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Most International Federations in this summer’s Olympics are taking minimal if any action at all on climate and the environment, a new study has found.
An innovative surf-hire firm and a social enterprise that helps disadvantaged women in Kenya start their own businesses were among the winners at this month’s Student Startups End-of-Year Awards Ceremony.
Community-led monitoring of deforestation might not reduce forest use overall, but merely displace it to unmonitored areas, a new study finds.
Mobilising green finance will be a government priority for COP26 and will take the fight against climate change “to the next level”, according to Environment Secretary George Eustice.
Two Exeter graduates have launched a startup producing the world's first and only carbon-negative toilet roll.