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Obama action on methane emissions ‘misses 90% of pollution’

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Given the current trend, the U.S. would become the world’s largest producer of natural gas in a year – which means the impact of current methane emissions would be disastrous. Obama’s plan to cut down on future methane emissions, leaving out the ongoing emissions are nowhere near adequate. . . . → Read More: Obama action on methane emissions ‘misses 90% of pollution’

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Almost 90% of Australians support renewable energy target, says poll

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WWF poll finds overwhelming support for RET, particularly in Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania, as senators consider deal

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World bank to focus future investment on clean energy

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World Bank will only fund coal projects in cases of ‘extreme need’ due to the risk climate change poses to ending world poverty, says Jim Yong Kim

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Why isn’t Brazil exploiting its amazing wind capacity?

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Renewables star Brazil is now backtracking towards fossil fuels. Why, when wind could provide vital jobs?

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Drawing back the panel: which solar companies are most (and least) sustainable?

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Chinese giant Trina Solar tops Silicon Valley Toxics Collation’s solar scorecard. But do the rankings unfairly penalize small companies?

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Substantial investment in UK offshore wind mean sector is poised for double digit growth

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The Crown Estate estimates offshore wind will be meeting around 10% of the UK’s electricity demand by 2020, but this growth is not without its critics

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World’s first solar cycle lane opening in the Netherlands

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Solar panels embedded in the cycle path near Amsterdam could generate enough electricity to power three houses, with potential to extend scheme to roads

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Power storage group Alevo plan 1bn US battery plant

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Swiss-based group launch new battery technology that they claim will be a breakthrough for storing excess clean energy, and create 2,500 jobs in the US

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India’s largest dam given clearance but still faces flood of opposition

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The 3,000MW Dibang dam, rejected twice as it would submerge vast tracts of biologically rich forests, is to get environmental clearance – but huge local opposition could stall the project

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Are solar farms really hitting British food production?

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Environment secretary Liz Truss has cut solar farm’s subsidies saying they harm food production, but most UK solar farms successfully produce food as well.

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