On ‘Women and Water’ Day at COP27, the power of women as key drivers of climate solutions, and the crucial impact that the climate crisis is having on our water supply took centre stage in Sharm el-Sheikh. Meanwhile, the negotiations on the conference outcome continued, with UN officials calling for ‘building bridges’ to deliver on […]

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From densely developed cities and geometric agricultural plots to the ubiquitous roadways, pipelines and power grids, an aerial view of the earth reveals our impact on our landscapes. In less populated areas, unprecedented glacial melt and deep craters caused by the thawing of frozen soil and rock called permafrost megaslumps give stark reminders of the […]

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As COP27 continues (it goes on until 18 Nov), there have been some small signs of progress, including on climate disaster funding. However, major sticking points remain, including progress on emissions, which are continuing to increase, and of course cash. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres opened the summit with a warning that our planet is “sending […]

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