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Obama admits: Fossil fuels must stay in the ground, fossil fools

Finally, the reality that fossil fuels are finite has actually been acknowledged by a political figure who really matters: the...

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Tell me the story of the Holocene...

The Holocene (the name given to the most recent 10000 years of time) began at the end of the last glacial maximum. As the glaciers...

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You did ... no you are doing it! Question is, who pays for climate change?

I must say, I was happy to read this article and see that this isn't turning out to be (at least not yet) a messy court room battle...

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Solar and wind reach cost-parity with fossil generation in the US

The cost of solar per kWh is surprisingly low, even to someone like me who used to work for a utility and is pretty well informed in...

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Indian leopards thrive in human areas

This study in India has shown that leopards are associated with human settlements, in order to take advantage of higher food resources...

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The US/China Climate Deal

The US/China deal on climate could be just what the clean energy sector needed to finally recover from the mid-2000s slump. But as this...

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Apparently its not just green energy that needs subsidies - Fossil is just as guilty

With all the talk about how to get environmentally-friendly energy technologies on economic parity with fossil, its absurd that these...

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Green subsidies work, for governments as well as companies

This is a great example of government doing its job to promote clean technologies, and not doing it at the tax payer's expense. With...

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Chocoholics' nightmare as the world cocoa supply declines

Dire news for chocoholics: cocoa’s end is nigh. Climate change pressures have diminished the global supply of cheap cocoa over the past...

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Most wanted eco criminals

Have we stopped caring about wildlife poaching and what does this mean for global populations? Will adding eco criminals to the "most...

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The end of rainbows

It has been at the very heart of climate science for decades. The rainbow colour scale has been used to visualise global changes in...

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Solar costs continue to decline

Amazing that solar power is almost at cost-parity with coal. Soon it won't even need those subsidies to undercut fossil fuels. Then...

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The week in wildlife - in pictures

A little owl appears to fall off a tree stump. Russell Savory, 60, from Hertfordshire, photographed young and adult owls in Stow Maries...…

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From poverty-driven to profit-driven deforestation

Payments for ecosystem services is another important development for the world’s forests. While a market for forest carbon under the U.N....…

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Starry starry solar cycle lane

Solar cycle lanes that promote emission-free transport, safe cycling, and provide clean power for neighbouring homes: the epitome of a...

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An actual solar freakin' roadway

With all the hype around the US based solar roadway startup, its exciting to see that this concept is getting some traction (albeit in...

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Green spaces under threat

Bad news for green spaces with a planned funding cut of 60% by 2020. Not only are green spaces, incredibly valuable for encouraging...

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California dreamin' on such a drought-ridden year

GIFs, often the preserve of cat memes on da interwebz, are used to great effect in these before and after shots that reveal the...

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Two Biggest Economies Finally Agree on Climate

This could be huge. I'm sure everyone's posting about it, and we're going to join in too. And actual reductions, not just rhetoric.

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The week in wildlife - in pictures

Many rescued animals in this weeks wildlife pictures.

Two sun bears play inside an enclosure at the Vietnam bear rescue centre outside of Hanoi, where four new semi-natural encloses were...…

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Landowners in "worst ever" bird of prey poisoning go unpunished

Further to my passle post at the end of October regarding illegal killing of birds of prey in the UK , a gamekeeper in Norfolk has...

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Fusion!

A working reactor in a decade? Hard to believe, but Lockheed (certainly no slouch) says its possible. I'm wondering what exactly the...

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Fusion followup

Here's a follow up on my last post about fusion. Maybe the hype really is just that - hype with no substance.

This week, Lockheed Martin supposedly managed to achieve a “breakthrough” in nuclear fusion that has gotten a lot of media attention. As...…

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Proud solar energy farm visible from space

Solar energy is often a win-win solution - produce cheap, clean energy and create new, green jobs. Flying the flag for solar’s win-win...

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The ongoing illegal killing of birds of prey reflects the weak penalties

RSPB figures show hundreds of birds of prey are being shot or poisoned every year in the UK. I agree with the RSPB's statement that the...

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Proud solar energy farm visible from space

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year is back at the Natural History Museum in London and it is as good as ever.

The acclaimed Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition premieres at London's Natural History Museum each year before touring more...…

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Going green for the greenbacks

If we're really going to solve this climate change mess, it's going to have to make economic sense. i just don't see governments and...

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Electric Vehicles - Battery setback

It's going to take a scientific breakthrough to truly get these vehicles to mass market. Battery powered or hydrogen fueled, which will...

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Changing foraging behavior in bumblebees due to pesticides

When I went to University Nigel Raine was teaching a course on animal behavior where the main subject of his lectures was bumblebees....

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