An EU attempt to promote alternative sustainable fuels for ships would actually lock in the use of fossil fuels for decades.
From 1 October 2024 Great Britain will no longer use coal to generate electricity, a year earlier than planned, Energy and Climate Change Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan announced yesterday (Wednesday 30 June 2021).
Members of another important international group were also busy reckoning with greenhouse gas emissions: beer manufacturers.
In late May, a Dutch court brought new hope to addressing climate change by ruling that Royal Dutch Shell must cut carbon emissions from both its operations and the oil and gas products the company sells.
Crude oil production in Nigeria fell by 6.32 percent to 1.344 million barrels per day in May, 2021 compared to 1.429 million barrels per day recorded in April 2021, latest data from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC, has shown.
Oil prices have risen above the long-term average, once adjusted for inflation, and are likely to encounter increasing resistance from consumers if they continue to climb.
The United Kingdom will end its use of coal-fired power by October 2024, a year earlier than scheduled.
In west, hazards range from strains on grid to toll on wildlife and crops
The European Union (EU) has its landmark climate law entering into force on Wednesday as the Minister of Environment and Climate Action of Portugal Joao Pedro Matos Fernandes signed the text.
The Norwegian cleantech company TECO 2030, which is developing solutions to help cut emissions from ships and other heavy-duty applications, has today taken over the building that will become home to its new fuel cell giga factory in Narvik in northern Norway.