CO2 emissions from global power sector ‘fell 2% in 2019’

Research conducted by an independent thinktank noted a 15% increase in solar and wind energy generation, falling short by 7% of meeting the Paris Agreement requirements

Global coal demand and carbon emissions ‘at lowest point in decades’

As coal generation dropped in 2019, wind and solar generation rose by 15%, generating 8% of the world’s electricity

Dutch Government doubles renewable energy subsidies to €4bn

The Netherlands hopes to cut 25% of its carbon emissions by the end of 2020

Arizona University to slash tonnes of CO2 by planting ‘entire forest’

Around 1,000 trees will be planted at the ”Carbon Sink and Learning Forest” which will be open to professors to conduct climate change research

New cars ‘emit 7% more CO2 than older vehicles’

A new report suggests despite this the latest emission standards have succeeded in reducing human-harming air pollution

Why it’s so important for businesses to switch to renewables

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Record year of sales for low emission vehicles in 2019

Despite a huge increase in demand for battery electric vehicles, their market share is still small at 1.6%

UK must double low carbon generation in the 2020s to meet climate targets

New analysis by Carbon Brief suggests the amount of electricity generated by low carbon sources such as wind, solar, nuclear, hydro and biomass stalled in 2019

US energy-related emissions increased in 2018

It is the first year CO2 emissions have risen since 2014, according to the Energy Information Administration

The Graphene Company paints a green future

The UK distributor of Graphenstone says each square metre of the paint is capable of absorbing 120 grams of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere over its lifetime