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Australia's carbon emissions fall just 0.3%

Tuesday - Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions have dipped slightly on the back of new clean energy and a sharp fall from agriculture due to drought, but the decline was almost entirely wiped out by surging industrial pollution.

Fertiliser could power ocean-going ships

Tuesday - Ocean-going ships could be powered by ammonia within the decade as the shipping industry takes action to curb carbon emissions.

Billions are pouring into mobility technology

Tuesday - Over the past decade, almost $US200 billion has been invested globally in mobility technology that promises to improve our ability to get around.

Bots produce quarter of climate tweets

Tuesday - The social media conversation over the climate crisis is being reshaped by an army of automated Twitter bots, with a new analysis finding that a quarter of all tweets about climate on an average day are produced by bots.

How these big polluters are free to up emissions

Monday - The Australian Coalition Government's safeguards mechanism was meant to stop rises in industrial emissions cancelling out cuts paid for by taxpayers – but it’s a colossal failure.

Greenhouse gases have a puzzling double effect

Monday - Lustier plant growth as greenhouse gases climb should counter global heating and atmospheric carbon build-up. But it’s not quite so simple.

Bali does battle with plague of plastic

Monday - Indonesia is the world’s second-largest ocean plastic polluter, after China.


Singapore joins drive to phase out fossil fuel vehicles

Monday - Climate-vulnerable Singapore will part ways with fossil fuel vehicles within the next two decades and throw its weight behind cleaner vehicles.

Hydrogen gas study for towns wins funding

Monday - By ANDREW SPENCE | Adelaide-based Australian Gas Networks has been awarded $1.28 million in Federal Government funding to support a study into introducing renewable hydrogen into South Australian and...

What’s holding back China’s bamboo furniture makers?

Monday - Wood consumption has jumped 173 per cent in China over the past decade, and restrictions on felling primary forest mean the country relies on wood imports for over half its demand.

Record Antarctic temperatures fuel sea level worry

Friday - Sea levels might threaten coastal cities sooner than expected, scientists say, as ice loss speeds up and Antarctic temperatures rise.

Coronavirus cuts China’s CO2 emissions

Friday - As China battles one of the most serious virus epidemics of the century, the impacts on the country’s energy demand and emissions are only beginning to be felt.

Researchers claim solar efficiency breakthrough

Friday - A flexible solar “skin” that could be used to generate power on homes, cars and phones is a step closer to development after the technology was used to break a world record for electricity...

UK airports must shut to reach 2050 climate target

Friday - All UK airports must close by 2050 for the country to reach its target of net zero climate emissions by then, scientists say.

Tesla creeps closer to 640-mile mark

Friday - Tesla has announced an increased range as a step toward bringing electric vehicles — and their contribution to combating climate change — into the mainstream.

Oil and gas climate impact worse than we thought

20 Feb 20 - The oil and gas industry has had a far worse impact on the climate than previously believed, according to a study indicating that human emissions of fossil methane have been underestimated by up to...

Renewables could power the world by 2050

20 Feb 20 - Wind, water and solar sources − the renewable energy trio − could meet almost all the needs of our power-hungry society in 30 years.

Climate change could wipe out coral reefs by 2100

20 Feb 20 - The changing climate could destroy nearly all remaining coral reefs by the end of the century, according to new research.

Coal giant eyes 30% fall in carbon emissions

20 Feb 20 - Mining giant Glencore has predicted its carbon footprint will shrink by almost a third by 2035, but will not set climate targets for the company.


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