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Back in 2021 Germany was celebrating the election of a new coalition government (which includes the Green party) and hopes were high for a new era of environmental action. But now, Germany, like much of Europe, is struggling with energy supply issues due to the war on Ukraine. As a result, it looks extremely likely that climate policies will fall, as short term solutions for this more immediate issue take priority. A small town called Lützerath has become a key site in this battle between energy and the environment…
So, here we are, 2023! The last few years have been tough for everyone, and whilst we can’t promise things will get easier, we do know that taking action for the climate can help to improve our mental health as well as benefit the environment – it’s a win win! With that in mind, we asked some of the Curious.Earth team to share their New Year Resolutions to give you some inspiration…
We’ve put together a curious quiz looking back over some of our articles from the past year… Have a go and see how much you can remember!
We’ve written before about ways to celebrate an eco-friendly Christmas – from green gift guides to how to choose a tree-mendous tree – and this year we’re sharing info and tips on how to stay stylish and sustainable during the holiday season.
This weekend will see the start of COP27 in Egypt. The 27th UNFCCC Conference of Parties calls on governments around the world to “to rise to the occasion and tackle effectively the global challenge of climate”.
However, before it has even begun, COP27 has been heavily criticised and campaigners have little hope that it will bring about the action we desperately need to address the climate crisis.
In order to capture more of the views of the public and encourage the government to put in place measures to protect nature, the RSPB, WWF, and the National Trust have launched “The People’s Plan for Nature”, a new joint initiative.
A new reservoir has just been approved at the La Clusaz resort in the French alps. The reservoir will be built on the Plateau de Beauregard, an area which is protected under the EU Natura 2000 programme which “offers a haven to Europe’s most valuable and threatened species and habitats”.
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