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In this section, you can browse through our wide range of News articles. The most recent news is at the top of the page:

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A new statement, published today in BioScience, a publication from the American Institute of Biological Sciences, has declared today "clearly and unequivocally that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency". And the statement has the backing of more than 11,000 scientists from 153 nations around the world.

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The government has halted fracking in England with immediate effect.  It has also warned that it would not support future shale gas projects. The decision was taken after a scientific report produced by the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) concluded that it was impossible to rule out the possibility that people living near fracking sites might suffer 'unacceptable' consequences.

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A lot has been going on during the last week on the topic of climate change. The Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned that companies and industries that are not heading towards a zero carbon future will be affected by investor pull-outs and risk going bankrupt.

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Since the start of 2019, the number of wildfires burning in Brazil's Amazon rainforest has increased by 84%. There were around 40,000 fires in the Brazilian Amazon between 1 January and 21 August 2018. In the same period this year, that number has increased to around 75,000. The smoke from the fires can be seen from space.

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A new survey, commissioned by Christian Aid, has found that 71% of the UK public believed that climate change was a more important issue than Brexit.  Two thirds of those asked beleieved that Bexit should be at the top of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s political agenda, while 60% felt that the government was not doing enough to tackle climate change.

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