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Results:1 - 10 of 2357 Solid fossil fuels and derived products,emissions

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  • Renewable energy investors want, and need, to know that a project is truly making an environmental impact. Robin Grenfell and Hayden Morgan are part of a team working to measure and report green credentials.

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  • Fund management firms, which handle the massive investment portfolios of institutional clients, are increasingly being pressed to act on climate change. Now one financial giant appears to be leading the pack, reports Jennifer Johnson.

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  • UN negotiators cannot seem to agree the rules for operating a global carbon market. Jennifer Johnson looks at whether it’s truly possible to create an equitable trade in carbon credits.

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  • The new ‘Green Deal’ proposed by the European Commission will increase regional policy support for renewable energy growth, just as several international development banks are boosting their own commitments in the same area. Keith Nuthall reports.

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  • Much has been made of the runaway success of offshore wind in recent years, particularly in the UK and Europe. But has the tremendous political and financial enthusiasm for the sector come at the expense of onshore renewables? There's little doubt that subsidy cuts have shaped the landscape in the U...

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  • The UK will need to achieve a reduction in carbon intensity of 9.7% per year to meet its commitment to reach net zero emissions by 2050, according to PwC’s latest Low Carbon Economy Index. And, while the UK still leads the G20 in having the most rapid decarbonisation rate since 2000, at 3.7%, t...

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  • Heat decarbonisation is one of the biggest challenges ahead of the UK as it strives to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. The country urgently needs a trained workforce to install low carbon technologies. Jennifer Johnson asks whether offshore wind offers a blueprint for scaling things up.

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  • The processes of brewing and distilling have been practiced for centuries, but some operators have initiated a green energy makeover in the age of industrial sustainability, reports Andrew Williams.

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