What wets your whistle? It’s another day and another dire warning from the UN.
I don’t want to look back and wonder what more I could have done to save our planet.
Distrust in politicians and the political system is preventing people from supporting increased taxes on fossil fuels, a potentially important climate policy. By comparison, most people believe in climate change. So says a new study based on surveys in 23 European countries. "What we found is that political distrust is currently a more serious barrier to climate action than is simple denial of the problem," says Malcolm Fairbrother, one of the authors of the study.
Devastating bushfires that blanketed Australia's largest city with hazardous smoke this week have heightened public anger and raised political pressure on the government to do more to battle climate change.
Political and cultural topics – from gender politics to climate change – dominated the 2019 American Music Awards performances on Sunday.
Political posturing is harming attempts to address key issues at the UN climate talks, participants say.
As Sydney’s bushfire-induced haze shows, far from being insulated, urban areas are hugely vulnerable to the climate crisis
China has repeatedly argued that developed nations should lead on tackling international climate obligations.
Las Vegas headliner Terry Fator is dropping the puppet version of President Trump from his ventriloquism show on the Strip at the request of the hotel where he performs, according to a report.
The reworking of the traditional Jack and the Beanstalk story will run at the Lighthouse Theatre in Poole, Dorset. It has been created by 65-year-old, former Blue Peter presenter Peter Duncan.
Exxon Mobil Prevails Over "Politically-Biased" New York AG In Major Climate-Change Case
This diary was first published September 2, 2019.