By wasting less food and eating less meat and dairy, consumers can help to slow down climate change. However, consumers in the EU have barely changed their diets.
Researcher concludes that country “has set an emission target that it can almost achieve without any serious action”.
The great and good have assembled in UAE’s capital of Dubai for the COP28 conference to hash out a plan to avert the looming environmental disaster, but its probably too late.
As around 70,000 people descend on Dubai for COP 28, the warnings signs of the climate crisis are clear. So far this year has been the hottest ever, and the future looks bleak.
Where does the EU’s hopes for a deal to phase out fossil fuels leave coal-dependent aspiring members from the Western Balkans?
Renewable energy should be tripled globally by 2030. That is the first of five pillars of action from the International Energy Agency for the COP28 climate summit starting on November 30 in Dubai.
Reliance on outdated and inefficient coal-fired power plants in Bosnia, Kosovo and Serbia complicates the transition to renewable energy.
Oleg Kryuchkov, an adviser to the peninsula's Russian governor, said 498,000 people in Crimea have been left without electricity due to the extreme weather.
Around half of the commercially available caviar products in Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine are illegal, according to a new study.
Previous rules made it virtually impossible for developers to set up wind turbines anywhere in the country.
The outcome of COP28 won’t save the world from climate chaos. That much is clear, with major economies failing on climate change, the US continuing to drill fossil fuels and China building more coal-burning plants.
Earth briefly passed the threshold of 2 degrees Celsius warming on November 17 for the first time, a milestone that climate scientists have long warned about.
World Bank-coordinated committee of international donors is discussing issues of financial support for the 3,600-MW project, which is to include the world’s tallest dam.
Sometimes known as the sirocco, haboob, yellow dust, white storm or harmattan, the phenomenon that engulfs everything in its path can be a costly disaster.
The US is experiencing accelerated warming and “far-reaching and worsening” conditions of climate change compared with the rest of the world, according the recently released Fifth National Climate Assessment.
A new analysis of international data, released by Climate Central, reveals that global temperatures have broken records over the past 12 months.
Data shows that in region an area almost four times the size of Kyrgyzstan is degraded.
The reduction in atmospheric pollution, often associated with burning coal, oil, and fossil fuels, has led to clearer skies and that means more sunshine, which paradoxically is actually exacerbating global warming, not preventing it.
Warming in Southeast Europe is set to outstrip the global average while extreme weather events are already becoming more frequent.
Brazil’s food production made up 74% of the country’s emissions in 2021, according to a new study by Climate Observatory. Most of these emissions come from deforestation for farms and pastures.