Obama goes big on climate change

President Obama delivers his last State of the Union Address to Congress and the nation on Tuesday 12 Jan. He’s brought up climate change in each of his State of the Union addresses, but on Tuesday President Obama went bigger

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Why China’s new coal mine moratorium matters

Right at the end of 2015, the head of China’s National Energy Agency made a hugely significant announcement: China will not approve any new coal mine projects for the next three years and will close down a thousand small mines.

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China isn’t approving any new coal mines for the next 3 years

China, the largest coal producer in the world, won’t be approving new mines for the next three years as it grapples with alarming pollution and pursues other energy sources, including nuclear plants. The country announced the move last week, according

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World’s largest floating wind farm in Scotland

The world’s largest floating offshore wind development will be installed off the coast of Peterhead after the application has been granted a marine licence by the Scottish Government. Statoil propose developing a pilot park of five floating 6 MW turbines

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2015: A Year of People Powered Change

The video shows some of the Greenpeace campaign highlights of the past year. Source: Greenpeace Date: Gennaio 2016  

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5 Climate and clean energy charts from 2015 you need to see

This was a big year in climate science and solutions. We learned a number of truly astounding things, which generally makes for great charts. Clean energy progress My candidate for the top solutions chart of the year comes from a November

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What does coal have to do with hunger?

Coal pollution is the single biggest driver of climate change on the planet. If we keep burning fossil fuels at the rate we are now, climate change could push 50 million people into hunger by 2050. It’s not too late

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