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Signs Show We've Passed a Global Warming Tipping Point In Australia's Burning Forests
As extreme wildfires burn across large swaths of Australia, scientists say we're witnessing how global warming can push forest ecosystems past a point of no return.
New Research Shows Montreal Protocol Has Reduced The Global Rise in Temperatures
By 2050 global temperatures will be, on average, 1°C (1.8°F) lower than they would have been without the ozone-protection agreement.
Britons Reach Africans’Annual Carbon Emissions in Just Two Weeks
The average British person will have emitted more carbon dioxide in the first two weeks of this year than a citizen of any one of seven African nations does in an entire year.
Climate Change Can ‘Supercharge’ Wildfires in Australia for Extreme Heat And Drought
Climate change can increase the chances that areas prone to wildfires see both record high temperatures and drought simultaneously, creating the potential to ”supercharge” the wildfires in Australia after 2019's record-high temperatures.
The U.S. Is The Global Leader on CCS Deployment with 10 Large-scale Facilities
There are now 19 large-scale CCS in operation globally, four under construction, and 28 in various stages of development. The facilities pipeline has replenished over the past 24 months, with close to 100 million tonnes of CO2 annual capture capacity.
How to Harness Industrial Energy Efficiency Against Climate Change ?
At a time when the world is battling unprecedented drought, bushfires, rising sea levels and water shortages, reducing energy use across industry is one powerful way to fight climate change in the immediate term.
Siemens Signs Smart Energy Scheme Deal With Saudi's Tarshid to Reduce Co2 Emission
Siemens is turning buildings and organizations in the Kingdom into high performing assets by maximizing efficiency, minimizing costs and reducing environmental impact.
Britain's Zero-Carbon Power Outstrips Fossil Fuels in 2019
Britain, the birthplace of coal power, produced more electricity from zero-carbon sources such as wind, solar and nuclear than from fossil fuel plants for the first time in 2019, National Grid said on Wednesday.
Climate Change Could Make Many Companies' Assets Worthless
Carney, due to become the United Nations’ special envoy for climate change next year when he steps down from the bank, told BBC radio that global warming could render the assets of many financial companies worthless.
Fine Dust Emissions Down 36 pct on Coal Plant Capture
South Korea's fine dust emissions from coal-based power plants moved down 36 percent in the first three weeks of December from a year earlier, data showed Monday, after the country scaled down the operations of such plants for winter.
UN Green Climate Fund Approves North Korea's First Project $ 752,000
The fund will help North Korea improve its "readiness" to tackle climate change, Yonhap News Agency said in the report on Friday citing the GCF as saying.
Chinese Industrial City to Further Cut Coal Consumption
Harbin, capital city of Heilongjiang Province in China's northeastern industrial heartland, is planning to further reduce its coal consumption to curb pollution.
The Fracking Industry’s Methane Problem is a Climate Problem
While carbon dioxide—deservedly—gets a bad rap when it comes to climate change, about 40 percent of global warming actually can be attributed to the powerful greenhouse gas methane, according to the 2013 IPCC report.
Ditching Coal for Renewables would Cut Carbon and Costs
In Indonesia, a major producer and consumer of coal, politicians often argue that continued reliance on the highly polluting fossil fuel remains an economic necessity.
Anglo American Pledges to Align Lobbying with Paris Agreement
Activist investors celebrate after mining giant promises to realign all its lobbying activity, including that done on its behalf by industry associations, with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
600-gallon Oil Spill Left Parts of the Galapagos Islands
The spill is reportedly the result of an error at a port on San Cristobal Island. An accident saw a crane collapse as it was loading a barge with a container carrying an electric generator.
100% Wind, Water, & Solar Energy Can & Should be The Goal, Costs Less
The message from the COP 25 conference in Spain is that the world must rapidly decarbonize or face an existential crisis. No fooling. We have to slash carbon emissions by 55% over the next 10 years or we are all dead ducks.
Only the Atom, Not Fossil Gas, can Deliver Robust Climate Action
The pursuit of a solution to climate change via the route of fossil gas is a needless and harmful detour, writes Agneta Rising, director general of World Nuclear Association.
Environment Minister:Japan Reduces Its Dependence on Coal
Koizumi spoke at a presser in Tokyo, on the criticism from the international community and nonprofits over Japan's insufficient environmental goals to address climate change.
Poland Close to Scrapping Brown Coal Mine Project for Climate Change
Poland is considering scrapping plans to develop an open-pit lignite coal mine in central Poland, due to rising costs of burning the fossil fuel and stricter EU climate policies, two sources familiar with the situation said.
EU Finalizes 'Green Deal' for Clean Energy Investment
The European Union (EU) on Dec. 16 announced an agreement among its member states on rules involving the financing of green energy projects.
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UK Must Step up Climate Action, Says Parliamentary
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was told today in a letter from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) that the UK had so far "fallen short" in its commitments to tackle greenhouse gas emissions.
Scientists have Designed Super Sponges to Soak up Oil spills
Scientists have found a way to super-charge sponges to help clean up micro-pollutants leftover from oil spills.
Fossil Fuel Companies Claim They're Helping Fight Climate Change, But they didn't
With these goals in mind, a climate-minded investor should look for companies to commit to net-zero emissions by a specific date, outline a business model consistent with that target...
Scottish Faces 'Policy paradox' Over Support for North Sea Oil and Climate Crisis
The Scottish Government faces a “policy paradox” over its continued support for North Sea oil and gas extraction while also attempting to meet its ambitious commitment to net zero carbon emissions by 2045, a report has found.
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