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Biden scales down climate spending in search of bipartisan deal

Clean energy and electric vehicle incentives are being cut from the US president’s flagship $2 trillion American jobs plan to win conservative support The post Biden scales down climate spending in search of bipartisan deal…

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By greenwashing Shell, the Science Museum is failing young people

As a biology and chemistry student I love London’s Science Museum, but its acceptance of oil sponsorship for a climate change exhibition is inexcusable The post By greenwashing Shell, the Science Museum is failing young…

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An outbreak of ‘sea snot’ is killing Turkey’s fishing industry

Fishing in the Marmara Sea has become impossible as marine mucilage blankets the water, blamed on rising sea temperatures and pollution The post An outbreak of ‘sea snot’ is killing Turkey’s fishing industry appeared first…

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Clean tanks, dirty tankers – Climate Weekly

Sign up to get our weekly newsletter straight to your inbox, plus breaking news, investigations and extra bulletins from key events The post Clean tanks, dirty tankers – Climate Weekly appeared first on Climate Home News.

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Climate fund considers India, South Africa to pilot $2bn coal transition scheme

Climate Investment Funds CEO Mafalda Duarte has been tasked with mobilising private capital to help wean developing countries off coal and create cleaner jobs The post Climate fund considers India, South Africa to pilot $2bn…

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Internship opportunity: Launch your career in climate journalism

Climate Home News is offering a paid internship to a UK-based journalism student or recent graduate with a keen interest in the climate crisis The post Internship opportunity: Launch your career in climate journalism appeared…

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Ministers called in to break deadlock after unproductive climate talks

Diplomats say a lot more work is needed over the next five months to overcome divergent views on finalising the Paris Agreement rulebook The post Ministers called in to break deadlock after unproductive climate talks…

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Pacific islands make lonely case for carbon price on shipping

The Marshall Islands and Solomon Islands called for a price on shipping pollution at the UN body, but got only tepid support from European nations The post Pacific islands make lonely case for carbon price…

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South Korea proposes cutting emissions 40% by 2030

The coal-reliant nation will need to pivot quickly to renewable energy under the government’s proposed new climate target The post South Korea proposes cutting emissions 40% by 2030 appeared first on Climate Home News.

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Nato considers net zero by 2050 target in move to green military operations

Joe Biden has put the hefty – and underreported – carbon footprint of tanks and fighter jets on the transatlantic security agenda The post Nato considers net zero by 2050 target in move to green…

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G7 offers ‘peanuts’ to developing world, putting climate ambition in doubt

While Canada and Germany set out new climate finance pledges, rich countries are still falling short of a target they promised to meet in 2020 The post G7 offers ‘peanuts’ to developing world, putting climate…

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Swiss public reject climate law over cost of living fears

In a referendum on Sunday, Swiss citizens narrowly voted against a package of measures including increased taxes on petrol and flights The post Swiss public reject climate law over cost of living fears appeared first…

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