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EU farmers risk losing billions of euros in subsidies unless they adapt their production methods to better environmental standards
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SpaceX is set to launch a new satellite tracking rising sea levels, a move to gauge climate-related risks and damage
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Covid-19 lockdowns have turned into an opportunity for illegal fishing. Captain Peter Hammarstedt of explains what’s at stake
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The White House bid to make green investing more difficult faces many legal obstacles
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The world’s biggest fashion buyer, China, is running out of room for all its used garments. And the environmental cost is huge.
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GM is moving ahead in its talks with startup Nikola over a proposed partnership to make electric and fuel-cell-powered trucks
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These are the people Biden will be listening to on climate policy if he wins the White House
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Tech developments now make oil’s supremacy less certain, and solar power is on the rise
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Pork from fruit? This Thai company is getting rich by turning jackfruit into dishes like barbecued pulled pork. explains as Thailand celebrates its annual vegetarian festival. More :
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A new study argues “levelized cost of carbon abatement” can help design better policies and make smarter investments. Read Net Zero, 's weekly newsletter 🌱
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Akshat Rathi 6h
Net-zero goal means every unit in an economy needs to align, even small businesses that are often part of supply chain emissions of large companies. Those SMEs are finally getting the help they need to meet climate goals. w/
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NEW: Decades of pollution from industrial buildup in a Detroit neighborhood may have made residents especially vulnerable to Covid-19
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The arms race in offshore wind turbines is heating up
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The maker of Cheerios, Haagen-Dazs and Annie’s pledges to halve food waste in the next decade
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Confidence that governments have answers to key issues like climate change is evaporating
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Wind and solar power have become an attractive way to stimulate economies recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic, Lazard says
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A different kind of clean-energy vehicle is emerging, and it isn’t made by Tesla
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HSBC, BNP Paribas and other banks, insurers and financial firms globally move a step closer to curbing their contributions to CO2 emissions
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The world’s biggest fashion buyer, China, is running out of room for all its used garments. And the environmental cost is huge.
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France is planning to use hydrogen as a fuel for industry and transport to cut its carbon emissions
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