Vote today for climate action Arthur Wyns | 23rd May 2019 Climate change tops agenda in the European elections for first time. Emissions rise at Europe's biggest polluter Arthur Wyns | 21st May 2019 The power plant produces four times as much CO2 a year as all Ryanair flights combined. The bioenergy delusion Katja Garson | 21st May 2019 Replacing fossil fuels with bioenergy only takes us backwards, continuing our addiction to burning and extraction, and causing extensive ecological damage. Sustainable home changes with impact Emily Folk | 21st May 2019 Sustainable improvements for energy efficiency are far more affordable when homeowners take a strategic approach to their changes. XR 'dropped by legal support advisors' Catherine Early | 17th May 2019 A legal support organisation ends work with Extinction Rebellion (XR) following 'serious concerns' about the safety of protesters. 'Los responsables' Kate Harveston | 16th May 2019 Lawsuits across the world are taking big oil companies to task over climate injustice, and demanding that offenders put people before profits. Hayhoe: climate hope comes from people Nick Breeze | 14th May 2019 America's leading scientists communicating the threat of climate change says climate impacts driving increased activism. UK has more coal than it will ever need Isobel Tarr | 14th May 2019 Why are coal-fired power stations continuing to buy coal in excess of their projected life span? Serious action must follow Andrew Taylor-Dawson | 13th May 2019 Westminster and Scottish Parliament declare a climate emergency – but we must make the radical changes needed to keep to 1.5C of warming. Innovative farming or climate breakdown Helen Browning | 10th May 2019 The climate is in crisis but if we harness the energy and optimism of our farming entrepreneurs, we might just avoid catastrophe. Peatlands and climate change Staff Reporter | 9th May 2019 Conservation experts in Westminster to highlight upland peatland community’s role in tackling climate change. Owning our climate future Chris Saltmarsh | 9th May 2019 Public ownership is not just necessary to stop climate change but increasingly inevitable.