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With clock ticking on 2020 deforestation pledges, 5 ideas for sourcing palm oil sustainably

Progress towards sustainable palm oil production is slowly moving forward, even as reports of labor and human rights abuses, devastating loss of rainforest and peatlands, and critically endangered species dominate the new headlines about the world’s No. 1...
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UK in deal to unlock offshore wind boom and green jobs

Offshore wind is set to provide more than 30 per cent of UK electricity by 2030 after the government today launched a landmark deal with the renewables industry. The Offshore Wind Sector Deal is intended to cement Britain’s position as a global leader in the market – it is currently the largest in Europe – and for the first […]
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WWF calls for a New Deal for Nature and People at the Fourth UN Environmental Assembly

It is clear we are failing to address nature loss; Biodiversity continues to decline, with devastating consequences. Global wildlife populations have declined on average by 60 per cent in the past 40 years. This is a warning sign that nature is in a state of emergency. Each year, around US$125 trillion worth of ecosystem services […]
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A takeaway without the plastic waste?

One project in Bristol is linking scientists with takeaways to solve their plastic container problem.        
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Grid-Scale Solar Power Tripled In Australia In 2018 As Renewables Met 20% Of Energy Output

Green Energy Markets publishes a monthly Renewable Energy Index “to assist the Australian community in understanding the role and contribution of renewable energy to meeting our energy needs while also...
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IBM chemists have found a faster way to recycle plastics, even stuff coated with residue

In early January, the 107-year-old company revealed it was awarded more than 9,100 patents in 2018. That’s more than any other company — and that’s a distinction IBM has claimed for 26...
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With clock ticking on 2020 deforestation pledges, 5 ideas for sourcing palm oil sustainably

Progress towards sustainable palm oil production is slowly moving forward, even as reports of labor and human rights abuses, devastating loss of rainforest and peatlands, and critically endangered species dominate the new headlines about the world’s No. 1...
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Agrochemist doubles the speed of organic substance decomposition in the soil

Credit: Allen Dressen A RUDN agrochemist provides a detailed description of decomposition of organic substances in soil under the influence of carbon-bearing additives. In the course of the study, the...
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New Southern Energy Installs First Commercial Floating Solar Farm in Africa

African renewable energy company, New Southern Energy, has installed a state of the art microgrid solution at Marlenique Farm, owned by the Van der Merwe Family of the renowned Boplaas in Ceres. The...
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Chemical noses to detect and rid pollutants

Scientists across Europe are joining forces to develop next-gen “chemical noses” that will detect and rid pollutants from the environment as part of a collaborative €2.9 million Horizon2020 FET-OPEN project...
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Azuri GrowFast solar irrigation system named winner of UN Uganda renewable energy fund

GrowFast, the pay-as-you-go solar irrigation solution from Azuri Technologies, has been named a winner of the Uganda renewable energy fund launched by the UN CleanStart programme and Embassy of Sweden. Patrick...
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Is Illinois America’s Next Clean Energy Leader?

The Clean Energy Jobs Act that was introduced Thursday would move Illinois to 100 percent renewable energy by 2050 and make the state a national leader in clean energy and climate action....
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