Tuesday 09 February 2016

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Ban: global investors must play full role in shift to clean energy

With United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon challenging them to, at a minimum, double clean energy investments to $660 billion by 2020 more than 500 global investors gathered at UN Headquarters in New York to mobilise the trillions of dollars needed […]

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‘Most credible’ environmental index sees Aust sink

The Environment Minister in Australia’s conservative Liberal-National government, Greg Hunt, has describes it as the “most credible, scientifically based” analysis of the environmental performance in the world. Trouble is


UK talks up links between EU-China carbon markets

The United Kingdom’s Conservative government is reported to be working very closely with China to ensure the European Union and Chinese Emissions Trading Schemes (ETS) can link up


India’s emissions rise 40 per cent in 10 years

India's total greenhouse gas emissions in 2010 was 2.13 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, rising 40 per cent from its 2000 levels, the latest official data shows. India


France pushes world leaders to sign Paris deal in person

The French foreign minister Laurent Fabius has urged world leaders to ratify the United Nations sponsored climate agreement, negotiated in Paris last month, in person in order to


Global commission pushes sustainable business case

A boost to the role of business in overcoming global problems such as extreme poverty, finite natural resource exploitation and climate change is expected to follow the launch


US seeks to curb methane emissions on public land

In its latest move to combat climate change, the administration of President Barack Obama said it would overhaul 30-year-old regulations for oil and gas operations on public and


WEF experts warn: abandon coal, oil or face climate disaster

Scientists, business chiefs and analysts have warned humanity must stop burning coal, oil and gas to power the global economy or face an irreversible climate catastrophe. Barely five weeks


China outshines Germany in 2015 solar capacity

China's mass roll out of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels has propelled it to first place in the global solar race, with industry data showing total solar capacity installed


Official, 2015 was hottest on record, shatters records

It should really come as no surprise that global scientific organisations have confirmed last year was the hottest on record, in fact by such a margin that it

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