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Global Centre on Adaptation Africa to Drive Climate Change Agenda
Eni Restructures Company to Lead Energy Transition
Italian oil major Eni announced Thursday it will undergo a structural transformation in the coming weeks, to become “a leader in the energy transition,”
Shell Selects Bureau Veritas to Reduce Emissions from Global Operations
Global energy company Shell has signed a deal with technology and certification services firm Bureau Veritas for the provision of solutions to help the company to reduce its carbon footprint from global operations.
Here's How to Decarbonize Industry and Fight Climate Change
Cars can increase fuel efficiency by replacing steel with aluminum, carbon fiber or other strong, lightweight materials.
Helping China Cut Carbon Emissions isn't a Financial Game Every Business Can Play
China is the world's largest consumer of coal, and accounts for nearly half of global investment in renewable energy.
EI Sets Initial Science-Based Targets to Reduce GHG Emissions
The UK chartered professional membership body Energy Institute has set initial science-based targets to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions.
NWMO to Begin Field Studies at Canadian Repository Site
The Canadian Radioactive Waste Management Organisation (NWMO) will focus its activities in South Bruce, Ontario on safety and protecting the environment, the organisation said last week in an update to local stakeholders.
COP 26: New Date Agreed for UN Climate Summit in Glasgow
A new date has been agreed for an international climate change summit in Glasgow.
Spain's New Climate Law to Ban New Coal, Oil and Gas Projects
Teresa Ribera, the vice president and Minister of Ecology in Spain, has announced the country's new proposed net-zero carbon plan.
IEA Commends Austria's Efforts to Accelerate its Clean Energy Transition
Austria is committed to reaching carbon neutrality by 2040 at the latest – 10 years earlier than the goal set by the European Union.
Microsoft: ‘carbon-Negative’ by 2030 even for Supply Chain
Microsoft is pledging to become 100% “carbon-negative” by 2030 by removing more carbon from the environment than it emits.
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Mitsubishi Shipbuilding to Pilot World’s First Marine Carbon-Capture System
Google Sets Unprecedented Goal to Tap Only Renewable Power by 2030
BP to Support Microsoft in Meeting 2025 Renewable Energy Targets
Facebook Aims Net Zero Emission for Entire Value Chain by 2030
China's National Oil Companies Outline Early Green Energy Plans
Golar Power Becomes Hygo Energy Transition