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Majority of UK Public Back 2030 Zero-Carbon Target – Poll

A majority of the UK public and almost half of Conservative voters support a radical plan to transform the economy and tackle the climate crisis, a poll suggests. YouGov found...
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This AI-Driven Energy Efficiency App in Madrid’s Metro Has Many Fans

When it comes to hyped technologies that could aid in the corporate fight against climate change, the blockchain and artificial intelligence are probably neck-in-neck. For those who view both with...
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Renewables Meet 50% of Electricity Demand on Australia’s Power Grid for First Time

Australia’s main electricity grid was briefly powered by 50% renewable energy this week in a new milestone that experts say will become increasingly normal. Data on the sources of power...
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Italy to Make Climate Change Study Compulsory in Schools

Italy will next year become the world’s first country to make it compulsory for schoolchildren to study climate change and sustainable development, Education Minister Lorenzo Fioramonti said. Fioramonti, from the...
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Here’s How Drones Are Being Used to Stop the Spread of Tropical Diseases

Satellite images, drone photos, and even Google Earth could help identify communities most at risk for schistosomiasis, one of the world’s worst tropical diseases, researchers report. A new study shows...
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Significant Renewable Energy Growth in U.S. Very Soon, New Estimates Predict

After revising its three-year U.S. power forecast, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has predicted major declines for fossil fuels and nuclear power alongside strong growth in renewables by 2022,...
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Why the Fight Against Nature Loss Should Be a Business Priority

Nature is essential to both global economic prosperity and individual business success. We cannot have a sustainable future for people and economies if we do not address nature, climate and people...
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Ross Garnaut: Three Policies Will Set Australia on a Path to 100% Renewable Energy

Australia could set a path to 100% renewable electricity, a highly reliable grid and significantly cheaper wholesale prices than today by introducing a handful of policies consistent with the Morrison...
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Research Shows Consumers Willing to Pay Up to 5% More for Environmentally Friendly Products

Toluna, a consumer intelligence provider, has issued a new report highlighting consumer desire to support brands that protect the environment. The report, which surveyed 1,000 US consumers, follows on the...
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Smart Cities: World’s Best Don’t Just Adopt New Technology, They Make It Work for People

Cities are fast becoming “smart”, and the impact on people’s lives can be immense. Singapore’s smart traffic cameras restrict traffic depending on volume, and ease the commute of thousands of passengers every...
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This Is How Robots and Automation Have Actually Increased the Need for Highly-Skilled Workers

Since the early 1980s, technology has reduced the demand for low and medium-skill workers, the young, and women, especially in manufacturing industries. The column investigates which technologies have had the...
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New York City to Ban Foie Gras

New Yorkers will have to say au revoir to foie gras come 2022. This week, the New York City Council voted overwhelmingly (42-6) in favor of a bill that will...
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