Nuclear giants limp towards extinction

Cost overruns and delays are pushing the nuclear industry into a financial black hole that threatens any future expansion.
Posted On 14 Apr 2017
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Carbon law could make Paris promise a reality

Leading scientists say a carbon law requiring CO2 emissions to be halved every decade could drastically cut global warming – and is feasible.
Posted On 01 Apr 2017
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 A new era dawns and it won’t be human-friendly

Human mistreatment of the planet is ushering in another era and it is not going to be pleasant, according to Clive Hamilton's latest book.
Posted On 31 Mar 2017
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Consumer behaviour causing premature deaths from air pollution

A new study says 750,000 premature deaths caused by air pollution in 2007 were associated with goods and services produced in one region for consumption in another.
Posted On 29 Mar 2017
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Eliminating Energy-Related Carbon Emissions Possible, New Study Finds

Decarbonisation of global energy system, led by renewables and efficiency, would create economic gains
Posted On 19 Mar 2017
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China takes fresh approach to pollution

A new scheme that pumps filtered air into homes aims to improve life for people in urban China and reduce global emissions of carbon dioxide.
Posted On 15 Mar 2017
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Humans may learn to survive climate change

Researchers say improved education levels of future populations are a key factor in predicting climate change impacts on humans.
Posted On 13 Mar 2017
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Ontario Taking Next Step to Go Waste-Free

Province Increasing Recycling, Creating Jobs and Fighting Climate Change
Posted On 01 Mar 2017
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