Month: November 2020

Secrets of the ice: unlocking a melting time capsule

Secrets of the ice: unlocking a melting time capsule

As the Earth’s ice melts, large numbers of perfectly preserved ancient artefacts are being revealed. But time is running out..

On the horizon: the end of oil and the beginnings of a low-carbon planet

On the horizon: the end of oil and the beginnings of a low-carbon planet

With demand and share prices dropping, Europe’s fossil fuel producers recognise that peak oil is probably now behind them A..

Car-free neighbourhoods: the unlikely new frontline in the culture wars

Car-free neighbourhoods: the unlikely new frontline in the culture wars

Covid measures to encourage cycling and walking in UK cities should have been a victory for the environment and wellbeing…

Who needs SUVs? Dear Keir, walk to the tailor next time

Who needs SUVs? Dear Keir, walk to the tailor next time

Labour’s leader is one of millions who should realise that large 4x4s have no place on our cramped city streets..

‘Crossroads of the climate crisis’: swing state Arizona grapples with deadly heat

‘Crossroads of the climate crisis’: swing state Arizona grapples with deadly heat

Maricopa county is home to America’s hottest city, where deaths from the heat are weighing on voters’ minds Even now,..