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Empty canister of toxic waste on a beach - Credit Beth Junior on Unsplash

Groundbreaking report is first to assign responsibility for damage caused by 160 countries in past 50 years

Mauritia canopy (credit: Ximena Tagle)

Changing the way fruit is gathered from a “tree of life” could have hugely positive environmental and financial impacts in Amazonia, according to a new study.

The Villarica volcano in Chile

New research shows that private protected areas help conserve underrepresented biomes and highly threatened regions.

Close up of wool

Experts in the field of land management and carbon sequestration highlight wool’s unique properties and the positive pastoral contribution sheep can make to the continued wellbeing of the planet.

Solar panel being installed by engineers

Without significant increases in the speed and ambition of climate action, limiting global warming to 1.5°C will be beyond reach, according to a major international report published today.