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Australia’s Draft 2020 Integrated System Plan calls for More Pumped Hydro
Australia’s Draft 2020 Integrated System Plan (ISP) published earlier this month, intended to be an “actionable” roadmap for the efficient development of the National Electricity Market, calls for more pumped hydro in the system.
Australia’s Prime Minister Defends his Government’s Climate Policy as Fires Rage
Australia’s embattled Prime Minister defended his government’s climate policy Monday, as authorities warned the wildfires crisis ravaging the country’s most populous state could fester for months.
N.B. Legislature Introduces New Standing Committee on Climate Change
A new standing committee has been created by the New Brunswick legislature that will be responsible for government efforts on climate change and other environmental issues.
German Approves A Sweeping Package of Climate Policy Reforms
The German parliament on Friday formally approved a sweeping package of climate policy reforms, in a relief to Chancellor Angela Merkel's government as it faces growing pressure to take environmental action.
MPs Approve First Stage of Johnson's Brexit Legislation
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won approval for his Brexit deal in parliament, the first step towards fulfilling his election pledge to deliver Britain's departure from the European Union by 31 January after his landslide victory.
Andhra Pradesh Makes Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings
The state government has made Andhra Pradesh Energy Conservation Building Code (APECBC) mandatory to get building approvals for all commercial buildings with a plot area of 1,000 square metres or built-up area of 2,000 square metres.
U.S. Representative Introduced Energy Grid Security Bill
The Grid Modernization Research and Development Act of 2019 hopes to research a way to secure the U.S.’s power grid from natural disasters and cyberthreats. Americans want to have “working electricity to help keep them safe.”
New York’s Green New Deal Hangs in the Balance
The Legislature passed, and the governor signed the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, which sets binding mandates to get New York off of fossil fuels and directs much-needed support to communities hit first and worst by the climate crisis.
Progress for European Climate Law
The central thrust of the Green Deal is a relentless momentum towards making the EU climate neutral by 2050.
Queen's Speech: Government to Make Accelerating Net Zero Plans a Top Priority
On Thursday, December 19, 2019, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II delivered her 66th Queen’s Speech.
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