For years, scientists have been warning about the impact of global warming. They have cited the threat from very hot weather, drought, floods, torrential rain, earthquakes and rising seas by way of examples. They have again sounded the warning drumbeat: a UN science
I thought the Cop26 summit had reached peak weirdness when the Beast — the American presidential limo — swept past a Greggs on the back streets of Glasgow. Then I saw a picture tweeted by a Zimbabwean government
The Clark Fork River drains much of western Montana, bringing water from the Crown of the Continent to the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean. My daily commute via bicycle crosses the Clark Fork most days and has allowed me to discern a rhythm and tempo in
“The net zero goals announced by the Kingdoms of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain provide a significant boost to regional efforts to address climate change,” tweeted Sheikh Mohamed.
There are just some things we do well in Britain (tea, apologising, standing in a queue, leaving passive-aggressive notes on cars when someone blocks us in) and some things we don’t — and thanks to Cop26, the whole world can now see one of things we fail at
The United Arab Emirates (UAE)’s bid to join the Global Methane Pledge at the COP26 summit in Glasgow building on its position as one of the least methane intense nations in the world is not only noteworthy but commendable too. The UAE has long acted as a regional
In a recent report, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has advocated for technological intervention to address carbon emissions from the cement industry, which, in turn, will help achieve India’s net-zero emission targets, as reported by
It’s so terrifying to see the disastrous situation of California because of climate change and it’s a wakeup call for the whole world to work together to save the world (“California wildfire rages on as US bakes in record-setting heat wave,” July 24, Gulf Today website). The United States of America is the only superpower in the world.
Poor celebs. It can’t be easy being in the firing line all the time. Gone are the days when A-listers could say offensive things, appropriate different cultures and do as they please without fear of being “cancelled”. Hell, they can’t even bask in their immense wealth and take their bejewelled, monogrammed PJs (private jets) to go get
As California prepares to update its low carbon fuel standard — a policy aiming to reduce emissions from transportation fuels — Indigenous groups and environmentalists across the Midwest are fighting one of its key provisions. The policy would incentivize ethanol production through technology that stores