- UK will back total ban on bee-harming pesticides, Michael Gove reveals
- UK’s biggest solar farm planned for Kent coast
- Michael Bloomberg’s ‘war on coal’ goes global with $50m fund
- ‘As close as the US gets to Egypt’s pyramids’: how Chaco Canyon is endangered by drilling
- Europe’s carmakers face 30% emission cuts target
- Natural gas emissions will blow Europe’s carbon budget at current levels
- UK government sued for third time over deadly air pollution
- 2017 set to be one of top three hottest years on record
- Red squirrels successfully reintroduced to north-west Scottish Highlands
Bonn climate conference
With the US left isolated following Syria’s surprise sign-up to the Paris agreement, we reported on two opposing visions of the US’s climate role on show in Bonn.
Also this week, Hosts Fiji called on developed nations to help the world’s most vulnerable build resilience to climate change. And just an hour’s drive from the conference, activists frustrated with slow progress by governments turned up the heat at one of Germany’s opencast mines.
Follow all of our Bonn coverage here.
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- Rare victory for rainforests as nations vow to stop ‘death by chocolate’
- ‘Half my lung cancer patients are non-smokers’: toxic air crisis chokes Delhi