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UK to use only clean sources for energy production

UK to use only clean sources for energy production: Boris Johnson confirmed the government’s plan for Britain’s electricity to come from only renewable sources by 2035. The government will increase investments in renewable and nuclear energy in order to move away from the use of fossil fuels. This will also allow for what the government…
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Nations do not want to cut fossil fuels ahead of COP26

Nations do not want to cut fossil fuels ahead of COP26: According to a purported document leak, certain countries are attempting to modify a crucial scientific study on how to address climate change. According to BBC News, the leak reveals that Japan, Saudi Arabia, and Australia are among the countries pushing the UN to reduce…
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Fossil fuel produce over whats vital to end global warming

Fossil fuel produce over whats vital to end global warming: Countries’ plans to get rid of fossil fuels by the close of the decade are way too slow to maintain global temperatures at a safe position. This is proclaimed by the production gap report from the UNEP, showing that global governments plan to create over…
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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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British Public ‘back a ban on gas boilers within the decade’

Britsh Public ‘back a ban on gas boilers within the decade’: Almost 59 percent of Britons want a ban on the sale of gas boilers within the next decade. According to a new poll conducted by Public First, over half of the individuals polled favour the government’s intentions to prohibit the sale of gas boilers.…
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‘the UK’s biggest CO2 emitter’ is Drax’s Selby Plant

‘the UK’s biggest CO2 emitter’ is Drax’s Selby Plant: According to recent Ember study, the Drax power station in Selby, which utilises biomass, is the UK’s largest carbon dioxide emitter. After analysing the carbon footprints of European coal power projects, analysts at the environmental think tank ranked the Drax plant third among the top five…
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Nine Months on, Hit Or Miss? Energy White Paper

Nine Months on Hit Or Miss? Energy White Paper: Nine months after its release, half of the almost 58 commitments outlined in the Energy White Paper have already been met or are on track to be met. According to an assessment conducted by public affairs consultant Brevia Energy, the government is struggling to meet nearly…
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‘Britain’s fossil fuel-free grid by 2035’ the industry responds

‘Britain’s fossil fuel-free grid by 2035’ the industry responds : A new promise has been made by Boris Johnson for grid decarbonisation with Britain sourcing all its electricity from renewable energy sources. But what about the industry? Remove roadblocks and go the extra mile In response to the Prime Minister’s commitment to decarbonise electricity by…
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Almost all hydrogen production today is not low carbon

Almost all hydrogen production today is not low carbon: Nearly all hydrogen produced currently is not low carbon, because it originates from fossil fuels without using carbon capture technology. This is as reported from the International Energy Agency (IEA)’s Global Hydrogen Review, as it evaluates that global hydrogen production leads to about 900 million tonnes…
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Bold Commitments on Coal cars cash and trees

Bold Commitments on Coal, cars, cash and trees: In the run-up to COP26, the Prime Minister has urged world leaders to make significant promises on coal, vehicles, money, and trees. These promises, according to Boris Johnson, are required to keep global warming to 1.5°C and put the world on a path to net zero emissions.…
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