From flash floods to forest fires, COP26 to carbon footprint lies, the devastating impact of climate change came into sharp focus this year.
Deckin' those halls, wrapping up presents and indulging in excess may seem like harmless festive fun, but Christmas hits the environment hard.
As the climate summit draws to a close in Glasgow, we reflect on the results. Did the necessary action rain down from above, or did it rise up from the streets?
...or are we past the point of no return? Gulp. On your marks, get set, read...
The Central American nation continues to take the world by surprise. President Nayib Bukele has announced an eco-friendly alternative to mining Bitcoin using electricity, instead choosing one of its 20 active volcanoes to do the job.
In short, it’s pretty bad. So bad, in fact, that Tesla will no longer accept Bitcoin, despite having invested over $1.5 billion in it. Thankfully, there are other digital currencies that put being green front and centre.