Bernard Looney, BP's new boss, has unveiled his plan to tackle the oil giant's carbon problem. Amidst a climate emergency, all the tough questions are being left to his successor to answer
London, Ushuaia - Argentina, 11 February 2020 – Scientists surveying chinstrap penguin colonies in the Antarctic have found that the impacts of climate change have led to drastic reductions of chinstraps in many colonies, with some declining by as much as 77% since they were last surveyed almost 50 years ago.
London, 10 February 2020. Today, a towering two-metre penguin ice sculpture appeared on the shores of the River Thames opposite St. Pauls Cathedral.
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London / Ushuaia, Argentina, 22 January 2020 - Award-winning actors and marine scientists on board two Greenpeace ships; the Esperanza and the Arctic Sunrise, have arrived in the Antarctic to expose how climate change, plastic pollution and industrial fishing are impacting penguin colonies, whales and other marine life in the region.