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Yesterday Defra UK released a far-reaching environmental bill, helping to deliver the most ambitious environmental programme of any country globally. For the first time, the improved bill will generate new powers to stop the exports of contaminated plastic waste to developing countries, it will prevent harmful waste from being transported out of sight all whilst also…

After the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP), ended its 25th annual conference in a stalemate, many are hoping that there will not be a repeat at the conference in 10 months, as problems start to arise. If COP26 fails to deliver, then it could mark the end of the global approach to tackling the…

The United Nations want to preserve almost a third of the world’s oceans and land by the end of the decade, with the end result to stop and reverse biodiversity decline. About 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water, with the oceans holding around 96.5% of all Earth’s water. A blog published by the guardian stated…

A recent study suggests that people who have access to nature or urban green areas are much more likely to have positive ways of being environmentally friendly. Within the study, researchers used a representative sample of 24,000 people across England for their research into green behaviour. The findings showed that people who were not exposed…

This weekend will see the first Climate Assembly’s featuring a broad range of 110 members of the public, meeting to discuss climate change and the issue’s surrounding it. Sir David Attenborough will address members of the public who are taking part in the UK’s first climate assembly this weekend, organised by six UK selected committees. * The…

The UK committee on climate change (CCC) have today published a report on how land usage can help to achieve greenhouse gas emission targets that were set out in June 2019. The CCC has published a new report titled, ‘Land use: Policies for a Net Zero UK’, the report presents the CCC’s first ever in-depth…

A new coal mine in Cumbria was given the green light last year by the government, with the Woodhouse colliery project set to cost £165m. It will become the first new British deep coal mine in 30 years but has now been seen as unnecessary and incompatible with UK climate ambitions, just less than 3…

Extinction Rebellion (XR) is prepared to take legal action against counter-terrorism police for what it said was the illegal listing of the group as an extremist ideology in a guide designed to help stop terrorist violence. Last Week, the Guardian revealed that counter-terrorism police had placed the non-violent protest group on a list of extremist ideologies, that should…

The National trust has announced a plan to plant 20 million trees within the decade, the announcement comes ahead of the 125th anniversary of the trust, who are responsible and dedicated to preserving the cultural heritage of a particular geographic region. The plan is part of efforts to achieve the UK’s target of hitting net zero by 2050, however…

Australia continues to be gripped by wildfires, at least 25 people have died, and millions of animals have died since September. Australia is fighting an unprecedented bushfire season, fuelled by record temperatures and widespread drought. The damage bill is estimated to have reached A$700 Million according to the Insurance Council of Australia, however that figure…

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