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“Climate Barbie”: Canada’s Environment Minister faces abuse

The environment minister for Canada has had to assign additional security detail after internet abuse has risen.

Sustainability steals the show at Fashion Summit

The annual Hong Kong Fashion Summit kicked off on Thursday to discuss the future of fashion and how to move towards sustainability.

Climate change deniers launch campaign against carbon emission targets

Investigative media outlet DeSMOG has obtained and revealed a leaked document addressed to the European Union’s and United Nations’ leaders, denying there is a climate emergency.

Plastic waste management in the UK since China’s ban

Plastic waste management in the UK since China’s ban

Revisiting the waste management industry in the UK a year and a half after China, the largest waste importer shut its door permanently. Professionals and experts explain the necessary of waste trade, reason behind the ban, latest news and future of waste management in the UK.

Are International Climate Agreements too soft?

Are International Climate Agreements too soft?

Dr Adeniyi P. Asiyanbi, an Anniversary Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Global Environmental Politics, expertise in how power, knowledge, interest, conflict and subjectivity play out in human relations with and over the environment, talks about how limited the international environmental agreements are.

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