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Drumroll. Latest Climate Change Performance Index: How your country is really doing

According to the NewClimate Institution and Germanwatch, no nation has of yet being able to achieve the Paris Agreement goals. The anticipated report shows the Climate Mitigation Efforts …

What is Net Zero, carbon & climate neutrality and why the race to zero emissions matters

What exactly is net-zero, carbon neutrality and climate neutrality and why is it important? Simply put, net-zero is the term given to not adding any new emissions into the atmosphere. Whilst emissio…

Green Recovery Priority in New EU Mammoth Budget Dubbed NextGenerationEU

The European Commission, the European Parliament and EU leaders have agreed on a coronavirus recovery plan which includes an increase of the climate action spending target to 30%. That is 30% of a mam…

Green investing gain strong support and momentum in Australia

Investment strategies that take climate change into account as a financial threat are becoming common practice for pension funds. According to the former head of Australian Cbus, David Atkin, the prac…

Hydrogen solution to net-zero home heating?

It was on the 27th of June 2019, that Chris Skidmore, the energy and clean growth minister signed a paper that committed the United Kingdom to reducing carbon emissions to almost nothing by 2050. If t…

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Lowering Methane Emissions Is The Fastest Way To Slow Global Heating- UN Report

The new UN report discovered that methane emissions can be halved by 2030 with existing technology and at a reasonable cost. A large proportion of the actions involved will actually make money

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Increasing Climate Change Promises are Moving the Needle

Recent and increasing promises concerning climate change made by major countries could bring the earth a fraction closer to the possibility of a more stable climate.

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Shocking results for nature’s climate change resilience – Retracing a century old wild life survey

When Berkely researchers following in the steps of Joseph Grinnell, a biologist who over a century ago developed a pioneering survey of California’s wildlife, began sampling birds and small mammals in the Mojave Desert, they expected the harsh conditions would magnify population changes driven by the climate crisis. “We knew …

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Tech billionaires’ Ironman approach to climate change vs. planting trees

3 of the 5 richest individuals in the world, are all aiming to create new technologies which can lower the world’s carbon emissions and fight climate change. What are the options?

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World First Net Zero Company Benchmark of the World’s Largest Corporate Emitters

Climate Action 100+, a $54 trillion investor coalition, released a report that evaluated several companies’ climate change performance.

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74% of Economists Says Net Zero Actions are Economically Desirable

The majority of the international climate economists polled in February stated they had become increasingly concerned about climate change over the past 5 years

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Climate science is undermined by toxic social media: Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences / Nobel Prize Summit

Every 8 days, we create the equivalent of a city the size of New York. Toxic social media undermines climate science and see to have you believe something else according to background paper to the upcoming Nobel Summit ‘Our Planet, Our Future’.

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‘Default Effect’ Sees Significant Green Energy Switch

Energy companies discover unexpected consumer behaviour result which could have a significant impact on global CO2 emissions.

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Poor Nutrition in Children Linked to Climate Change; First-of-its-kind Study

A first-of-its-kind, international study of 107,000 children finds that higher temperatures are an equal or greater contributor to child malnutrition and low quality diets than the traditional culprits of poverty, inadequate sanitation, and poor education.

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