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Warren’s $3 Trillion Climate Change Plan
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 chan
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
28 Years Ago, Big Oil Predicted Carbon Tax was Necessary to Stop Global Warming
As far back as 1991, the Canadian arm of Exxon Mobil Corp.’s empire anticipated that a high tax on carbon emissions would be necessary to maintain a stable cli
Is Carbon Pricing the Key to a Clean Energy Future?
The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) has proposed incorporating the social cost of carbon into the wholesale price of electricity.
Fossil Fuel Use Continues to Push Up CO2 Emissions
Global carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels and industry are expected to grow slowly in 2019 due to a decline in the use of coal, according to a study by
Global CO2 Emissions From Coal Down This Year
Global emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) from coal-fired power plants and industrial facilities fell in 2019, according to research published Dec. 3, though ove
Without the Enforcement of Environmental Laws, Oil Infrastructure Projects in Timor-Leste Come at a Cost
Ignoring environmental laws in Timor-Leste to build a petroleum infrastructure project could mean serious problems for communities including environmental destr
As Climate Warnings Grow Dire, Energy Companies Face A 'New Frontier Of Threats'
But in the coming months, the Interior Department will sell leases to companies that intend to drill for oil and gas in the refuge's coastal plain.
Japan's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fall to Record Low in 2018/19
Japan’s greenhouse gas emissions fell 3.6% to a record low in the year to March 2019, government figures showed on Friday, thanks to growing use of renewable e
Nuclear Forms Part of Climate Change Solution, Says European Parliament
The European Parliament yesterday adopted a resolution on COP25 - the 25th Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention o
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Nordics Bet on Advanced Biofuels to Suit Carbon Neutrality Ambitions
Nuclear Power Does Slow Climate Change
Koizumi Gives Up Pledge to Curb Coal ‘Addiction’ Due to Opposition
Dwindling Arctic Sea Ice May Affect Tropical Weather Patterns
Power Plant Emissions Down 47% Under the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
World's Carbon Emissions Flatline as Rich Nations Ditch Coal for Wind and Solar