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Nevis Embarks on Geothermal Energy Journey

The tiny island of Nevis in the northern region of the Lesser Antilles is one of the few remaining unspoiled places in the Caribbean. It is now seeking to become the greenest, joining a growing list of Caribbean countries pursuing clean geothermal power.

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Straw Could Supply Energy to Millions of Households

Straw from agriculture could play an important role in the future as renewable sources of energy. Up until now it has been underutilised as a biomass residue and waste material.

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IPCC Climate Report: Human Impact Is Unequivocal

The world’s leading climate scientists, said there was no longer room for doubt that climate change was occurring, and the dominant cause has been human actions in pouring greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

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A New Climate Economy

The New Climate Economy project, bringing together some of the world’s foremost economic experts to examine how stronger economic performance can be supported by good climate policy.

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Scotland Gives Green Light to Europe’s Largest Tidal Energy Project

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Sep
16

The largest tidal energy project in Europe can get under way after permission was granted for the first stage in the Pentland Firth.

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Britain Opens World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm

The world’s largest offshore wind farm, which can generate enough electricity for half a million homes, was officially opened off Britain’s south-east coast on Thursday.

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Sustainable Energy On Sinking Islands: United Arab Emirates Puts Wind Turbines In Seychelles

The project links a pair of strange bedfellows: One is an oil-rich Persian Gulf state of 8 million ruled by a dynastic monarchy, and the other is a democratically governed island nation of 86,000 where tropical beaches and hotels lure more than 200,000 well-heeled tourists every year.

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Desert Solar Power: Opportunities For Green Energy, Yet Challenges In Application

The appeal of building solar power plants in deserts like Ivanpah’s Mojave is obvious, especially when the mind-blowing statistics get thrown around, such as: The world’s deserts receive more energy beamed down from the sun in six hours than humankind uses in a year.

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Solar Boat Türanor Becomes a Research Vessel to Study Climate Change

The Sun-powered craft that went around the world, will now gather data on how global warming is affecting the Gulf Stream.

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