April 26, 2019

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Met Office: catastrophic climate change could happen with 50 years

Dr Richard Betts, Head of Climate Impacts at the Met Office Hadley Centre, said the new study showed how important it was to...

Carbon Connections: Quantifying mobile's role in tackling climate change

13 wireless telecommunications opportunities are identified that have the potential to reduce carbon emissions by 113 Mt CO2e a year

The Reports of Summer: Five Easy Pieces

The normally dry days of August have been fertile when it comes to research and reports on green business topics

World’s Most Efficient Solar Technology Coming Early 2010

The long-awaited commercial deployment of the world’s most efficient solar technology looks like it will now be near Phoenix.

Moving Forward On Smart Grid

This report from Rebecca L. Grant of the Lexington Institute explores how the power of national policy and commercial ingenuity can smooth the...

Major Firms Going Half-speed on CO2 Reduction

The world’s largest companies’ carbon-cutting targets are too modest to avoid dangerous climate change, according to a report from the Carbon Disclosure Project.

CarbonFix launches updated forestry standard

The CarbonFix Standard, has launched the third version of its standards for afforestation and reforestation activities.

China says emissions to peak by 2050

China will aim to ensure its greenhouse gas emissions stop rising by 2050, the Financial Times reports a senior climate official as saying.

U.S. CO2 Emissions From Fuels to Fall 5% in 2009

U.S. Emissions are expected to drop 5% in the year 2009.

Nissan's Leaf Claims 367 MPG - Is It Better Than The Chevy Volt?

"Nissan Leaf = 367 mpg, no tailpipe, and no gas required. Oh yeah, and it'll be affordable too"




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