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UN Development 2h
Can we achieve a world by 2050? See five plans for a clean energy reality from countries on the .
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EBrady Aug 24
"If Macron is serious about the , he & other G7 leaders would have long ended their subsidies to the fossil fuel companies, industrial agribusiness & would be committing to emissions by 2030."
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Centre for Alt Tech Aug 20
Declaring a isn’t enough, we need an action plan now and to move as quickly as we can to create a Britain! Please support Paul Allen’s petition today and share with your friends
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Menlo Spark Aug 21
Heat Pumps --> Add it to your lexicon; they are the big this year. shows how electric heat pumps are 4 times more efficient than Fossil Gas. And .
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FOREpartnership Aug 21
We're very proud to have worked with on the designs for – not only is it sympathetic to its context, it looks great, will provide incredible amenities + will be 100% electric so in operation. .
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All About Nuclear Energy Aug 22
Rosatom claims that Akademik Lomonosov will generate a combined 70 megawatts of electricity, or enough to power about 70,000 typical American homes. The world needs more of such technology. via
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Ellie Chowns MEP Aug 19
Replying to @EllieChownsMEP
I do find it odd when Conservatives say we can’t set targets without a fully costed appraisal - when they are busy driving the UK over the costly Brexit cliff with no plan & no regard for consequences. is cheaper than & makes much, much more sense!
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Rob Bruce Aug 22
Wonderful, wonderful ! "We created a new vision for transportation: the ‘five-minute city,’ which means that it only takes you five minutes to walk from your apartment to a kindergarten, to shops, to public amenities,”  economy.
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Hungry bin Aug 20
Industrial worm farming! The Quay Park basement now has permanent residents...
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AustNuclearAssoc Aug 20
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ETEKINA Aug 20
lets flowers grow💐: 2 British women raise flowers next to an anaerobic digestion plant, using its produced electricity, and nutrients, offering competitively priced, locally grown flowers all year round.
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My Sea to Sky Aug 23
Incentives work! Transportation is one of the biggest sources of carbon pollution. Please continue incentives on electric vehicles so we can transition to now . Can you increase this incentive for next year's budget?
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Fuel cell bus Aug 18
To be seen shortly in the Cologne region! The region bought >30 buses. This one was presented at summit back in June
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Passivhaus Trust Aug 22
MPs have said the Government should reward to meet its legally binding target of net emissions by 2050
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Sustainability Voices Aug 19
Peat Use Must Be Banned To Hit Zero-Carbon Targets.
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Hydrogen Europe Aug 19
(CMB)’s Chief Executive Alexander Saverys believes that offers shipping’s best bet to reach a future and he is investing heavily to that end. Listen to him talking about it with podcast here:
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Brian Cooke 1h
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Ty-Mawr Lime Aug 23
Fabric first - how material choice is a huge part of the future - more and more studies are showing the benefits of natural/renewable/recycled materials - this graph shows how these insulation choices are carbon negative - see ours here -
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Croft Architecture Aug 23
The challenge for design and construction - What will the next generation of housing be like?
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Big Shine Worldwide Inc. Aug 23
We aim to constantly push the boundaries of zero-carbon technology to produce creative solutions for our partners.
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