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UN Issued With Roadmap On How To Avoid Climate Catastrophe

UN Issued With Roadmap On How To Avoid Climate Catastrophe

The United Nations was presented with a roadmap to avoid a climate catastrophe on Tuesday, the first report of its kind to prescribe concrete actions that the biggest 15 economies must take to keep warming below 2C.

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Rules To Cut carbon Emissions: A First-Of-Its-Kind Study

Rules To Cut carbon Emissions: A First-Of-Its-Kind Study

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is slated to release the nation’s first-ever carbon pollution standards for existing power plants on June 2, 2014. Syracuse and Harvard Universities teamed up to analyze how carbon pollution standards for existing power plants will decrease the emission of several co-pollutants, improve local air quality, decrease atmospheric deposition, and benefit people and ecosystems.

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Solar1 Ocean Races, Monte Carlo Cup 2014

Solar1 Ocean Races, Monte Carlo Cup 2014

The first edition of the Solar1 Monte-Carlo Cup will take place from July 10th to July 12th, 2014. Solar powered boats from all over the world are set to race in the first truly ‘green’ solar boat world championship. Developed by universities all over the world and driven by young students, this race is destined to be a future facing sport.

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Why Wave Power Has Lagged  Far Behind as Energy Source

Why Wave Power Has Lagged Far Behind as Energy Source

Researchers have long contended that power from ocean waves could make a major contribution as a renewable energy source. But a host of challenges have stymied efforts to generate electricity from the sea.

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Climate Action Is An Opportunity, Not a Burden!

Climate Action Is An Opportunity, Not a Burden!

At the end of its week-long meeting in Berlin, the IPCC, which brings together the world’s top energy and climate experts, concluded that preventing catastrophic climate change requires an urgent and fundamental transformation of energy systems around the world.

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How Germany Is Revolutionizing Its Energy System.

How Germany Is Revolutionizing Its Energy System.

As the UN climate panel meets in Berlin this week to finalise its report on options for combating climate change, here’s how Germany is rising to the challenge.

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Transitioning to a Green-Political Economy in Small States

Transitioning to a Green-Political Economy in Small States

Most Caribbean countries are famous for their sun, sand and warm sea breezes. Far fewer are known for their wide use of solar, wind and other forms of renewable energy.

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Lockheed Inks Deal To Produce Energy From Ocean Waves in Australia

Lockheed Inks Deal To Produce Energy From Ocean Waves in Australia

Lockheed Martin Corp on Tuesday said it had signed an agreement with a unit of Ocean Power Technologies Inc to harness the motion of ocean waves to generate electricity off the coast of Victoria, Australia.

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Fossil Fuel Subsidies Dampen Shift Towards Renewables

Fossil Fuel Subsidies Dampen Shift Towards Renewables

Despite evolving public awareness and alarm over climate change, subsidies for the production and consumption of fossil fuels remain a stubborn impediment to shifting the world’s energy matrix towards renewable sources.

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