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Top weather may cause socioeconomic imbalance

Top weather may cause socioeconomic imbalance: Extreme weather events could, though its rippling effects, cause the destablisation of the socioeconomic system. PLoS Climate‘s latest research found a correlation between extreme events and the disruption of interconnected sectors, with the recent heatwaves that cause droughts in some areas being the most recent example. The researchers show…
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Church of England pressured to divest from fossil fuels

Church of England pressured to divest from fossil fuels A group of protestors has completed a protest at Wells Cathedral in Somerset to pressure the Diocese of Bath and Wells and 14 other Church of England pledge to divesting from fossil fuels. The protestors, including a member of the clergy, took part in a Eucharist…
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City buildings are ‘on track to meet negative carbon emission targets’

City buildings are ‘on track to meet negative carbon emission targets’: The City of London’s buildings are on track to meet negative carbon dioxide emissions targets. According to new research from the government-funded research organization Active Building Centre, the City will meet its negative built-environment carbon emissions targets by 2027. Other boroughs, according to the…
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ScottishPower has secured 17 solar PV projects

ScottishPower has secured 17 solar PV projects: ScottishPower has signed two agreements to buy 17 solar projects in the United Kingdom with a total capacity of 800MW. Elgin Energy, which owns 12 projects, and Lightsource bp, which owns the others, have inked separate agreements with the corporation. The projects in England, Scotland, and Wales are…
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ScottishPower has secured 17 solar PV projects:

ScottishPower has secured 17 solar PV projects: ScottishPower has signed two agreements to buy 17 solar projects in the United Kingdom with a total capacity of 800MW. Elgin Energy, which owns 12 projects, and Lightsource bp, which owns the others, have inked separate agreements with the corporation. The projects in Britain, Scotland, and Wales are…
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Activists protest Science Museum

Activists protest Science Museum due to sponsorships

Activists protest Science Museum due to sponsorships: Young environmentalists occupied the Science Museum in London last Monday night in protest over its sponsorship deals with fossil fuel firms. The UK Student Climate Network (UKSCN) stated: “The Science Museum is occupied! We intend to stay overnight in protest against the Museum’s sponsorship deals with fossil fuel…
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The Monarch will stay at Windsor Castle amid COP26

The Monarch will stay at Windsor Castle amid COP26: Buckingham Palace reported Her Majesty The Queen will not be going to COP26. Queen Elizabeth was scheduled to travel to Glasgow, Scotland for the anticipated United Nations Climate Change Conference on Monday. A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said: “Following advice to rest, the Queen has been undertaking…
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£2T in pension schemes not aligned with Paris Agreement

£2T in pension schemes not aligned with Paris Agreement: About £2 trillion invested in UK retirement pots are misaligned with the Paris Climate Agreement. A current study by Make My Money Matter projects a staggering 71 of 100 major pension funds have not made ‘robust’ net zero emissions commitments yet. The writers of the study…
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PM at UN General Assembly: “Humanity must grow up”

PM at UN General Assembly: “Humanity must grow up”: Prime Minister Boris Johnson said to leaders that it is time for humanity to grow up in order to stop climate change & its impacts. Addressing the UN General Assembly in New York Boris Johnson stated: “Daily, weekly, we are doing such irreversible damage that long…
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