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November 30, 2018
In October of this year, the European Parliament voted in favor of a ban of the ten most notorious single-use plastics that harm our planet and marine life, including straws, plastic cutlery and cotton buds. The vote also committed to a move towards a circular economy – recognizing the inherent value of the 2.12 billion...
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More than 40 per cent of world’s coal plants already running at a loss, making new renewables projects ever more competitive, Carbon Tracker analysis finds A sizeable chunk of the world’s coal-fired power plants are already running at a loss, and in many cases it would be cheaper to build new sources of renewable energy...
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Heads of firms boasting $1.5tr in revenue highlight urgent need for collaboration with governments to accelerate shift to low carbon economy CEOs of 50 major global companies representing more than $1.5tr in revenue have urged world leaders to collaborate more closely with the private sector in order to rapidly speed up the transition towards a...
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