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Kimberly-Clark Zaps Emissions 27%, Doubles Target, Shrinks Fiber Use

Kimberly-Clark plans to double its greenhouse gas reduction target to 40% by 2022. The new goal was created due to the fact that the company exceeded its original 20% reduction...
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Cycling success may hold key to free up fifth of agricultural land

Making minor changes to how food is produced, supplied and consumed around the world could free up around a fifth of agricultural land, research suggests. Scientists have applied the British...
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E.ON Transitions 3.3 Million Customers To 100% Renewable Electricity At No Extra Cost

German electric utility E.ON, one of the UK’s largest renewable energy generators, announced Tuesday that it had transitioned all of its residential customers in Britain to 100% renewable electricity at...
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Australia urged to invest in recycling manufacturing after Indonesia sends rubbish back

Kickstart the domestic market so Asian countries rejecting Australian waste is no longer a problem, industry suggests  Australia’s waste industry says governments must invest in recycling manufacturing after Indonesia announced...
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How Renewable Energy Can Reduce Plastic Pollution

Plastic pollution is an epidemic of global proportions. Some sources estimate that 8 million metric tons of plastic enter the oceans each year, and the current projections are far from...
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Bolder bottle return scheme could be worth £2bn, say campaigners

Restricted scheme would have far less benefit to UK economy, government data suggests  The government has committed to introducing a deposit return scheme but has yet to decide on the...
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Kenya’s first coal plant construction paused in climate victory

Owners failed to assess environmental and community concerns, court rules, while US ambassador wades into debate in support of coal power  A campaigner in Nairobi carries a coffin during a...
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David Attenborough says it’s ‘extraordinary’ climate deniers are in power in Australia

Celebrated naturalist’s most vivid impression of human impact on the planet is Great Barrier Reef bleaching. David Attenborough has highlighted Australia as an “extraordinary” example of a country where people in...
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Pharma’s market: the man cleaning up Africa’s meat

In Namibia a country of meat-lovers, vital expertise is needed to stop livestock spreading diseases  Vetjaera Haakuria talks to his students at the market in Windhoek. Photograph: Linda Nordling Wreathed...
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France Will Soon Charge Ecotax On Most Flights

Tickets originating in France will carry a new fee between $1.70 and $20, which will help fund eco-friendly infrastructure like train networks. French officials announced a new “ecotax” on Tuesday...
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Paris declares ‘climate emergency’

Paris, which in 2015 hosted the signing of a historic agreement on fighting global warming, on Tuesday declared a climate emergency following similar moves by other cities and national parliaments....
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Dutch Retailer Ahold Delhaize Issues $681 Million Sustainability Bond

Dutch retailer Ahold Delhaize issued its first sustainability bond for €600 million, around 681 million in US dollars, with a term of six years. The company says that proceeds from...
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