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20 06 2019 | 08:22

Germany to close its coal-fired power plants and rely on renewable energy.

Many nations are beginning to recognize the importance of acting now to minimize the threat of climate change. Germany, long a leader in renewable energy, declared in January 2019 that over the next…

20 06 2019 | 07:31

Μια ανάσα πριν από τον πυρηνικό εφιάλτη.

Η 18 Ιουνίου 2019 έφερε τον πλανήτη μια ανάσα πιο κοντά στον πυρηνικό πόλεμο. Η Ρωσία  ανακοίνωσε ότι και εκείνη -μετά τις ΗΠΑ στις 2 Φεβρουαρίου 2019-  αποδεσμεύεται από την αντιπυρηνική Συμφωνία…

18 06 2019 | 11:44

Παγκόσμια Ημέρα για την καταπολέμηση της απερήμωσης και της ξηρασίας.

Σκοπός της Παγκόσμιας Ημέρας είναι να ευαισθητοποιήσει το κοινό για την υποβάθμιση της γης και να επιστήσει την προσοχή στην εφαρμογή της Σύμβασης των Ηνωμένων Εθνών για την Καταπολέμηση της…

18 06 2019 | 08:36

Ηλεκτροκίνηση: ήδη μεγάλη η έλλειψη σημείων φόρτισης στη Γερμανία.

Οι αυτοκινητοβιομηχανίες στην Ευρώπη ήδη σχεδιάζουν τα επόμενα βήματα της ηλεκτροκίνησης, αλλά, σήμερα, το μεγαλύτερο πρόβλημα που πρέπει να λύσουν οι εταιρείες, αποτελεί η έλλειψη ικανού αριθμού…

18 06 2019 | 07:31

China Is Eating Our Lunch, & What We Can Do About It.

This is a followup to my article “China Is Eating Our Lunch While We Watch.” Once again, here is a Dilbert comic to start.

18 06 2019 | 07:28

How China is going green with data centers

Yuan Ying, program manager of Climate and Energy at Greenpeace East Asia, on how China hopes to improve. Data centers consume more than 120TWH of power in China in 2017, and energy consumption for…

17 06 2019 | 13:14

Temperatures leap 40 degrees above normal as the Arctic Ocean and Greenland ice sheet see record June melting

Ice is melting in unprecedented ways as summer approaches in the Arctic. In recent days, observations have revealed a record-challenging melt event over the Greenland ice sheet, while the extent of…

16 06 2019 | 12:19

United States Spend Ten Times More On Fossil Fuel Subsidies Than Education

A new International Monetary Fund (IMF) study

15 06 2019 | 16:35

Your Questions About Food and Climate Change, Answered.

How to shop, cook and eat in a warming world.

15 06 2019 | 10:10

Ever Wondered Why We Can’t Harness Energy From Sea Waves? Here’s The Answer.

Hello there, we are sure that you have been wondering about ways to harness power from natural sources. Well, sources that do not pollute the planet and are renewable. Why are we talking about…

15 06 2019 | 09:58

France dumps 11,200 tonnes of plastic in the Mediterranean every year.

600,000 tonnes of plastic are being dumped by 22 countries in the Mediterranean Sea every year, EURACTIV’s partner La Tribune reports. If humanity continues dumping plastics into nature at the…

15 06 2019 | 09:41

Africa: Reimagining Utilities As a Way to End Energy Poverty

If the world is to provide electricity to all by 2030, utilities and off-grid renewable energy providers must join forces Selestino Babungi is managing director and CEO of Umeme. Kristina Skierka is…

15 06 2019 | 07:58

15 Ιουνίου Παγκόσμια Ημέρα του Ανέμου. Καθαρή, Ασφαλής, Φθηνή, Ανεξάντλητη, Εγχώρια Αιολική Ενέργεια!

Είναι γνωστό και αποδεκτό από όλους, ακόμη και από αυτούς που για δικούς τους λόγους εξακολουθούν να τα υποστηρίζουν, ότι τα ορυκτά καύσιμα :

14 06 2019 | 10:59

Hydrogen’s Role In The Energy System Of The Future.

In a rare move of unity, the world agreed to curb global warming and reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses in Paris in 2016. Despite President Trump’s decision to unilaterally withdraw the U.S.…

14 06 2019 | 08:55

Today’s diets are eating away at our future food supplies, but we can change this.

Thousands of overlooked yet beneficial crop species are threatened unless we learn to conserve, farm and consume them, writes Juan Lucas Restrepo. In addition to the rhinoceroses, elephants and…

13 06 2019 | 09:52

Why the success of the German Greens might not be short-lived.

The German Greens struggled to ride the wave of support it received a few years ago but, following their recent success in the EU elections, this time it looks like things could be much more long-…

13 06 2019 | 09:24

Silence please! Marine mammals are dying.

Shipping, oil and gas exploration, military sonar, and underwater construction are all creating an enormous amount of noise that reduces the ability of whales, dolphins, and other marine wildlife to…

13 06 2019 | 09:24

The energy storage era is upon us.

European citizens increasingly demand energy that is greener and available when needed. European gas storage operators are preparing to become a driving force of that transition by storing excess…

12 06 2019 | 15:08

The big exit: Why capital is deserting coal.

As more and more funds pull out of coal, Andrew Tunnicliffe talks with the IEEFA’s Tim Buckley about what’s leading the exodus and what it means for the future of coal. For more than two centuries…

12 06 2019 | 14:23

A bitter taste.

  Europe’s chocolate habit is driving the world’s fastest rising deforestation rates. We need new EU laws to stop this, writes Julia Christian. Using satellite imagery and remote sensing algorithms…