China and EU could take over UK on meat substitutes

China and EU could take over UK on meat substitutes The UK faces possible danger of falling behind China and the EU in making and selling meat substitutes and other alternative proteins. That’s according to the Social Market Foundation (SMF) think tank which suggests the UK alternative protein policy remains underdeveloped and underfunded. An SMF…
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The UK largely invests into renewable energy

The UK largely invests into renewable energy The UK has scaled up to the third spot on the list of the most “attractive” countries for ‘green’ investors. That’s according to the latest EY Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index which shows the country has moved up two places from the previous ranking. The index ranks the…
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China’s nuclear reactor design has been approved for use in the United Kingdom by regulators

China’s nuclear reactor design has been approved for use in the United Kingdom by regulators: Regulators in the United Kingdom have determined that a Chinese nuclear reactor design is appropriate for usage in the nation. At this stage of the process, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) and the Environment Agency are satisfied that the…
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Renewable electricity capacity to rise by 60% over 5 years

Renewable electricity capacity to rise by 60% over 5 years: The International Energy Agency (IEA) has now revised its forecast for the global renewable electricity capacity, predicting that renewable installations will increase by over 60% by 2026. The new report indicates renewables will have a record in 2021 with nearly 290GW forecasted to be commissioned…
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Russia might help the UK ease issues from energy crisis

Russia might help the UK ease issues from energy crisis: As gas prices proceed to skyrocket there have been allegations Russia is manipulating the energy crisis to drive through the authorisation of a new gas pipeline that would strengthen its dominance on the global energy market. Speaking to The Andrew Marr Show on BBC, &…
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China said no new coal-fired power facilities abroad

China said no new coal-fired power facilities abroad: Chinese President Xi Jinping has pledged to halt the construction of new coal-fired power plants overseas, a step that will be important in reducing global emissions. He made the statement via video during the general discussion of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, vowing…
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Xi Jingping may not be at COP26 says Alok Sharma

Xi Jingping may not be at COP26 says Alok Sharma: President of China Xi Jingping has not confirmed his participation at the upcoming climate change conference in Glasgow. This was validated by COP26 President Alok Sharma, saying: “No, not yet”, when Sky News asked if Jingping had pledged to being a part of the summit.…
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Without new coal being produced COP26 will be a success

Without new coal being produced COP26 will be a success: By 2021 there will be no new coal if COP26 is a success. That is the core result of a new analysis by the think-tank E3G, which reveals that the global pipeline of coal power facilities may soon fail. According to the research, the number…
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20% of greenhouse gas emissions derive from carbon prices

20% of greenhouse gas emissions derive from carbon prices In recent statistics, the World bank stated, that carbon prices now hold accountability for over 20% of all greenhouse gas emissions. This is caused by a total of 64 carbon pricing instruments that are now in opera\tion worldwide. This new data suggests that that the cabon…
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Carbon pricing constitutes over a fifth of greenhouse gases

Carbon pricing constitutes over a fifth of greenhouse gases: Carbon prices now account for more than 20% of greenhouse gas emissions, having a total of 64 carbon pricing instruments now in service globally. That’s reported from the newest statistics from the World Bank, it indicates carbon pricing instruments produce around $53 billion in revenue, comprising…
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