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UK Unveils New Climate Target
Nuclear Industry Says UK Climate Goal at Risk
The UK will miss its goal of net zero carbon by 2050 unless it finds a way to finance nuclear power stations, the nuclear industry has said.
UK Carbon Emissions Fall 28 Per Cent in a Decade, New Data Shows
UK carbon emissions fell by almost three per cent last year, topping off a decade of deep decarbonisation which has left CO2 at its lowest level since the English Football League was founded in 1888, fresh analysis released today indicates.
Non-hydro Renewables Provided 11.6% of US Electricity in 2019
Renewable energy sources (i.e., biomass, geothermal, hydropower, solar, wind) accounted for 18.2% of net domestic electrical generation in the US during 2019.
Nearly Seven million Trees Chopped Making way for Wind Farms Across north of Scotland
Almost seven million trees have been felled in the north of Scotland to make way for onshore wind farms since the year 2000, according to new figures from the land commission.
Fossil Fuel Companies Have Had Even Worse Impact on Climate Change
The oil and gas industry has had a far worse impact on the climate than previously believed, according to a study indicating that human emissions of fossil methane have been underestimated by up to 40%.
Warren’s $3 Trillion Climate Change Plan
White House candidate, Senator Elizabeth Warren has put forward what is said to be "one of the most aggressive, detailed and wide-ranging plans for combating climate change," according to the MIT Technology Review.
BP Wants To Slash Carbon Emissions, But Has No Plan For Doing That
There is an old expression that says, “If you fail to plan, you have a plan to fail.” It’s good to have goals, but plans are what make achieving those goals possible.
Can BP Become Carbon Neutral?
BP’s new chief executive Bernard Looney outlined an ambitious new objective on Wednesday to make the oil giant carbon-neutral by 2050 - the most exacting sustainability promise made by any major oil company.
German Energy Leaders Seek Federal Support for Low Carbon Transition
A leading German energy association and regional energy minister both called for increased German federal support in meeting the country’s decarbonisation goals.
World's Carbon Emissions Flatline as Rich Nations Ditch Coal for Wind and Solar
Wind and solar expansion helped bring an unexpected stall to the growth of global energy-related CO2 emissions last year, said the International Energy Agency (IEA) as it urged the world to make sure 2019 is a “peak and not a pause”.
Nordics Bet on Advanced Biofuels to Suit Carbon Neutrality Ambitions
Scandinavian governments have raised the bar in their commitment to becoming carbon neutral and several companies have responded by developing new technologies to harness forest resources...
Dwindling Arctic Sea Ice May Affect Tropical Weather Patterns
A new study finds a possible link between Arctic warming and more frequent El Niños in the Central Pacific.
Power Plant Emissions Down 47% Under the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
This first-in-the-nation regional effort to lower carbon emissions from power plants is actually a cap-and-invest program. Power plants buy emission allowances through quarterly auctions for the right to pollute above a set cap.
Japan Minister Seeks Review of Coal-fired Plant in Vietnam
In the face of international pressure regarding the building of coal-fired power plants, Japan's environment minister on Friday called on the government to reconsider plans to finance such a plant in Vietnam.
IEA: Big Oil Must Pump Up Clean Energy Spend To Slow Climate Crisis
Fossil fuel industry failure to be 'firmly and fully on board' shift to renewables threatens sector's long-term profitability, says report.
Adnoc Signs Deal With Italy's Eni to Collaborate on Carbon Capture Research
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company signed a strategic framework agreement with Italy’s energy company Eni to explore opportunities to collaborate on carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS).
Everyone Is Talking About Carbon Offsets. So How To Reduce Carbon?
Flying less is a great way to reduce your personal carbon footprint — but for people who rely on air travel to visit their families and perform their jobs, this might not be a feasible option.
How Solar Geoengineering Could Mitigate Climate Change And Poverty
As the world’s experts race to find ways to combat climate change, new findings reveal that an experimental process to redirect the sun’s energy could mitigate both climate change and global income inequality.
U.S. Presidential Election: Climate Is A Top Priority
Another climate action “first” this year will be the 2020 U.S. Presidential election. Never before has climate change featured as a top priority for American politicians and voters, says Arnault Barichella writing for the IFRI Centre for Energy & Climate.
Microsoft Promise to Sequestered More Carbon Than It Has Ever Emitted by 2050
Tech giant Microsoft has today unveiled one of the most sweeping sustainability strategies in corporate history, promising it will become a 'carbon negative' organisation by 2030, including throughout its entire supply chain.
Climate Change Is a Planetary Emergency — How Can We Avert Disaster?
We have already crossed a number of 'tipping points' in the Earth system; vital thresholds beyond which irreversible and catastrophic consequences for all life on this planet will ensue.
BlackRock：Climate Change Will Drive A "Fundamental Reshaping of Finance"
Concerns about climate change will drive a "fundamental reshaping of finance", one of the world's biggest money managers has said. Larry Fink, who runs BlackRock, said the shift will happen "sooner than most anticipate".
New Diesel Cars’Pollution Spike to 1,000 Times Normal Levels in Tests
The dangerous spikes in particles can instantly stress the heart and are a result of the diesel vehicles cleaning their filters, which may occur in urban areas, last for up to 15km, and are effectively ignored by official emissions tests.
Climate Change Could Lead to More Injuries And Deaths
Injuries like drownings, falls, and assaults could kill up to an additional 2,135 people each year in the US as climate change continues to cause unusual temperature swings.
Thermodynamic Geoengineering —— The Solution to Global Warming!
A planet that runs on water has been the dream of mankind for centuries and the nightmare of the fossil fuel and nuclear power industries.Thermodynamic geoengineering (TG) turns the dream into a reality.
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