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Giant new refinery: curse or boon?
Giant new refinery: curse or boon?
Global oil giant Aramco, owned by Saudi Arabia, will meet the Central Energy Fund (CEF) to discuss building a 300 000-barrels-a day new oil...
SA, like others, flunks emissions report card
SA, like others, flunks emissions report card
A report, Brown to Green: G20 Transition to a Net-zero Emissions Economy, published on Monday by a global nongovernmental organisation coalition,...
The end of the world is nigh – but we can stop it
The end of the world is nigh – but we can stop it
It is hard to stay deaf to the religious overtones of the current talk on climate change and biodiversity loss. The environmentalist talks about an...
Climate models update: It’s hotter than we thought
Climate models update: It’s hotter than we thought
The Mail & Guardian is publishing this article as part of a network of over 300 publications that are sharing journalism on the climate...
The manifestation of climate injustice
The manifestation of climate injustice
Quarry Road West informal settlement is located in the urban core of Durban in South Africa. It lies adjacent to a golf course, below (at least in...
This piggery can’t go to market
This piggery can’t go to market
Mike Fysh, the owner of a family-owned piggery about 20km north of Pretoria, is as congenial and relaxed a person as you could hope to meet, given...
Iceland turns carbon dioxide to rock for cleaner air
Iceland turns carbon dioxide to rock for cleaner air
In the heart of Iceland's volcano country, 21st-century alchemists are transforming carbon dioxide into rock for eternity, cleaning the air of...
Greenhouse gas levels in atmosphere hit new high — UN
Greenhouse gas levels in atmosphere hit new high — UN
The levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, the main driver of climate change, have hit a new record high, the United Nations said on...
Swapping coal for gas keeps world carbon emissions flat
Swapping coal for gas keeps world carbon emissions flat
Global carbon emissions have remained flat for the third consecutive year, according to the 2017 BP Statistical Review of World Energy.
Why this matters: Environment department paves way for more coal-fired power plants
Why this matters: Environment department paves way for more coal-fired power plants
The world is warming at an unprecedented rate in human history. Each of the last three years has successively set the record for the hottest year on...
G7 nations to stop subsidising fossil fuels
G7 nations to stop subsidising fossil fuels
The leaders of some of the world’s biggest economies have agreed to stop subsidising fossil fuels in the next decade.
Oregano will cut cows’ wind and climate change
Oregano will cut cows’ wind and climate change
Cows' farts have long been recognised as a contributor to climate change. Their digestion creates methane as a by-product and that methane is 25...

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