agriculture.
Brazil’s president has announced that the United Nations has chosen his country to host the 2025 U.N. climate conference, known as COP30.
A study of the Accelerated Christian Education curriculum being taught to many Christian children is encouraging climate change denialism.
This extract from George Monbiot’s book, Regenesis: Feeding the World Without Devouring the Planet, could change your view on the meat industry.
Despite warnings, US diplomat, John Kerry is optimistic that dealing with climate change to avoid catastrophe is within our ability as humankind.
In a new study simulating Earth’s future out to 2100, roughly 40 percent of the Earth’s global land area is projected to be in a different climate zone than today.
Understanding the impact of climate change on the lives of people impacted by it means understanding the key issues that come with ‘loss and damage’.
The world has outgrown the need for unsustainable, planet-killing fossil fuels. At the Berlin climate conference a date has been set for its demise.
Google and YouTube are guilty of profiting of climate misinformation. These scientists have had enough.
The US beef industry is training thousands of influencers and citizen activists to spread a misleading message about beef sustainability.
Cargill is being called to account for their exploitation of the environment in a lawsuit over mass deforestation and human rights abuses.
University cafeterias are spaces where students can reflect their discontent about climate change causing foods and demand plant-based options.
The US meat industry is known for bending the truth to hide the extent of their contribution to climate catastrophe. Here are some of their worst lies.
Fears around climate change have been impacting the mental health of teenagers in Australia, with 38% of respondents experiencing high psychological distress.
Climate change can have a big impact on mood, but following these inspiring accounts can help us feel hopeful about the future.
Six key takeaways from the UN “Climate time-bomb” report that will help you see the urgency of the climate crisis.
Research is being done on the way humans view and speak about the natural world and animals and how this shapes our impact on the environment.
While the USA government splashes money around like an arsonist with a petrol can, it has done almost nothing to reduce energy demand.
Climate change will undoubtedly bring with it waves of infectious diseases that could pose a real threat to humanity.
Climate change is the biggest threat to human civilisation and the natural world, the only way we can stop it is to change our food choices.
In the Horn of Africa, the impact of climate change induced drought is driving millions of people to starvation.
While banks continue to fund climate change and politicians turn a blind eye, climate criminals put the whole world at risk.
Researchers have estimated that the emissions from unsustainable food sources, such as animal agriculture, could be put us on a path towards destruction.
If the world matched the reaction to coronavirus when dealing with climate change we could save humanity.
Climate change is causing us to be more anxious than ever. What does this mean and how can we combat climate anxiety?
14 Hawaiʻi youths have won a lawsuit against the Department of Transport for not doing enough to curb emissions that are contributing to climate change.
The reality is that the climate crisis is the biggest health crisis of our time, bigger even than Covid-19.
There are some ambitious new food and farming pioneers in New Zealand who are attracting global attention.
World leaders should take the latest IPCC report as a warning as to what the consequences will be for delaying action on the climate crisis.
A list of eight things that humanity must do in order to protect ourselves and the earth from the devastation of climate change.
Experts have released a report warning the world that we could fall short by 40% of fresh water demand by the year 2023 if we dont act now.
The future of the world and of humanity rests on how well our leaders deal with the challenge of climate crisis before 2030.
We are nearing the point of no return regarding climate change. So why are world leaders still dragging their feet?
Kit Harrington says that the anthology drama, Extrapolations, has “thriller elements” and is “thought-provoking”.
Pope Francis has been a champion for animal rights and against climate crisis, but he has failed to oppose the animal agriculture industry.
These five countries are moving towards a greener future by introducing measures to ensure more plant-based sustainable eating.
The IPCC says the solution lies in resilient development – finding ways to adapt to climate change or reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Dr. Vasile Stănescu wanted to encourage more progressive conversations about animal agriculture and climate change. Now his research is doing just that.
The United Nations chief has said that cold hard facts and findings by experts are needed to push governments into making policies that curb climate change.
AI technology can use news coverage of historical food crisis to predict when they will occur, making a response more efficient.
The animal agriculture industry is contributing to GHG emissions and destroying our land and water resources – and ultimately our planet.
Climate change is causing extreme weather including floods, drought and wildfires; how does this occur?
Greenhouse gas emissions from the way we produce and consume food could add nearly 1 degree of warming to the Earth’s climate by 2100, according to a new study.
As temperatures rise and habitats become threatened by environmental damage clashes between humans and wildlife have been on the increase.
Environmental changes due to climate change is causing a rise in conflicts that lead to injury or death for humans and wildlife, new research shows.
Climate activists and environmental defenders have been subject to persecution for speaking out, it is time we stop silencing them and instead listen.
The meat industry has been working hard to hide the ways in which they destroy our way of life, health and natural environment.
In order for us to utilise positive tipping points to our best advantage we must also take active steps toward lowering carbon emissions.
The Netherlands is having to make big changes to its agriculture industry. Is it possible for major meat producing countries like the US to follow?
Cattle-ranching, not cocaine, has driven the destruction of the Colombian Amazon over the last four decades, a new study has found.
A teenager from Arizona died after being exposed to weather above 40 degrees celsius. Climate change will cut short many lives, especially in poor communities.
If we spend all of our time and resources being reactive to the impact of climate change, we will never solve it and we will be doomed.
Most people who buy tuna fish have no conception of the environmental and ethical impact of the industry.
Scientists analysed the effects of animal feed on greenhouse gas emissions and found feeding chickens and salmon is costing our planet in a big way.
Increasing temperatures and more frequent heatwaves due to climate change is impacting animals more than we know.
Big companies linked to deforestation scandals have promised to put an end to their environmental destruction but have yet to come up with a plan.
Find out more about the six deadly climate deceptions, along with four dietary deceptions that get drilled into our heads from childhood.
An emerging genre, ‘eco thrillers’, has been dominating the viewing time of TV lovers as human civilisation awaits the horror of the climate crisis.
A new report from the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy shows that methane emissions from animal agriculture are the biggest contributor to climate crisis.
A GFI report shows that plant-based meat puts less strain on the earth and natural resources and is significantly more sustainable than real meat.
If agriculture continues to be impacted by climate change with no intervention from us, humans will soon go extinct.
Agriculture and food production in the time of a climate crisis can be a complicated and urgent matter, which New Zealand has already begun to tackle.
Local climate activists in Congo are hoping Pope Francis’ visit will help spur action to protect the country’s rainforest from oil and gas interests.
In Unearthed, Yahoo Life discusses some of the most pressing issues facing our planet — and reveals what you can do to help make a real difference.
As consumers begin to make the connection between what they eat and the health of the planet, new ways of seeing food has emerged.
Climate change is set to affect yield quantity and quality, increased temperature-related deaths in livestock, as well as the spread of zoonotic diseases.
Saving the planet from climate change will require active political measures to encourage plant-based eating.
The meat and dairy industry are hellbent on keeping their environmental pollution a secret and they’re using the law to do it.
The most impactful ways to address the climate crisis are related to our own personal food choices, from how much food we waste to how much meat we consume.
Scientists are experimenting with growing food in space and some experts believe this could give rise to more sustainable methods of producing food at home.
The Amazon Rainforest is sometimes called the lung of the planet, now it is struggling to stay alive under immense man-made abuse.
Is it possible that the fate of humanity and of the planet relies on our ability to switch over to sustainable fake meat? George Monbiot believes so.
A prediction made by artificial intelligence is helping researchers get a better picture of what the future holds, and it looks bleak.
Taiwan’s new Climate Bill could ensure that the Council of Agriculture promotes a sustainable, plant-based diet.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will study whether to toughen regulation of livestock farms that release manure and other pollutants into waterways.
As the world comes to terms with the severity of the climate crisis, these companies are looking in the direction of sustainability for our planet.
The fossil fuel industry would like us to believe that we cannot live without the oil and gas which is leading us towards human extinction.
The animal agriculture industry may be facing changes soon as public sentiment and the law begin to demand better animal rights.
European Union agrees on a landmark law preventing companies from selling certain commodities in the EU if they’re grown where forests were recently cleared.
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has said that plant-based alternatives to meat could help in the fight against environmental destruction.
The year has only just started but already Europe has broken an alarming number of weather records as extreme heat spread across the continent.
Even if it is junk food, there are many benefits to swapping out meat for a plant-based diet, including environmental benefits.
Nations attending COP15 have agreed to protect a third of the planet for nature by 2030 in a landmark deal aimed at safeguarding biodiversity.
In the past 12 months I have learned that the mass extermination of the Amazon is a climate catastrophe – and much more.
With only two instances of the word ‘ocean’ in the latest 5,000-word working agreement, delegates fear marine biodiversity is being sacrificed at COP15.
At COP15, only two countries in the world did not join the UN Convention on Biological Diversity: the Vatican and the US.
Climate change is warming the earth and there can be no denying it. Utqiagvik reached a high of 40 degrees on Monday. The highest its ever been.
More and more nations and international security organisations are recognising the security risks that come with climate change.
A big win at this years COP27 was the promise to set up a “loss and damage” fund. This could change how climate change is seen globally.
Agroecology is recognised by UN organisations as a way of cutting greenhouse gas emissions and reversing biodiversity loss, while supporting indigenous rights.
So called “Nature-positive” solutions to biodiversity loss bring about no real change in reality and protect the interests of those destroying the planet.
The column comes as attendees and experts warn COP15 represents “the make-or-break moment” for the variety of life on Earth, given the rate at which species are disappearing.
On paper, forest carbon offsets appear to balance out a company’s carbon emissions. However, forest offsets might not actually be doing much for the climate.
The UN biodiversity conference, COP15, taking place in Canada during December could be used to bring about real change if these three tasks are completed.
A brief guide to the intergovernmental negotiations taking place this month in Montreal, Canada, that have a crucial role to play in halting biodiversity loss and restoring nature.
As attention turns toward agriculture in the fight against climate change, cellular agriculture has emerged as an invaluable solution.
There is no way to produce dairy that is good for the planet. Here is a breakdown of why sustainable dairy claims are short-sighted.
Precision fermentation is developing rapidly and could potentially replace the meat and dairy industry creating a more sustainable future.
Sea life and important ocean ecosystems are under threat and the cause of the problem is discarded fishing gear.
Despite mounting accusations against the world’s biggest polluters, COP27 saw a renewed commitment to change from G20 countries
Activists want to see dramatic change around the animal agriculture industry but COP27 and world leaders are lagging behind.
Activists have been campaigning for governments to meet the 1.5 degrees C global temperature threshold, but now it seems unlikely to happen.
We are running out of time to save ourselves and the planet from being destroyed by climate change.
Wealthy countries have agreed to the implementation of a ‘loss and damage’ fund for those most badly impacted by climate catastrophe.
With governments slow to act on the rising climate risk, young activists are growing in number and finding creative ways to make their voices heard.
Amongst the many impacts of climate change, one that is often not talked about are the ways in which it harms human health.
The global silence on the impact of animal agriculture on the planet is astounding. Has the industry become untouchable?
Countries have made far too little progress in ending food waste which is a major cause of climate catastrophe.
The goal of reaching 1.5 C continues to be the centre of talks on climate change despite its improbability.
In order to avoid a climate change apocalypse we must radically transform our food system, including reducing food waste and ending animal agriculture.
COP27 has been a breakthrough moment for food systems with organizers finally recognising food and agriculture as both a climate culprit and solution.
“Brazil is back”, president-elect Luiz Inácio, Lula da Silva, has told rapturous crowds at the UN climate summit COP27 in Egypt.
Livestock farming is on course to guzzle half the world’s carbon budget, so why are governments so afraid to discuss it?
Greta Thunberg may have skipped COP27, calling it a forum for “greenwashing”, but activists from countries at high risk from climate change say they are making an impact.
Since the first COP in 1995, the role of food and agriculture systems has been largely ignored. But COP27 had 4 pavilions dedicated to food systems solutions.
The Conference to the Parties to the United Nations Framework on Climate Change happens annually. Here’s what you need to know about the history and processes at COP events.
Oatly Head of Sustainability says that sustainable food industry must play a significant role in dealing with climate change.
Uswitch.com has used AI technology to imagine a the world in 2100 ravaged by environmental collapse. The results are startling.
Intensive agriculture, also known as factory farming, has dominated the food production system for over half a century, but our global food system is in crisis.
Plant Based Foods Working Group are calling on world leaders at COP27 to set clear, measurable targets for food system transition to combat the climate crisis.
For years meat and dairy producers have been trying to convince the public that their methods and are environmentally good.
Humans are headed towards extinction if climate change, a man-made disaster, remains ignored.
Far too little progress has been made in reducing the amount of destruction taking place in the Amazon rainforest.
COP27 is the meeting of countries that have signed the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, who will address issues of nature, food, water, industry decarbonization, and climate adaptation.
World leaders and delegates at COP27 will be able to dine on beef medallions and salmon, while facing calls to cut down on meat consumption to save the planet.
For the first time ever, COP27 will include areas dedicated to food system change who will shine a spotlight on links between meat and climate change.
More than 25 countries at the COP27 climate talks launched a group they said would ensure they hold each other accountable for a pledge to end deforestation by 2030.
According to a UN report, the climate crisis is worsening and yet nations continue to behave as though it isn’t happening.
For a business to be sustainable, it needs to operate without negatively impacting the external environment, community, or society.
Soft drink giant Coca-Cola is responsible for the production of large amounts of single use plastic which pollute the environment.
António Guterres told leaders at COP27 that ‘the global climate fight will be won or lost in this crucial decade – on our watch’.
Singer and long time vegan, Sir Paul McCartney encourages fans to eat less meat to avoid eating “our way to extinction.”
There is a need for urgent shift to a greener economy if we are to see any real progress for the planet.
Climate catastrophe is a much bigger and scarier human-caused disaster than most people realise. To end it we must halt climate change.
Greta Thunberg took the world by storm as a teenager concerned about climate change and now she is one of the most important voices on the matter.
Gabon’s Environmental Minister, Lee White criticises inaction on climate change from wealthy countries ahead of COP27.
The rainforest is under attack by the meat industry and has been aided by a right wing Brazilian government. Will Lula da Silva’s presidency mean change?
Spanish food safety and nutrition body ASEAN has released food guidelines which recommends people consume zero to three portions of meat a week.
World leaders are failing to do what it takes to deal with climate change. Activists warn that time is running out.
Climate change activist, Greta Thunberg, has criticised the annual conference for its leaders inaction on environmental crisis and for greenwashing.
Presidential candidate Lula da Silva could be Brazil’s last hope to save the environment.
World leaders have gained a reputation for being unreliable and unscientific in their approach to climate change. We can no longer count on them.
A report by the Global Alliance for the Future of Food (GAFF) shows that a bigger focus will need to be made on agriculture and food emissions at COP27.
According to a recent poll by Axios-Ipsos, climate change ranks high on the list of priorities for Latino voters ahead of the midterm elections.
In a massive win for the planet, the Los Angeles City Council has signed the Plant Based Treaty agreeing to halt the expansion of animal agriculture.
Why are climate activists entering art museums and throwing food, including soup and mashed potatoes, on priceless paintings?
The climate-smart funding policy is supposed to help reduce the United States’ climate emissions but experts are sceptical.
The meat and dairy industry are responsible for massive pollution, land wastage and water consumption. Going vegan can put an end to it.
Climate catastrophe is endangering wildlife, the report reveals. Due to biodiversity loss mass species extinction is inching nearer.
Loss and damage is expected to take centre stage at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference, or COP27, in Egypt next month.
Even with all the scientific evidence out there many people are still fall victim to these common climate change myths.
The growing demand for meat products is leading to food insecurity as the meat industry continues to destroy the environment.
The competition, Advancing Net Zero, will encourage people in various fields to come up with innovative solutions to reduce carbon-emissions in Hong Kong.
Farming cattle for human consumption is one of the most unsustainable practices, yet the meat industry keeps denying its role in the climate crisis.
The University has claimed that it is doing away with meat in order to make meals more sustainable, but continues to offer a meat-heavy menu.
Winter nutrient pollution is a relatively recent impact of climate change and has the potential to cause significant problems for people and the environment.
Drought caused by climate change in parts of Canada lead to apocalyptic scenes as thousands of dead salmon litter river banks.
The study considered the environmental impact of nearly 60 000 types of foods and found that plant-based ranked highest.
Climate change ranks high on King Charles’ list of priorities. Sources say that he plans to make an appearance at the annual climate conference.
For the first time ever the annual climate conference will make some headway in recognising animal agriculture as a major culprit of climate change.
You don’t just watch Broken Spectre – you also feel it. This immersive art exhibition shows environmental degradation in a way that truly displays its horror
The animal agriculture industry has a lot to lose as climate change worsens. Alternatives could help to fill the gap.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg opens up about how the media portrays her and what needs to be done to ensure the survival of our species.
Climate activist Peter Kalmus breaks down the ways in which climate apathy is a hinderance to change even in the era of natural disaster.