With 172 countries participating, and over 1,400 landmarks plunged into darkness, 2015 marked the world’s biggest Earth Hour to date.
The world’s wildlife population have decreased by over 50% in just 40 years – according to a new report published by WWF, which shows climate change was a major factor, along with habitat loss and exploitation.
Oil from a spill or oil well blowout in Canada’s Beaufort Sea could spread more than 1,000 kilometres across the region’s pristine environment, a new study from WWF has shown.
Asia Pulp and Paper Group has announced a plan to support the restoration and conservation of one million hectares of rainforest in Indonesia.
As a new report warns that China could be shifting away from coal energy sources, campaigners urge governments meeting at the IPCC to turn their backs on dirty energy investments.
As Europeans get ready to head to the polls next month (22-25 May) green groups are calling on EU parliamentary candidates to ensure climate and energy issues are at the heart of their election promises.