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19 05 2020 | 07:48

Germany Raises 2030 Offshore Wind Target to 20 GW.

German federal government, the coastal states, and the transmission system operators have signed a joint agreement to raise Germany’s offshore wind capacity target from 15 GW to 20 GW by 2030.…

19 05 2020 | 07:41

We’re running out of time to flatten the curve — for climate change

f any image has singularly captured the public’s attention during the coronavirus pandemic, it has been The Curve. The graph charts the incidence of new cases — and by extension, the use of hospital…

19 05 2020 | 07:30

World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Dumps $3 Billion in Fossil Fuels.

Norway’s $1 trillion wealth fund is doubling down on its climate action by making deeper cuts to its fossil fuel exposure.

19 05 2020 | 07:28

Unusual warmth pours over North Pole, potentially jump-starting melt season for Arctic ice.

Climate Signals Summary: The Arctic is warming two to three times faster than the rest of the world, which accelerates sea ice melt, and that melt actually further contributes to 

19 05 2020 | 07:15

Hydrogen will be ‘central’ to energy system integration, EU says.

Hydrogen will be a “central element” in the Energy System Integration Strategy that the European Commission will present in June, the EU’s energy chief kadri Simson has said.

19 05 2020 | 07:04

BNP Paribas accelerates exit from coal in all OECD countries by 2030.

French bank BNP Paribas has announced it has expanded its target to end the use of coal by its electricity-producing customers by the end of 2030 to all OECD countries.

18 05 2020 | 12:56

PV module recyclers aiming for high-purity material recovery.

France’s National Institute for Solar Energy takes a look at the state of play in the European solar panel recycling industry.

18 05 2020 | 12:52

These Countries Are Leading the Transition to Sustainable Energy.

What does COVID-19 mean for the energy transition? While lockdowns have caused a temporary fall in CO2 emissions, the pandemic risks derailing recent progress in addressing the world's energy…

18 05 2020 | 12:50

'Ozone Friendly' Chemicals Are Polluting the Environment.

The Montreal Protocol of 1987 committed nations around the world to stop using the chlorofluorocarbons (CFC) that created a hole in the ozone layer.

18 05 2020 | 12:48

Five reasons why now is a good time for a fee on carbon emissions.

Dividends can benefit consumers while building momentum towards renewables A world emerging from economic lockdown can seize the opportunity to return to growth on a sustainable path, by introducing…

18 05 2020 | 12:47

Rockefeller fund reveals case study of success after divestment from fossil fuels.

Five years on from divesting from fossil fuels, the Rockefeller fund has released a new case detailing its success. This week, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (RBF) released a new case study detailing…

18 05 2020 | 12:44

Bluer Skies, Less Greenhouse Gas. What Happens After the Pandemic?

Earlier this month, health care experts from across the United States gathered to address hundreds of journalists and policymakers by webinar. But their focus was not testing, nor vaccines, nor "herd…

18 05 2020 | 12:42

Corona crisis: making space for a greener economy.

As nations emerge from lockdown, Josef Aschbacher, Director of Earth Observation Programmes at the European Space Agency, discusses why government should link climate change measures to efforts aimed…

18 05 2020 | 12:27

COVID-19 and Energy in the New World.

The COVID-19 pandemic represents the most serious global public health challenge for over 100 years. When the crisis passes, we will have a unique opportunity to build a new world as the pandemic has…

18 05 2020 | 12:22

New Zealand budget: $1bn for 'nature jobs' but dismay at lack of climate action.

Up to 11,000 jobs, including pest and weed control, to be created but critics call for greater emphasis on climate change. More than a billion dollars will be spent by the New Zealand government…

18 05 2020 | 12:19

U.S. Loses 594,300 Clean Energy Jobs.

Nearly 600,000 U.S. clean energy workers have lost their jobs since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic after 447,208 new workers filed unemployment claims in April – tripling the claims filed in…

18 05 2020 | 12:17

Climate change cannot be put on furlough.

Is it time to rethink our relationship with the planet? As of today, more than 260,000 people have sadly lost their lives due to COVID-19. The civil liberties of billions of people have been put on…

18 05 2020 | 12:08

UK takeaway food waste rises during coronavirus lockdown.

Survey shows food waste generated has risen from £111 to £148 per restaurant per week. Food waste generated by UK restaurants dishing up takeaways during the lockdown has risen as a result of…

18 05 2020 | 12:04

People of Colour Experience Climate Grief More Deeply Than White People.

We are not only disproportionately affected by the climate crisis, but we carry a pain that comes from a long history of racial terror.  When the wildfires hit Australia last year, Bee Cruse was…