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Genetically modified crops don’t really work. That is the broad conclusion of a recent investigation in the New York Times.

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The bankruptcy filing in April of Peabody Energy, the world’s largest private coal company, was a warning to those that disregard the risk to their business of decarbonisation.

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By Stephen Gardner. There are concerns that Britain's burning of biomass to generate electricity – on the face of it, a sustainable practice – is getting out of hand, and causing both environmental and market distortions.

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By Stephen Gardner. The haze is back. Forest and peatland fires in western Indonesia are causing clouds of thick smoke full of unhealthy particles, which blow north across Malaysia and Singapore, disrupting daily life and causing a health hazard.

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By Stephen Gardner. Global greenhouse gas emissions should decline to half their 1990 level by 2050, EU environment ministers said Sept. 18.

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By Stephen Gardner. What will the circular economy look like in practice? That, in effect, is what the European Commission is asking in a public consultation open until 20 August.

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By Stephen Gardner. Some big dominoes have been toppled in recent months in the battle against deforestation.

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By Stephen Gardner. The 20th Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Lima, Peru, emphasised pragmatism over ambition.

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By Stephen Gardner. Singapore is a miracle. The tiny republic manages to cram 5.4 million people onto an area not much larger than the Isle of Man.

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By Katharina Strobel. Alle wollen möglichst günstige und umweltschonende Energie. Aber wie man zu diesem Ziel gelangt, darüber scheiden sich die Geister.

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