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  • The US House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis has released a report establishing a goal of reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions economy-wide in the USA by no later than 2050. The Climate Crisis Action Plan includes support to keep existing nuclear plants operating and calls for Congressi...

  • A proposed sustainability reporting standard for oil and gas companies identifies climate change as the single biggest challenge facing the sector.A 90-day public comment period has launched for the draft GRI Oil and Gas Sector Standard, with input invited from around the world. The Standard id...

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  • The UK government’s overseas development bank has promised to invest only in companies that align with the Paris Climate Agreement in reaction to calls to end fossil fuel financing.The CDC Group says its new climate strategy will channel 30% of its spending towards climate finance in 2021 and end it...

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  • Climate change has not pressed pause because of today’s global pandemonium and gas stakeholders must sustain momentum of the world’s ‘greenest fossil fuel’. Michelle Meineke reports.

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  • UK100, a coalition of local leaders and businesses, is calling on the UK government to pledge £5bn toward local energy projects in the upcoming stimulus package, which they say would net a return of £100bn to support the British economy, including £40bn for energy efficiency. The pack...

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  • The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the European Union (EU) are stepping up their support for green investments and climate resilience in Egypt, Morocco and the countries of the Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Geo...

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  • The UK government has announced nearly £80mn of government investment to help cut carbon emissions from homes and energy intensive businesses. The funding will be invested in a wide range of programmes, including pioneering heat networks and a new programme to bring down the cost of retrofitting res...

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  • Eight fields on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) currently receive power from the onshore Norwegian power grid, with a further eight planned, cutting some 3.2mn t/y of  CO2 emissions, according to a new report from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD, prepared in collaboration wi...

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  • The UK government must seize the opportunity to turn the COVID-19 crisis into a defining moment in the fight against climate change, says the Committee on Climate Change (CCC).In its annual report to Parliament, published in late June, the CCC provides comprehensive new advice to the government...

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  • Greenhouse gas emissions may have fallen when COVID-19 lockdowns were in place around the world – but new research shows that atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations hit a new high this May. According to figures from California’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the US National Oceanic and...

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