Flaring — burning off unwanted natural gas from oil and gas wells — releases five times more of the potent greenhouse gas methane into the atmosphere over the United States than previously assumed, according to a study published on Thursday, September 29.
New York advanced a plan on Thursday, September 29, to require that all new vehicles sold in the state by 2035 be zero emissions, state Governor Kathy Hochul said.
More than three-quarters of the globe’s murders of environmental activists took place in Latin America last year, an annual review by watchdog Global Witness showed on Thursday, September 29.
A fundamentally flawed study claiming that scientific evidence of a climate crisis is lacking should be withdrawn from the peer-reviewed journal in which it was published, top climate scientists have told AFP.
TVI Resources Development Philippines (TVIRD) has adopted Dipili and Depore rivers in Bayog, Zamboanga del Sur as part of the company’s Adopt-A-River Program.
After the global aviation sector gave the green light for net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050, countries will have to stake out their positions at a United Nations meeting this week — despite a lack of consensus.
Super Typhoon Noru slammed into the Philippines Sunday, battering the heavily populated main island of Luzon with strong winds and heavy rain that have forced thousands of people to flee their homes.
More than 90 percent of harmful air pollution in the Middle East and parts of North Africa comes from fossil fuels, according to research on Thursday that showed the region “permanently exceeded” dangerous air quality levels.
Villagers found on Monday morning, September 20, in a seaside village of Maasim town, Sarangani a critically-endangered Philippine Eagle dead.
About 200 pilot whales have perished after being stranded on an exposed, surf-swept beach on the rugged west coast of Tasmania, Australian rescuers said Thursday.