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Self-driving buses and taxis to be in London and Edinburgh by 2021

The UK is to welcome self-driving buses and taxis into its transportation ecosystem, with London and Edinburgh set to host the autonomous vehicles by 2021 Autonomous travel remains a pipe...
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Flexible energy options will make power systems cheaper finds BNEF reports

Flexible energy options such as energy storage, smart-charging electric vehicles, demand response and interconnectors are needed to ensure that the energy transition proceeds on an optimal path, finds two new...
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UN, 2020 Olympics Plan to Advance Sustainability, SDGs

STORY HIGHLIGHTS The collaboration will enable the two bodies to leverage their platforms to begin conversations about the contributions of Tokyo 2020 to SDG implementation and the power of the...
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Brazil’s greenhouse gas emissions fall 2.3 percent in 2017

A civil society organization says greenhouse gas emissions in Brazil dropped last year mainly because of lower deforestation rates. The Observatorio do Clima, or Climate Observatory, is comprised of more...
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Great potential for geothermal energy utilisation in Munich, Germany

A recent article by German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung, writes that the joint seismic exploration of Erdwärme Grünwald and Stadtwerke München was very successful, at least for Pullacher Energiegesellschaft. Now several wells...
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Global demand for green buildings to grow ‘significantly’ by 2021

Poll of 2,000 construction sector participants across five continents points to growing demand for smart, efficient, green buildings in the coming years Global demand for green, smart, and efficient buildings...
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Australian Greens policy would outlaw thermal coal as it is ‘no longer compatible’ with human life

  The Australian Greens will propose a phase-out of thermal coal exports by 2030 in a significant strengthening of the party’s existing policy, which has focused on banning new mines....
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Private Investment Surges in Companies Working to Reduce Food Waste

  In the first 10 months of 2018, investors poured $125 million into U.S. companies whose mission is to prevent food from going to waste, according to a new report....
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20,000+ Students to UN: Publicize Key Facts to Protect Our Future

24,500 students representing every country in the EU have added their names to the list of young people fighting for a future for themselves and the earth. The students, who...
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France Looks to Curb Palm Oil and Beef Imports to Halt Deforestation

In a significant move to combat worldwide deforestation, the French government unveiled a national strategy on Wednesday that looks to curb imports of soybean, palm oil, beef and beef products,...
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Spanish lawmakers aim for 90% carbon cuts by 2050

By 2030, 70% of the country’s electricity could come from renewables. When Spain reached a deal to close most of its remaining coal mines, mining unions actually celebrated. And that’s...
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New US study reveals natural solutions can reduce global warming

Restoring the United States’ lands and coastal wetlands could have a much bigger role in reducing global warming than previously thought, according to the most comprehensive national assessment to date...
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