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Mercedes-Benz targets ‘carbon-neutral’ car portfolio by 2039

Mercedes-Benz’s parent company Daimler has committed to making all cars across the brand’s portfolio carbon-neutral within the next two decades, in a move it has described as a “fundamental transformation”...
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What you need to know about the bold new building laws in New York and D.C.

The District of Columbia and New York City both recently passed bold laws to meet their commitments to slash their greenhouse gas emissions in half in a little more than...
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<p>London scored highly due to its ambitions and actions around air pollution, electric mobility and green buildings</p>

London ranked among cities leading global climate action

London has been ranked as one of the 43 global cities leading the global charge on climate action and emissions reduction in a new league table compiled by CDP. London...
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The truth about reusable tote bags is more complicated than you might think. That doesn't mean you should stop using them.&nb

Are Plastic, Paper Or Reusable Bags Better For The Environment?

If you bring a tote bag to the grocery store, you’re not necessarily saving the planet. When you visit the supermarket, is it better for the planet to carry home...
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<p>230 of The Body Shop's UK stores are covered by the scheme</p>

The Body Shop launches in-store take-back scheme for plastic packaging

Health and beauty retailer The Body Shop has launched a multinational take-back scheme for its plastic packaging, after consumers voiced concerns that not all of the brand’s packaging is accepted...
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Scientists Say They Have Created An Environmentally Friendly Alternative To Styrofoam

Styrofoam is a perfect example of a capitalist economy run amok. One of thousands of compounds derived from petroleum, it has many wonderful uses. It’s a wonderful insulator, which makes...
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Los Angeles Green New Deal Will Change City’s Car Culture

California may be ground zero for car culture in the US, and Los Angeles may be the epicenter of car culture in the Golden State. It’s been that way since the end of World War II, actually. In fact, the era of easy personal mobility has engulfed the city and the surrounding area in endless […]
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World Bank signs geothermal investment agreement with Dominica, Caribbean

Starting a two-day visit to Dominica, World Bank Director for the Caribbean Tahseen Sayed signed today with Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit a US$27 million project to support the construction of a 7 MW small geothermal power plant in the Commonwealth of Dominica, which aims to increase the share of renewables, diversify the country’s energy matrix, […]
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What Is A Green Funeral Service And Why Are They Popular?

Green burials used to be popular in the 1800s. They are becoming more popular again. In fact, The New York Times recently reported that 54% of families are considering a green funeral. The Sudden Popularity of Green Funerals A green funeral service is an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional funerals. During a green funeral service, the body is […]
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India Renewable Energy Developers Line Up US$1 Billion Green Bonds

Two large private renewable energy developers in India are planning to raise US$500 million each through sale of green bonds. The move highlights the tightening flow of funds in the Indian market due to the sustained crisis in the banking sector. According to media reports, NYSE-listed Azure Power, one of India’s early entrants to the solar […]
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State-owned enterprises in Indonesia encouraged to optimize utilization of geothermal energy

In a written statement received last Friday (April 26), Executive Director of Indonesian Resource Studies (IRESS) Marwan Batubara enjoined state-owned enterprises (BUMN) to further optimize the use of geothermal power. This statement was issued in context of the 38.2% control of state-owned enterprises in the country’s geothermal potential and reserves, far below the ideal conditions […]
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The world’s first CO2 removal ‘marketplace’

In the UK, the marketplace for removal and capture methods has slowed, with Ministers facing continued criticism over their 2015 decision to axe a £1bn competition fund for carbon capture and storage (CCS) – a move which may cost the UK an additional £30bn if it is to meet its 2050 carbon targets. The same can’t be said for […]
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