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We need a new litmus test for energy innovation

On Oct 29, 2020
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On Oct 29, 2020
@EnergyCollectiv shared
We need a new litmus test for #energy innovation https://t.co/pi967t8Arf https://t.co/V4f4pMHixN
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We need a new litmus test for energy innovation

We need a new litmus test for energy innovation

Time is running out to pick and choose between different solutions

Chancellor to announce £3bn green recovery as part of coronavirus strategy

Chancellor to announce £3bn green recovery as part of coronavirus strategy

Many publications in the UK report that the chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to announce a £3bn green investment package to aid the country’s recovery from coronavirus.

8 Environment and Development Stories to Watch in the New Make-or-Break Decade

8 Environment and Development Stories to Watch in the New Make-or-Break Decade

The world was not kind to the environment over the past decade, the warmest in recorded history. Superstorm Sandy caused more than $70 billion of damages in the United States. Cities like ...

Reversing the climate crisis

Reversing the climate crisis

It’s not too late to take decisive action on mad-made climate change, writes Hans Bruyninckx.

Managers Of $40 Trillion Make Plans To Decarbonize The World

Managers Of $40 Trillion Make Plans To Decarbonize The World

The IIGCC is a European group of global pension funds and investment managers, totaling over 1,200 members in 16 countries, who control more than $40 trillion in assets (€33 trillion). They ...

What climate change means for the 22nd century

What climate change means for the 22nd century

Even if we end carbon emissions, we're in for a world of change. Here's how bad -- and how good -- we expect it to get.

A Year of Climate Change Evidence: Notes from a Science Reporter’s Journal

A Year of Climate Change Evidence: Notes from a Science Reporter’s Journal

2018 was filled with new evidence and warnings of the high risks and costs of climate change that could help tip the world toward climate action.

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Thinking about a path to sustainable development.

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It seeks to ensure that this transition is socially fair – not leaving any EU citizens or regions behind – and enhances the competitiveness of EU economy and industry on global markets, ...

The Time to Save the Climate Is Now

The Time to Save the Climate Is Now

A report recently released by the UN strongly suggests that the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius could be impossible to achieve. Researchers are now warning of a ...

Earth Day reflections: What we have to celebrate, and the substantial—but surmountable—challenges we still face

Earth Day reflections: What we have to celebrate, and the substantial—but surmountable—challenges we still face

Earth Day provides a time to reflect both on past environmental successes and future challenges. We have many successes to celebrate, though unfortunately a great number of challenges still ...

The interaction of fire and mankind: Introduction†

The interaction of fire and mankind: Introduction†

A combination of factors, including the problem of invasive plants, landscape change, climate change, population growth, human health, economic, social and cultural attitudes that may be ...

Microsoft, Nestlé and BlackRock put climate action centre stage at Davos

Microsoft, Nestlé and BlackRock put climate action centre stage at Davos

This week’s gathering of business leaders and government heads in Davos for the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting is a major date in the sustainable business calendar, with big ...

Climate Action Through Biomimicry:

Climate Action Through Biomimicry:

The tagline for this year’s Biomimicry Global Design Challenge, “Design° for People + Planet,” asks participants to look at what degree of change they will make for a particular SDG, using ...