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Eight years, 20 policies: how Australia's leaders have fumbled and dithered on climate
Consistency is so last decade, don't you think?
And mea culpas? Never met them.
'He has been incredible': A closer look at Kike Hernandez's historic stretch
"Enrique right now is en fuego."
El Salvador explores bitcoin mining powered by volcanos
At a geothermal power plant near El Salvador's Tecapa volcano, 300 computers whir inside a trailer as they make complex mathematical calculations day and night verifying transactions for the cryptocurrency bitcoin.
Amazing $120K Glass Pyramid Presents a New Angle on Life on Hawaii
Purchasing a home of your own in the Aloha State-no matter which island you choose-can be pricey.
However, we've found a bargain alternative, and it offers a clear (and affordable) vision.
Carbon farming, one of the oldest agricultural practices, is growing on winemakers
Last week, I wrote about Robin Lail experiencing Napa Valley's modern wine history through boom and bust, and how she was addressing the current challenge of climate change as an ambassador for the Porto Protocol, an international effort to rally the global wine industry to grapple with the existential crisis of today.
UK poised to confirm funding for mini nuclear reactors for carbon-free energy
The government is poised to approve funding for a fleet of Rolls-Royce mini nuclear reactors that the prime minister hopes will help the UK reach his target of zero-carbon electricity by 2035.
Grimshaw's Sustainability Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai caused "significant unnecessary emissions"
A sustainable construction consultant has attacked Grimshaw Architects' Sustainability Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai for having an embodied carbon footprint of almost 18 tonnes - a figure that is double the recommended level for a building of its size.
Germany slashes electricity levy as energy prices surge
An electricity meter shows energy consumption in a German household. Photo: picture alliance/dpa | Hauke-Christian Dittrich
Energy Efficiency and the Data Center
By: Tony Craythorne on
The IT industry has historically been a leader in the ongoing race to reduce CO2 emissions. Reducing emissions is good for the environment and for the corporate bottom line.
Analysis | Is Nuclear Power "Green"? The EU Shouldn't Be the One Deciding
Green finance, green banking, green investing - in a time of climate change, the capital markets obviously want to assist in the necessary transformation of our economies.