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China emissions fall in March, may have peaked: report

Bangkok, Thailand | AFP - China's carbon dioxide emissions fell in March for the first time since its economy reopened after pandemic restrictions, suggesting the…
SourceSourceMay 28, 2024 Read More
Climate

Machine Learning Accelerates Discovery of High-Performance Metal Oxide Catalysts

By Tohoku University Researchers have harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to significantly advance the discovery and optimization of multicomponent metal oxide electrocatalysts for the…
SourceSourceMay 26, 2024 Read More
Climate

Gas strategy fuels concerns about the cost of energy

By Dani Alexander, UNSW in Sydney The Australian government's gas strategy has stoked old tensions between advocates of fossil fuels and those who want our reliance on…
SourceSourceMay 25, 2024 Read More
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Over 170 arrested as climate protests target TotalEnergies and fund manager

La Défense, France (AFP) - The boss of TotalEnergies told shareholders Friday that new oil fields had to be developed to meet global demand, as…
SourceSourceMay 24, 2024 Read More
Climate

What Australia’s new gas strategy gets wrong

By Samantha Hepburn, Deakin University in Melbourne Australia’s gas future must involve energy security and climate security. The new government strategy fails to strike this…
SourceSourceMay 24, 2024 Read More
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Australia gives largest coal power plant two-year lifeline

By Steven TRASK | AFP Sydney, Australia (UPDATED) - Sun-soaked Australia's lofty renewable energy ambitions were given a harsh reality check on Thursday, as looming…
SourceSourceMay 23, 2024 Read More
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French greenhouse gas emissions fell 5.8% in 2023: PM

Saint-Berthevin, France (AFP) - French greenhouse gas emissions fell by a better-than-expected 5.8 percent in 2023, Prime Minister Gabriel Attal said Wednesday. France's climate change…
SourceSourceMay 22, 2024 Read More
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Shell faces shareholder revolt over climate strategy

London, United Kingdom (AFP) - More than a fifth of Shell investors have revolted against its climate strategy in a key vote, the British energy…
SourceSourceMay 21, 2024 Read More
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NGOs seek climate trial of French oil giant TotalEnergies

By Guillaume DAUDIN | AFP Paris, France - NGOs filed a criminal complaint against French oil giant TotalEnergies and its top shareholders in Paris on…
SourceSourceMay 21, 2024 Read More
Science

Using solar energy to generate heat at high temperatures

By Fabio Bergamin | ETH Zurich Instead of burning coal or oil to produce cement or steel, in the future solar energy could be used…
SourceSourceMay 15, 2024 Read More
Science

The case for sharing carbon storage risk

By Texas A&M University Even the most optimistic projections for the rapid build-out of solar, wind, and other low-carbon resources acknowledge that coal, natural gas,…
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$2.2b pledged to end deadly planet-heating cooking methods

Paris, France (AFP)- The International Energy Agency announced on Tuesday that $2.2 billion had been pledged by governments and companies to improve access to less…
SourceSourceMay 14, 2024 Read More