‘Less vehicle emissions have saved thousands of lives’

A new Harvard study has revealed that reductions in vehicle emissions during the last decade have not only saved lives but also $270bn

Half of Brits unaware of ‘biodiversity’

A study has shown the public don’t know what the term means with most considering it to be the government’s responsibility

UN: ‘Climate change causing thousands to flee their homes’

Violence driven by warming temperatures is breaking out in Cameroon – leading to more than 30,000 being displaced or attacked

Just 2% of global companies environmental A-listers

CDP has released its rankings for companies judged on their climate action and environmental impacts

UN Chief: ‘Climate change drives terrorism’

In a debate with the Security Council, António Guterres warned that climate issues in developing countries are fuelling terrorism

COP26 saw an 82% increase in climate active businesses

The UNFCCC has revealed that registrations for the GCAP jumped by 22% last year, with more than 7,300 businesses getting involved

Government launches review into network performance from Storm Arwen

The review will explore how energy network operators performed during the adverse weather conditions and look to improve UK infrastructure

Southern Ocean’s critical role in battling climate change

NASA has found that 40% of human-produced carbon dioxide in the ocean has been absorbed by the carbon sink – proving a crucial weapon against global warming

Government looks to cut deforestation in UK supply chains

A consultation is being held on introducing new laws to stop large businesses using products made from cutting down forestry

More than 250,000 trees to be planted across UK

Defra has announced £12m will be provided to planting trees in areas that have been hit by degradation and pollution