Tom Bawden

Tom Bawden is Energy and Resources Correspondent for The Independent and Evening Standard.

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Badger found shot in the abdomen is 'proof' that cull is inhumane, activists say

'Badger 41' died a slow and painful death, say experts

World needs an 'International Court on the Environment', International Bar Association says

We need new laws to preserver people's right to a healthy environment

Around 40,000 people marched in London including Emma Thompson and many marches were arranged around the world to demand urgent action on climate change

Climate change march: Investors pledge to take their money out of firms blamed for climate change

700 financial institutions with £30bn at their disposal join ‘dirty-energy divestment’ campaign

Lightning strikes over Poole Harbour during a thunderstorm

UK to face more extreme weather as climate change pushes temperatures up in the Arctic

Rising Arctic temperature is causing the jet stream to take a wavier path, which will lead to more storms

The People's Climate March in Delhi, India, yesterday

The People's Climate march: For 72 hours the world takes to the streets and tells leaders: 'Act now on climate change'

It promises to be an unparalleled demonstration of the world’s fury at its leaders’ continued failure to tackle climate change: an unprecedented statement by hundreds of thousands of people.

The Dark Snow Project’s most recent Greenland expedition has shown a rapid spread in heat-absorbing dark ice

Greenland’s dark snow may start global warming ‘feedback loop’

Leading expert on Greenland’s ice sheet says he was ‘stunned’ by recent changes

Leading scientists have said that man’s relationship with natural resources is “at a crossroads”

Leading climate scientists call on religious leaders to help save the environment

Scientists call for massive mobilisation inspired by the Vatican and other religions

Britain's peanut allergy sufferers have been put on high alert

Peanut allergy sufferers 'on alert' as walnut crops fail

Expert fears the fraudulent substitution of peanuts in food will kill people

The rising concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is also playing a role in enhancing tree growth

Climate change means rate of growth of trees has gone up by 77%

The speed at which trees grow has accelerated considerably since the 1960s – by as much as 77 per cent in the case of the beech – as climate change increases the temperature and lengthens the growing season, according to new research.

The Eden Project of exotic ecosystem-domes in Cornwall and hopes to prompt a 'tipping point' in climate action

Rich philanthropists urged to invest in ‘saving civilisation’ by putting money into fighting global warming instead of other green causes

Climate change  has the capacity to overwhelm efforts in other areas

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