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Government urged to set up $1bn fund to help farmers protect the environment

Long-awaited review says government should consider farming interests before listing threatened species  The federal government sought a review of environment laws amid concerns they are placing too great a burden...
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Alice, 9-Seat Electric Airplane, Gets Its 1st Buyer — Cape Air

The Paris air show is the place to be for modern electric urban air mobility (UAM) startups trying to get their technology in front of the competition in this new...
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Britain adopts 2050 net zero emissions target

Britain on Thursday became the world’s first major economy to adopt the tough new target of lowering fossil fuel emissions to a level of net zero by 2050. Energy and...
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Doctors call for nonviolent direct action over climate crisis

Governments have abrogated responsibility with woefully inadequate policies, says letter  The doctors are backing the school strike movement, which staged another march in London last Friday. Photograph: Guy Smallman/Getty Images...
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How to rethink Southeast Asia’s energy systems to meet climate goals

Southeast Asia is the only region in the world where coal’s share of the energy mix is growing. Eco-Business asked David Turk of the International Energy Agency what the region...
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India Formally Proposes Incentives For Electric Vehicles

The Indian government has formally proposed amendments to the country’s transport regulations to include incentives for electric vehicles.  EV charging image from Pexels The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways...
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UK’s biggest carbon capture project is step-change on emissions

Tata-owned Cheshire plant to turn 40,000 tonnes of CO2 a year into useful products  Biomass fuel produced at Drax power station in north Yorkshire. Photograph: Anna Gowthorpe/PA The UK’s biggest...
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How fashion companies can collaborate to tackle their biggest source of carbon pollution

The global apparel and retail industry is projected to grow 5 per cent each year, contributing to more pollution, waste and carbon emissions. How can the world’s biggest fashion brands...
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The World Surf League is pledging to eliminate single-use plastics and become carbon-neutral by the end of 2019

The World Surf League (WSL)  is known for being the authority for all things surfing, famous for showcasing the most talented professional surfers to the rest of the world. Now,...
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Investors With Over $34 Trillion Demand Climate Crisis Action

Money talks. And today it had something to say about the impending global climate crisis. Investors managing nearly half the world’s capital, more than $34 trillion in assets, demanded governments around...
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Renewables Beat Coal in the U.S. for the First Time This April

Earlier this month, a study found that the U.S. had more capacity installed for renewable energythan coal for the first time That potential is now being realized. The U.S. generated more electricity from renewable...
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Trash collecting device returned to Pacific garbage patch

A giant floating, trash collecting boom is en-route to return to the Pacific ocean after necessary repairs. Initially placed between California and Hawaii in 2018, the boom broke apart due to constant...
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