What led to the Fukushima water release, and what are the impacts of one of the most controversial decisions of the post-nuclear disaster clean-up effort?
Rosebank and other fields would push the UK’s oil and gas industry almost 40 percent past its carbon budget
The government of Tanzania is currently planning to evict more than 80.000 indigenous Maasai people from their ancenstral land
UN Secretary-General warns of the “era of global boiling”
UN Secretary-General António Guterres said the era of global warming has ended and “the era of global boiling has arrived.”
Oil and gas production in the GOM has a heavier impact that previously believed
The climate impact of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico’s oil and gas production could be higher than government inventories indicate.
ReconAfrica drilling in wildlife reserve, raising environmental concerns
ReconAfrica hunt for oil and gas threatens vital waterways home to the world’s largest elephant population and endangered wildlife
The UN General Assembly adopts climate justice resolution
The UN General Assembly (UNGA) adopted a resolution seeking the ICJ for an advisory opinion on the duties of States concerning climate change.
Worst cholera in decades in Malawi
More than 1.500 people died of cholera over the past one year, and the government is struggling to contain its spread