May 28, 2016

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Portugal Approves Austerity Budget as Pressures Mount

Portuguese lawmakers approved a budget plan for 2011 aimed at reassuring nervous lenders that the country could avoid a bailout by meeting its...

Already beyond COP16?

With the COP16 UN climate change conference to take place from next week (29 Nov - 10 Dec), expectations for international carbon reduction...

Car or computer? How transport is becoming more connected

While few would blink any more at a Mini Cooper alongside their own vehicle, some may have noticed a few of their models...

China Admits It's the World's Largest Greenhouse Gas Emitter

It's telling that China, typically very guarded about pollution issues and climate impacts, has openly admitted as much.

Copenhagen climate activists found guilty

Two Danish protesters are found guilty of organising and instigating violence despite use of controversial evidence.

US sets aside 'critical habitat' for polar bear in Alaska

187,000 square miles in Alaska to be protected, in an action that could add restrictions to future offshore drilling for oil and gas.

Managing complexity: Making difficult decisions in corporate sustainability

A report on the opening discussion at November's Sustainable Business Quarterly. This panel considers conflicting priorities surrounding sustainability.

BBC launches carbon calculator for TV

The BBC has today launched a carbon calculator for television production as part of efforts to improve its environmental sustainability and cut carbon...

Spanish firms race UK to build world's largest offshore wind turbine

Gamesa says it will lead the 25m euro project to build a turbine even bigger than the massive 'Britannia' machine.

U.N. seeks climate progress, but deal may be years off

The world will seek to break a U.S.-China standoff and agree modest steps to rein in global warming at U.N. talks in Mexico...




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