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Dutch government must explain how it will end Groningen gas extraction: advisers

03 Jul 2019

LONDON The Dutch government's top advisory body on Wednesday called for a clearer explanation from the minister of economic affairs and climate policy regarding how natural gas extraction at Groningen will be ended.

UPDATE 1-Dutch gov't must explain how it will end Groningen gas extraction -advisers

03 Jul 2019

LONDON, July 3 The Dutch government's top advisory body on Wednesday called for a clearer explanation from the minister of economic affairs and climate policy regarding how natural gas extraction at Groningen will be ended.

Global warming targets at risk from energy plants' CO2 emissions

01 Jul 2019

LONDON Carbon emissions from existing and planned fossil fuel energy plants and projects will exceed the amount needed to curb global warming, jeopardizing a 1.5 degree Celsius temperature limit goal, scientists said in a study on Monday.

Tata Chemicals plans first UK industrial carbon capture demo plant

27 Jun 2019

LONDON Tata Chemicals Europe (TCE) plans to build Britain's first industrial-scale carbon capture and utilization (CCU) demonstration plant to trap emissions for use in sodium carbonate manufacturing, the firm said on Thursday.

CORRECTED-Tata Chemicals plans first UK industrial carbon capture demo plant

27 Jun 2019

LONDON, June 27 Tata Chemicals Europe (TCE) plans to build Britain's first industrial-scale carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) demonstration plant to trap emissions for use in sodium carbonate manufacturing, the firm said on Thursday.

Exclusive: Investors with $34 trillion demand urgent climate change action

26 Jun 2019

LONDON Investors managing more than $34 trillion in assets, nearly half the world's invested capital, are demanding urgent action from governments on climate change, piling pressure on leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies meeting this week. | Video

Emissions need to be halved to avoid 3C warming: scientists

19 Jun 2019

LONDON Emissions need to be halved by 2030 to limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius but temperatures are on track to reach double that by the end of the century even if countries' current plans are fully implemented, research by scientists shows.

Solar, onshore wind costs set to fall below new fossil fuel energy: report

29 May 2019

LONDON Electricity generated by onshore wind and solar photovoltaic (PV) technologies will in the next year be consistently cheaper than from any fossil fuel source, a report showed on Wednesday, boosting the case for energy sources that don't emit carbon.

British lawmakers demand their pension fund divests fossil fuels

22 May 2019

LONDON A third of British lawmakers called on Wednesday for their 700 million pound ($885 million) parliamentary pension fund to divest its holdings in fossil fuel companies to address the climate change "emergency".

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