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29 03 2020 | 14:45

Global efforts on ozone help reverse southern jet stream damage.

Jet stream appears to have stopped moving south and may be moving back towards normal. International cooperation on ozone-depleting chemicals is helping to return the southern jet stream to a normal…

29 03 2020 | 14:43

Greta Thunberg Says It’s ‘Extremely Likely’ That She Had Coronavirus.

Greta Thunberg, the 17-year-old Swedish climate activist, announced on Tuesday that she and her father, Svante, had symptoms of Covid-19 and that while hers were mild, it was “extremely likely” that…

29 03 2020 | 14:40

Solar is key to the success of the future’s cities.

Solar and IoT hold the key to modern urban landspaces if properly secured, guest author Chris Jones, tech expert from U.S. based activist group TurnOnVPN elaborates. There’s been a lot of buzz…

29 03 2020 | 14:36

Gulf Power Developers Take An Early Lead In Uzbekistan’s Renewable Energy Drive.

Gulf energy companies are leading the way in one of the world’s newest markets for renewable energy, with Saudi and UAE firms picking up the first contracts to develop solar power projects in…

29 03 2020 | 14:36

Great Barrier Reef suffers third mass coral bleaching event in five years.

The Great Barrier Reef has experienced a third mass coral bleaching event in five years, according to the scientist carrying out aerial surveys over hundreds of individual reefs. With three days of…

29 03 2020 | 14:36

Climate change and human health - risks and responses.

Climate change and infectious diseases Today, worldwide, there is an apparent increase in many infectious diseases, including some newly-circulating ones (HIV/AIDS, hantavirus, hepatitis C, SARS,…

29 03 2020 | 14:33

Coronavirus Holds Key Lessons on How to Fight Climate Change.

When the COVID-19 pandemic is past, societies may adopt some important measures that would lower emissions, from more teleconferencing to shortening global supply chains. But the most lasting lesson…

29 03 2020 | 14:32

With Temperatures Rising, Can Animals Survive the Heat Stress?

A growing number of studies show that warming temperatures are increasing mortality in creatures ranging from birds in the Mojave Desert, to mammals in Australia, to bumblebees in North America.…

29 03 2020 | 14:28

World's wind power capacity up by fifth after record year.

Offshore windfarms and onshore projects in US and China fuel one of strongest years on record. The world’s wind power capacity grew by almost a fifth in 2019 after a year of record growth for…

29 03 2020 | 14:27

Capturing the full value of energy storage.

The International Renewable Energy Agency has devised a valuation framework to lay the foundations for successful storage deployment. As the technology matures and moves toward a projected fall in…

29 03 2020 | 14:25

Coronavirus lockdown leading to drop in pollution across Europe.

New data, based on observations from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite, are showing strong reductions in nitrogen dioxide concentrations over several major cities across Europe – including Paris,…

29 03 2020 | 14:23

Fish ponds and water harvesting: climate-smart farming comes to Kenya.

Unable to rely on the catch from Lake Victoria, locals are finding success with new and sustainable agriculture methods. It might not be clear why a fish pond project should take root in a region…

29 03 2020 | 14:21

As climate heats up, planners urged to look beyond history to judge risks.

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Climate predictions based only on what has happened in the past underestimate the likelihood of extreme weather, which could leave people and infrastructure…

29 03 2020 | 14:19

Energy storage roundup: If solar development was checkers, then storage is three-dimensional chess.

Also in the roundup: Preliminary permit for pumped hydro in Nevada, solid-state batteries and a China battery slowdown.

29 03 2020 | 14:12

Renewables fully power tire manufacturing plants.

DUBAI — Bridgestone, the world’s leading tire producer, announced that the full operations of three of its manufacturing plants in Europe are now being powered by 100 percent renewable energy sources…

29 03 2020 | 14:09

England could face droughts in 20 years due to climate breakdown - report.

Auditor general predicts drought in 20 years as demand rises and climate crisis reduces supply. England is in danger of experiencing droughts within 20 years unless action is taken to combat the…

29 03 2020 | 14:09

Residents of East Africa’s informal settlements can now access better climate information.

As more and more people live in settlements that are particularly vulnerable to extreme weather, one initiative in Kenya and Tanzania aims to mitigate the danger by working closely with communities.

29 03 2020 | 14:09

BP and RWE plan Germany’s first green hydrogen grid.

The 130-km-grid is slated to be completed in late 2022 to provide chemical and refinery clients with hydrogen. Oil major BP, German utility RWE, chemicals producer Evonik and gas grid operators have…

29 03 2020 | 14:05

In focus: Renewable energy in Europe.

Renewable energy is the collective name for energy, that is produced using the earth’s natural resources, like sunlight, wind, water resources (rivers, tides and waves), heat from the earth’s surface…

29 03 2020 | 14:00

Coronavirus: 'Nature is sending us a message’, says UN environment chief.

Exclusive: Destruction of wildlife and the climate crisis is hurting humanity, with Covid-19 a ‘clear warning shot’, say experts. Nature is sending us a message with the coronavirus pandemic and the…