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New GCSE in climate science to be launched

A new natural history GCSE will be launched next week, focusing on how pupils can protect the planet. The qualification will be available from September 2025.

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Net-zero emissions: Winning strategy or destined for failure?
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Net-zero emissions: Winning strategy or destined for failure?

Net-zero emissions is the defining approach of international climate efforts. But some scientists are arguing that this strategy simply allows the perpetuation of the status quo and is certain to fail.

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Rainforest Alliance aims to help ethical growers get climate-smart

Upgraded certification scheme, covering over 2 million farmers, will use technology to help them adapt to climate change, protect forests and spot social risks
Mars Inc. vowed to stop deforestation in West Africa. It failed
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Mars Inc. vowed to stop deforestation in West Africa. It failed

A decade after Mars and other chocolate makers vowed to stop rampant deforestation, the problem has gotten worse.

World’s biggest meatpackers buying cattle from deforesters in Amazon
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World’s biggest meatpackers buying cattle from deforesters in Amazon

JBS, Marfrig and Frigol, among the world's biggest meat producers, have been buying cattle from ranches associated with illegal deforestation and slave labor, an investigation by Repórter Brasil has found.

Chinese banks risk supporting soy-related deforestation, report finds
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Chinese banks risk supporting soy-related deforestation, report finds

China imports more than 60 percent of the world's soy, meaning that the country could play a major role in halting deforestation and slowing climate change if companies and banks focus on stopping deforestation to grow the crop.

EU demand siphons illicit timber from Ukraine, investigation finds
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EU demand siphons illicit timber from Ukraine, investigation finds

Lax due diligence by European companies is driving the illegal harvest of timber in Ukraine, one of the largest suppliers to the continent, according to a recent report.

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