Boris Johnson claims climate change plan won’t hit holidays

Boris Johnson claims he WON’T hit your holidays as he promises by 2050 ‘planes will be zero emission allowing us to fly guilt-free’ under his new plan to tackle climate change Boris Johnson today published his Net Zero Strategy for tackling climate change Document sets out how Government will hit net zero emissions target by … Read more

Greta Thunberg belts out Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up and dances on stage in Stockholm 

It’s Greta-mania! Crowd of green fans scream hysterically as Greta Thunberg belts out Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up and dances on stage with a dungaree-clad companion in Stockholm Greta Thunberg belted out Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up at a concert Swedish green campaigner, 18, sang and danced to 1980s disco anthem  Miss Thunberg launched … Read more

Prince Charles reveals Prince George is learning about climate change

Prince Charles has revealed told how his grandson Prince George is learning about climate change as he introduced a documentary ahead of Cop26. The Prince of Wales, 72, appeared in the new The Sky Kids Original documentary Cop26: In Your Hands, and explained his eldest grandson, eight, has been learning global warming is causing ‘the … Read more

Millionaire Tory owner of Boris’s Marbella holiday home faces peers over Cop26 as PM chillaxes

The Tory millionaire owner of Boris Johnson’s deluxe holiday home faced peers in Parliament today, as the PM came to the end of a sunshine family break on the Costa del Sol. After Boris Johnson was pictured painting al-fresco in his downtime at the £25,000-a-night Torre Tramores, Zac Goldsmith was grilled by a Lords’ environment … Read more

Today hosts mock Prince Charles for ‘pompous, privileged’ climate change efforts

Today hosts roast ‘pompous, privileged’ Prince Charles for his bizarre climate change confession about running his vintage Aston Martin on ‘cheese and wine’ By Monique Friedlander For Daily Mail Australia Published: 17:38 EDT, 13 October 2021 | Updated: 18:00 EDT, 13 October 2021 Prince Charles has received a royal roasting by Australian breakfast show Today … Read more

Arctic summer-sea ice covers less than half the area it did in early 1980s and may not last to 2100

A new study out of Columbia University determined that summer sea ice in ‘the Last Ice Area’ now covers half the space it did 40 years ago.  The 1,200-mile region north of Greenland and the Canadian Arctic archipelago has historically been covered in ice year-round, but rising temperatures fueled by climate change are causing even … Read more

Pod Point’s London float to boost the electric car revolution 

Charging station maker Pod Point’s London float to boost the electric car revolution By Mark Shapland For The Daily Mail Published: 16:52 EDT, 11 October 2021 | Updated: 16:55 EDT, 11 October 2021 Investors will be given the chance to back the electric vehicle revolution after Pod Point announced plans to float in London. The … Read more

Snowshoe hares are losing camouflage due to climate change, but they still manage to avoid predators

Snowshoe hares are losing their ability to match their fur with the seasons due to climate change, but that has not stopped them from avoiding predators, a new study finds. These hares are found in Canada and the northern U.S. and turn white in the winter and a rusty brown in the summer. However with … Read more

New Zealand pizza chain tells Greta Thunberg to ‘go to hell’ after she slammed Jacinda Ardern

Popular pizza chain takes aim at eco-warrior Greta Thunberg after the teenager slammed Jacinda Ardern for ‘not doing anything’ about global warming New Zealand company Hell Pizza told eco-warrior Greta Thunberg to ‘go to hell’ The company placed billboards in Thunberg’s hometown of Stockholm, Sweden Created to show company’s offer of 100 per cent carbon … Read more

Climate change: Mont Blanc is SHRINKING as rising temperatures melt the icy peak 

Mont Blanc is SHRINKING due to climate change: Mountain now measures 15,773ft – 3ft shorter than in 2017 – as rising temperatures melt the icy peak Europe’s second-highest peak, Mont Blanc sits on the France–Italy border Changes in the snow covering its peak causes its height to vary year-by-year  The mountain has lost 5.1 inches … Read more