10 December, 2018 – Reputation and public confidence in your products are vital for global corporations, especially for one of the world’s biggest carmakers – hence VW’s electric spurt.
12 November, 2018 − After years of repression, invasion and conflict, Iraq’s climate stresses now threaten new miseries, including more intense heat and dwindling rainfall.
18 October, 2018 − Irish government accused of political short-termism by not introducing carbon taxes aimed at reducing climate-changing emissions.
18 September, 2018 – Triumph or catastrophe? Where will China’s climate path lead us all? So far there are both hopeful moves and warning signs, a new book says.
4 September, 2018 – Called the Emerald Isle for its natural beauty, Ireland’s rising greenhouse gas emissions are earning it a grimmer reputation as Europe’s climate laggard.
25 July, 2018 – Ireland has decided to bring down the curtain on the Age of Coal by ending all fossil fuel investments.
12 July, 2018 – China’s falling emissions of greenhouse gases offer optimism that moves to curb global temperature rise may be starting to work.
22 June, 2018 – Some climate change research is enlightening, some alarming, some baffling – and some, on soccer and sausages, might seem a little bizarre.
13 June, 2018 – Rising sea levels and recurrent floods mean more homeless Bangladeshis, with unpredictably changing rainfall patterns compounding their plight.
29 May, 2018 – Summer is the worst time for many allergies that make noses run and sufferers feel below par. They’re causing widespread misery just now.
7 May, 2018 – China’s energy policy seems perplexing: coal use reductions at home, while abroad it is helping to build coal-fired power plants.