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COP28: What is happened on day 4 of the UN climate conference?
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Transition to clean energy is now ‘unstoppable’, IEA says
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France’s football teams to travel by train for trips under 3 hours
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People power must be at the core of all clean energy plans
Governments worldwide must put consumer empowerment into national energy plans, in a fair and inclusive manner, and help them understand how to benefit from clean energy consumption, Damilola Ogunbiyi writes.
These flooded coal mines are being used to heat hundreds of homes
Abandoned coal mines are providing a surprisingly potent source of zero-carbon energy in Europe.
When will Stockholm’s petrol and diesel car ban come into force?
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‘Green’ funeral home in America investigated over putrid smell
Under Colorado law, green burials are legal but state code requires that any body not buried within 24 hours must be properly refrigerated.
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Are carbon passports needed to restrain frequent flyers?
Flying could soon be limited by personal carbon allowances, report warns.
Toxic tyre dust is polluting our oceans with microplastics
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Ireland: Wind power outstrips electricity demand for the first time
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