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UK Kicks Off Climate Week NYC with Ambitious Commitments
Role of Biofuels Examined in the Decarbonisation of Shipping
The report The Role of Sustainable Biofuels in the Decarbonisation of Shipping: The findings of an inquiry into the sustainability and availability of biofuels for shipping at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP25) currently underway in Madrid.
Japan Companies Show Off Carbon-Free Tech as Tokyo Clings to Coal
While the Japanese government weathers criticism at a United Nations climate conference over its failure to renounce coal, the country's private sector is using the event to showcase technologies that can make a carbon-free society possible.
Koizumi Gives Up Pledge to Curb Coal ‘Addiction’ Due to Opposition
Environment Minister Shinjiro Koizumi delivers a speech at the U.N. Climate Change Conference (COP25) in Madrid on Dec. 11. (Provided by the Environment Ministry)
EU Leaves Poland Out of 2050 Climate Deal After Standoff
The European Union left Poland out of a 2050 climate neutrality agreement on Friday after hours of summit haggling with three poorer eastern member states that demanded more funds for economic transition and support for nuclear power.
Coal Pollution in the Western Balkans is a European Problem
Sixteen coal plants in the Western Balkans pollute as much as the entire EU fleet of 250 units, causing sickness and deaths across the continent. It’s high time to take action, write Viola von Cramon and Petros Kokkalis.
Institutional Investors Urge Greater Climate Ambition
The largest-ever group of investors has called on governments to phase out thermal coal power worldwide, put a price on carbon, end subsidies for fossil fuels, and strengthen nationally-determined contributions.
Canadian Oilsands Firm Denied Its Own Science On Climate Change
While Imperial Oil was calling the link between fossil fuels and global warming an ‘unproven hypothesis,’ internal reports had confirmed the connection.
South Korea Shuts Down 10 Coal-Fired Power Plants to Curb Pollution
The shutdown comes after the government said last month it would idle up as much as 15 coal-fired power plants between December and February, while its remaining plants are expected to supply sufficient power.
COP25 Energy Action Day Drives Climate-proofing of Global Energy Systems
This comment by Karol Gobczynsk, Head of Climate and Energy of the INGKA Group during the Energy Action Event in Madrid on 7 December typifies the dramatic change in the energy landscape which is currently underway.
Energy Developers on the Hunt for New Fuels
Energy firm Scottish Power is to construct solar projects for the first time to maximise onshore renewable energy potential in the UK and Ireland, it announced yesterday.
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