ENVIRONMENT

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New funding of more than £100m ($140 m) to develop e-mobility vehicles has been announced by UK PM British prime minister Theresa May told the Zero Emission Vehicle Summit in Birmingham on Tuesday she wanted Britain to be ‘a leader in green technology’. The £106m funding boost will also cover research and development for new …

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Frankfurt must ban high-pollution older diesel vehicles from parts of the city from next February as part of a plan to improve air quality, the German administrative court ruled on Wednesday. The decision by the court in Wiesbaden on a case brought by environmental group Deutsche Umwelthilfe (DUH) came after a landmark ruling by Germany’ …

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The first project in a US$1 billion nationwide renewable energy programme has been launched in South Australia, as part of a push to bring down Australia’s electricity prices. The Whyalla-based 280-megawatt Cultana Solar Farm will begin construction in early 2019, employing 350 workers during construction and providing greater energy security to the Whyalla Liberty OneSteel …

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A coalition of 26 Caribbean nations is joining forces to drive forward low-carbon and climate-smart solutions. The group of countries, including Jamaica, St Lucia and Barbados, will work to develop sustainable societies which can respond to the growing threats posed by climate change. The coalition is joined by 40 private sector organisations, including the Clinton …

Cora MoranAugust 6, 2018
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The world needs to dramatically reduce the amount of energy used for farming, writes Cora Moran Farming is, of course, essential to all of our lives. Over the centuries, a variety of innovations in pre-industrial agriculture, such as water mills, windmills and beasts of burden, have helped to substantially increase net available energy and increase …

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A new network of clean energy hubs are planned in the UK to further research and innovation Three ‘Supergen’ centres covering bioenergy, offshore renewables, and energy networks are being launched with £5 million each of government funding. It’s expected that new hubs will involve researchers taken from 19 universities, along with 70 partners from outside …


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