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The trillion dollar question: How to fix the fashion industry

In 2018, fashion stakeholders came together with the UNFCCC to identify ways in which the broader textile, clothing and fashion industry can “move towards...

CAP: What is the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy and why is it trending?

This week, EU lawmakers finalised new reforms for the bloc’s Common Agricultural Policy which will provide billions of euros in aid directly to farmers.But...

Concrete: The secret CO2 emitter behind coal, oil and gas

“If concrete was a country, it would be the third biggest emitter of CO2 in the world.”These are the words of Dr. Michael Wise,...

Environmental photo awards reveal the striking impacts of climate change

Announced at COP26 earlier this month, the winning photographs from this year’s Environmental Photographer of the Year awards come straight from the frontlines of...

France opens Europe’s first retirement home for elephants

The 1,300 inhabitants of Bussière-Galant, France, recently got an a new and unusual neighbour - a four-legged elephant called Gandhi. The 52-year-old female Asian...

Vaquitas: What are the ‘smiling pandas’ of the sea and why are they going extinct?

It’s easy to fall in love with the vaquita, a little porpoise belonging to the cetacean family of dolphins and whales.Their markings - large...

Amazon deals to take a hit after Extinction Rebellion disrupts depots on Black Friday

A total of 15 Amazon fulfilment centres in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands have been blocked by Extinction Rebellion ahead of major global...

Investors argue the EU’s agricultural subsidies are not green, they are harmful

A group of global investors representing more than $3.5 trillion (€3.1 trillion) in assets has urged the European Commission not to allow intensive farming...

Sewage pollution is making UK beaches and rivers ‘unswimmable’, new report reveals

Sewage pollution in UK rivers has increased by more than 85 per cent over the last year, according to a new report.The findings from...

Why Prince William is wrong to blame habitat loss on population growth in Africa

The Duke of Cambridge has made fresh comments this week regarding the ‘pressure’ put on Africa’s wildlife by human populations.In a speech at the...

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