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California Becomes First State to Require Solar on New Homes

Sunny California is officially the first state in the nation to require solar panels on most new homes. The California Building Standards Commission unanimously confirmed the standards during a vote...
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Sustainable Blue Economy Conference Concludes with 62 Commitments

28 November 2018: The Sustainable Blue Economy Conference concluded with hundreds of pledges to advance a sustainable Blue Economy, including 62 concrete commitments related to: marine protection; plastics and waste...
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Green Banks Mobilize US$41 Billion for Clean Energy Ahead of 2019 Target

28 November 2018: At the Sixth Annual Green Bank Congress in Shanghai, the Green Bank Network announced that its members closed transactions that are expected to mobilize US$41 billion in...
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Trends In Food Packaging Drive Sustainable Business Mainstream

  It’s hard to miss the growing conversation around single-use plastics in food packaging – you may have heard of The War on Straws, or seen reports on the Great...
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Third runway: Heathrow unveils plan for ‘carbon neutral’ growth

Airport reveals plans to incentivise electric flight and sustainable fuels on its runways, while investing in peatland restoration and lobbying for stronger global climate action   Heathrow Airport has unveiled...
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‘We are last generation that can stop climate change’ – UN summit

  The UN climate change summit begins on Monday with a warning that today’s generation is the last that can prevent catastrophic global warming, as well as the first to...
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Waste To Energy: The Next Step After Banning Single-Use Plastics

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,...
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Over 40 per cent of world’s coal plants now loss-making, analysis finds

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...
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‘More, faster and together’: 50 CEOs urge world leaders for ambitious climate policy

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...
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4 Reasons Why the EU’s New Net-Zero Emissions Plan Could Be A Game-Changer

Today the European Commission adopted a long-term strategy for achieving a prosperous, modern and climate-neutral economy by 2050, called “A Clean Planet for All.” Given the European Union’s role in...
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These deep-sea microbes eat greenhouse gases

They may devour oil spills, too. Hope you’re hungry little guys, we have a lot to feed you. What an amazing planet we live on. It’s funny, being humans we...
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Biggest coral reseeding project launches on Great Barrier Reef

Scientists have launched the largest-ever attempt to regenerate coral on the endangered Great Barrier Reef by harvesting millions of the creatures’ eggs and sperm during their annual spawning. The researchers...
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