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Extinction Rebellion throw black paint over Michael Gove’s office

Climate activists have poured black paint over MP Michael Gove’s office in protest at his decision to green-light a new coal mine in Cumbria. Extinction...

Climate activists occupy giant digger at German coal mine

Climate activists have occupied a giant digger at a coal mine in western Germany as part of a protest against the destruction of a...

Climate activists vow to defend village at risk from coal mine expansion

Climate activists have pledged to defend a tiny village in western Germany from being bulldozed for the expansion of a nearby coal mine that...

Thunberg joins march as Swedish activists sue state over its climate policies

Hundreds of activists, including Greta Thunberg, have marched through the Swedish capital to a court to file a legal claim against the Swedish state...

The Scream painting targeted by climate activists

Two people have tried – and failed – to glue themselves to Edvard Munch’s 1893 masterpiece The Scream at an Oslo museum, Norwegian police...

World in crisis provides grim backdrop for Cop27 UN climate talks in Egypt

Envoys from around the globe have gathered in the Egyptian seaside resort of Sharm El-Sheikh for talks on tackling climate change amid a multitude...

Canada braced for wrath of Fiona as cyclone approaches

Strong rains and winds lashed the Atlantic Canada region as Fiona closed in early Saturday as a big, powerful post-tropical cyclone, and Canadian forecasters...

Australia enshrines 43% greenhouse gas reduction target in law

Australia’s parliament has enshrined in law the government’s elevated target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 43% below 2005 levels by the end of...

France faces worst drought on record as fourth heatwave of the year spreads

France is in the midst of its fourth heatwave of the year as the country faces what the government warned is its worst drought...

Pakistan death toll from monsoon rains reaches 304

The death toll after more than five weeks of monsoon rains and flash flooding across Pakistan has reached 304, authorities said. Since mid-June, the deluge...

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