Milena Maglovski

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Energy Efficiency and Renewables are Instrumental for Countries in the Greater Horn of Africa to Provide Energy for all

Energy infrastructure in the greater Horn of Africa has struggled to keep pace with a fast-growing population, creating a formidable hurdle for the region’s buoyant economies that can best be overcome through...

Energy Crisis Forces More Ambition in EU Green Buildings Law

Soaring energy prices are mounting pressure on Europe to renovate its ageing, inefficient buildings as governments scramble to protect citizens from rising utility bills. Europe’s buildings are responsible for 40 per cent of...

What You Need to Know About Combatting Food Loss and Waste

As the world searches for ways to counter the climate crisis, experts are turning to food systems for solutions. Research from the IPCC shows that food loss and waste is responsible for...

How is Air Quality Measured?

Air pollutants come from a variety of sources, including human-caused emissions – like fossil fuel use in vehicles and cooking – and natural sources, such as dust storms and smoke from wildfires...

Agriculture Commissioner Lends Support for new EU-Wide Fertilisers Strategy

EU Agriculture Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski has offered tentative support to creating an EU-wide fertilisers strategy to help protect farmers against potential future shortages. A potential initiative to boost domestic production of fertilisers to...

Renewable Energy Jobs Hit 12.7 Million Globally

Worldwide renewable energy employment reached 12.7 million last year, a jump of 700,000 new jobs in one year despite the lingering effects of COVID-19 and the growing energy crisis, according to a...

What Role Can Young People Play in Tackling the Climate Crisis?

The impacts of the climate crisis are already widespread: from increased floods, droughts and wildfires to more devastating storms and temperature extremes. Scientists estimate the world is experiencing a global temperature increase of...

EU Lawmakers Vote to Include Maize, Meat Imports in Anti-Deforestation Rules

The European Parliament has voted to extend the agricultural goods covered by the bloc’s new law against imports linked to deforestation to include maize, poultry and pig meat in a move hailed...

Greenpeace: Our transport system is fuelling the multiple crises we’re facing

With extreme heat, floods and fires, the highest inflation in decades, unprecedented energy price-hikes, a looming energy shortfall and a war on European soil, the world feels like it’s at a crossroads....

Five Cities Tackling Air Pollution

Air pollution has been called the most-pressing environmental health crisis of our time, responsible for an estimated 7 million premature deaths every year. Approximately nine in 10 people around the world breathe...

Carbon neutral and net zero – what do they mean?

Whether we’re buying a coffee, booking a vacation or making investments, the jargon around sustainability can be confusing and overwhelming, making it hard to know if we’re making the right choices. In this...

Extreme Weather in China Highlights Climate Change Impacts and Need for Early Warnings

Extreme weather – record-breaking heatwaves, severe drought, and deadly rainfall – have battered China since June. The summer of extremes – in China as in Europe – has underlined the importance of...

Rhino poaching and illegal trade decline but remain critical threats – new report

Overall rhino poaching rates have declined since 2018, and trade data suggests the lowest annual estimate of rhino horns entering illegal trade markets since 2013, according to a new report by the...

Businesses Have a Role to Play in Achieving Global Food Security. This is What They Can Do

Ores mined in war zones have long been subject to heightened attention when it comes to sustainability and reputational risks. Yet in 2022, it is the production and sourcing of ‘soft’ commodities,...

Climate Change Driving Unprecedented Forest Fire Loss

Forest fires supercharged by climate change are burning twice as much global tree cover as 20 years ago, according to data published on Wednesday (17 August) showing the equivalent of 16 football pitches...

France Plans Fashion Revolution With Climate-Impact Labels

Is it better for the environment if you buy a brand-new cotton T-shirt or a recycled one? Well, it depends. Recycling has apparent benefits, but the process shortens cotton fibres and so usually has...

Milena Maglovski

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