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The Guardian headlines about nature for September

About ice sheets

The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022/10/28

By Chris Price Good morning. The Prime Minister and the Chancellor’s efforts to balance the books could see them target energy firms again. Meanwhile, Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover could allow Donald Trump to return. Rishi Sunak plans to expand windfall tax grab Rishi Sunak is drawing up plans to expand the windfall tax on energyContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022/10/28”

Morning news for Thursday 2022/10/27

A look at what happens in the world 15 years after the A380 was lauched.

The Telegraph looking at the second week of August 2022

August 08 Big-name charities resume controversial fundraising tactic Family stumble across cache of firearms while paddling in pond The Real Windsors: Queen of Steel, review: Her Majesty recast as Logan Roy from Succession Gurinder Chadha: ‘People get defensive about the British Empire but it’s our shared history’ August 09 By Danny Boyle We knew itContinue reading “The Telegraph looking at the second week of August 2022”

The Week 2022 July 11- July 17

July 11 Leaked Uber files suggest company used covert tech to thwart raids Leaked documents suggest Uber used a “kill switch” and other covert technology to prevent European regulators from examining the ride-hailing company’s business practices as it challenged taxi services around the world, according to more than 124,000 documents known as the Uber filesContinue reading “The Week 2022 July 11- July 17”

2022 First half of July – Here’s what else you need to know in Green

UK’s Biggest-Ever Renewables Auction Is Also the Cheapest The biggest-ever UK renewables auction has awarded contracts to offshore wind at a record-low price. Putin’s War Threatens Europe’s Ambitious Climate Goals Russia’s invasion has forced several countries to burn more coal and build new gas facilities. Major US Petrochemical Hub Seeks Ban on New Solar Farms OneContinue reading “2022 First half of July – Here’s what else you need to know in Green”

Stories from the climate warrior for the first half of July

Half a year after the Cop 26 climate summit drew to a close, action at the scale and pace needed has not materialised, while warnings about record-breaking heatwaves, sea level rising and climate-related food insecurity are near-daily.   Alok Sharma, Cop 26 president, put it this way.   “Leaders have not done enough to deliverContinue reading “Stories from the climate warrior for the first half of July”

With all eyes on Ukraine, our planet lost out at this week’s G7 summit

The G7 countries have once again proved that they are morally bankrupt and have no real intention to solve the climate crisis and take responsibility for this crisis caused by their disproportionate use and relentless support for fossil fuels

Labor’s election win shows Australia is ready to be part of the solution

A nine-year-old conservative government led by Scott Morrison suffered a historic defeat. It has been reduced to its smallest share of seats in the national parliament in more than 70 years.

Can turning down our radiators turn up the heat on Putin?

Fiona Harvey looking at our use of gas.