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This Ukrainian climate activist is telling their story at Davos
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New and existing fossil fuel projects must end now, says new study
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Norway turns its back on gas and oil to become a renewable superpower
Oil and gas firms have lined up to develop renewables in Norway.
EU-wide ban on new fossil fuel cars to kick in from 2035
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There could be solar panels on all buildings in the EU by 2025
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Portugal is opening Europe's biggest floating solar park this year
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These offshore wind projects were planned for 2030 but are now being brought forward as Denmark pushes to cut Europe’s reliance on Russian fossil fuels.
What is a windfall tax and how would it help with the cost of living?
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Europe cuts Russian gas imports: So what are the energy alternatives?
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Italians banned from overusing air con in a bid to save energy
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Switzerland’s largest city is switching off natural gas for good
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