Backed by the EU, Namibia has a $20 billion plan to export green hydrogen. A secretive tender process raises concerns for nature and citizens.
Thunberg said the wind farm violates the rights of indigenous Sami people to herd their reindeer, as the sight and sound of the turbines scares the animals
Countries committed to mobilise $200 billion “from all sources” to protect 30% of the world’s land and water ecosystems by 2030
Tensions are running high at the Cop15 biodiversity summit over a finance gap estimated at $700 billion per year
Negotiators at the Cop15 biodiversity summit in Montreal have until Friday to agree a “nature pact” that can get rid of harmful subsidies
The Legacy Landscape Fund aims to mobilise public and private finance to support an ambitious nature protection deal at this October’s Kunming summit
Campaigners say the Narrabri gas project will destroy local biodiversity and water supplies as well as increase greenhouse gas emissions.
Campaigners had hoped President Xi would surprise the world again this week with tough measures to reverse biodiversity loss. They were left disappointed
The European Commission set out a strategy to overhaul farming and strictly protect carbon-rich forests and wetlands, to benefit wildlife
Britain’s Prince Charles, contributing wildflower seeds, says it is ‘exhausting, often demoralising’ to persuade people of vital role of biodiversity
Albright among 23 former foreign ministers calling for ‘strong protection’ of animals and plants at UN biodiversity summit, due in China in October
INTERVIEW: With little hard cash on the table at UN summit, biodiversity champions seek to link up with mainstream agendas
NEWS: Some 400 million people depend on threatened coral reefs for their livelihoods, British scientists warn at UN meeting
NEWS: Exploitation, habitat degradation and climate change blamed as numbers of lions, snakes and monkeys plummet
NEWS: Britain must cater for wildlife moving northwards because of climate change, says veteran naturalist and broadcaster
Under a ‘business-as-usual’ scenario, the average climate system would be radically altered by 2047 says new study published in the journal Nature
Fragile nature of one of the world’s most biodiverse ecosystems means it could be obliterated by climate change, study suggests
Former Foreign Secretary to co-chair new Global Ocean Commission to find answers to economical and environmental challenges of the high seas
Thomas Elmqvist from the University of Stockholm warns that as an area the size of South Africa is expected to be lost to urbanisation, understanding the benefits of biodiversity will be vital.