Veg diet plus re-wilding gives 'double climate dividend'
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Veg diet plus re-wilding gives 'double climate dividend'

By Helen. The environment correspondent. The image is from the same source. By the end of the century, a hundred billion tons of carbon dioxide
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A low-carbon future can move net-zero aviation beyond a flight of fantasy

Greenhouse gas emissions from aviation are expected to rise as international air travel recovers after the COVID-19 restrictions. Since 2000
Scientists Discover Seaweed Species That Stops Cows from Emitting Methane
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Scientists Discover Seaweed Species That Stops Cows from Emitting Methane

Methane is responsible for 30% of global warming. According to CBS News, cattle account for one-third of all methane emissions. A Canadian farmer
Vehicle emission declines decreased deaths, study finds
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Vehicle emission declines decreased deaths, study finds

The Public Domain is a credit. Thousands of lives and hundreds of billions of dollars have been saved in the United States by recent reductions in
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Carbon trading gets a green light from the U.N., and Brazil hopes to earn billions

Activists are protesting "greenwashing," in which a company or government appears to do more for the environment than it is, by gathering
RealClimate: Net Zero
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RealClimate: Net Zero

There was a lot of discussion about Net-Zero goals at the COP26 gathering. The concept is based on the results of physical science that show that
COP26 news: Real progress made but more emissions cuts are needed
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COP26 news: Real progress made but more emissions cuts are needed

The world was on track for 2.7degC warming before COP26. Now it is at 2.4degC which is a substantial improvement. Future summits will have to push
COP26: Fear of failure on final day, and just how green was summit?
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COP26: Fear of failure on final day, and just how green was summit?

The number of people who flew to the summit in private aircraft has drawn criticism. According to the International Air Transport Association, about
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How can Britain cut emissions when the Tory party fetishises travel? | Andy Beckett

Traveling is often considered a privilege. You need money and time, as well as the confidence to be welcomed anywhere else. Travelling across large
COP Architects Furious at Lack of Climate Justice at Pivotal Summit
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COP Architects Furious at Lack of Climate Justice at Pivotal Summit

Researchers who helped draft the first United Nations Environmental Agreements nearly 30 years ago claim that the current COP26 climate talks are