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E7 countries tackling climate change better than G7, PwC says
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E7 countries are outperforming the world’s rich nations, the G7 group, when it comes to tackling climate change on an economic scale. China, Brazil, Russia, Indonesia, Mexico, and Turkey are successfully reducing their carbon intensity levels.

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Rainbow Warrior anchors in Turkey for ‘a green future’
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Greenpeaces Rainbow Warrior III has anchored in Istanbul to raise awareness on the harmful effects of coal thermal power plants in the country

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Green Design Shop in China Sells Only Sustainable Goods – PSFK
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Shanghai design shop sells eco-friendly products while educating its customers. Eco-friendly artists carve out a space for themselves in Shanghai

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Europe’s dependency on Russian gas may be cut amid energy efficiency focus
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EU leaders in talks about imposing new sanctions focused on fundraising capabilities of Russian oil and gas companies. Europe’s deep dependency on Russian gas could be slashed by a third if EU leaders place a higher priority on energy efficiency savings, according to the Institute for Public and Policy Research.

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Europe Must Choose Jobs or Climate as Steel Towns Wither
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U.K. lawmaker Ian Swales has already watched one steel plant close in his district, and he never wants to see it again. It felt like a funeral, he said, when plunging demand led the Redcar blast furnace in northern England to shut its doors in 2010. The memory has Swales questioning his own party’s fight […]

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California drought: Drilling deeper in the hunt for water
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BBC Reporter, Alastair Leithead reports from California that ‘taps are running dry in California’s Central Valley as the worst drought in more than a century forces farmers to drill ever deeper underground for water. In the rush to grab groundwater for agriculture, shallow household wells are drying up and those who can’t afford to dig […]

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Manufacturers warn carbon costs will force them out of Europe
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Industry organisation EEF calls for greater protection for energy intensive industries from cost of decarbonisation

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Karachi ‘think green’: FPCCI offers to set up effluent treatment plants to cope with Karachi’s waste – The Express Tribune
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The plants will not ensure effect­ive dispos­al only but will also genera­te electr­icity. For a city as large and diverse as Karachi, one of the major problems is the proper disposal of its waste. Over the years, the city has struggled to cope with the millions of tons of waste the residents produce each day. […]

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