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Deforestation in Amazon has risen by 20% this year

Deforestation in Amazon has risen by 20% this year

Deforestation  of the  Amazon  has increased by 20 per cent in the past year, according to a non-governmental group that has been monitoring the rainforest for two decades.
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2019. 05. 23.
5 ways to make sure your solar panels operate at their optimum

5 ways to make sure your solar panels operate at their optimum

Solar panels  are an effective way to cut your  carbon footprint  as well as your expenses. To entirely exploit the available solar energy, the solar panels must operate at an optimum level.
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2019. 05. 17.
Wave power device could reduce energy bills

Wave power device could reduce energy bills

New technology which uses ocean waves to generate  electricity  could help power thousands of homes and businesses for a reduced cost, scientists have said.
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2019. 05. 10.
Could high-flying drones power your home one day?

Could high-flying drones power your home one day?

A growing number of companies believe using kites and drones is a viable way to harness the stronger and more consistent high-altitude winds. Could this tech release wind power's full potential, or will it always remain a niche solution?
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2019. 05. 06.
Green energy production in the US set to beat coal

Green energy production in the US set to beat coal

The planet’s  climate crisis  still rages on, but there is some hope on the horizon. April 2019 is on track to become the first month in US history that more electricity was generated by the renewable energy sector than coal-fired plants.
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2019. 04. 30.
Climate change makes poor countries poorer, widening global inequality

Climate change makes poor countries poorer, widening global inequality

Climate change is having a serious impact on economic growth across the world — and it's worse for poor countries that already had a lot of catching up to do, according to a new study.
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2019. 04. 24.
There is now an ‘Ultra Low Emission Zone’ in London

There is now an ‘Ultra Low Emission Zone’ in London

The Mayor of London has introduced drastic new vehicle emissions standards to reduce toxic air pollution. This public health emergency is affecting 2 million Londoners and thousands are dying early each year because of poor air quality. The core of the new standards is the world’s first Ultra Low Emission Zone: drivers of older petrol or diesel cars face paying a new charge to enter the city centre.
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2019. 04. 18.
The World Bank has launched a sustainable development bond addressing plastics in oceans

The World Bank has launched a sustainable development bond addressing plastics in oceans

In order to raise awareness on plastic waste pollution in the oceans, the World Bank has launched a new type of sustainable development bond. The World Bank said that 8 million tons of plastics are dumped into the ocean every year seriously harming the environment. With the sustainable development bond, $10,000,000 was raised by its sole distributor, Morgan Stanley.
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2019. 04. 15.
Sydney plans full transition to renewable energy to meet all its electricity needs

Sydney plans full transition to renewable energy to meet all its electricity needs

Sydney has announced that it plans to shift fully to renewable energy, in order to cut its greenhouse gas emissions. The Australian city wants to meet all its electricity needs with renewable energy, so it will only purchase energy that is generated by wind or solar.
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2019. 04. 11.
In Europe, Germany is the most sceptical country about electric cars

In Europe, Germany is the most sceptical country about electric cars

13% of respondents in Germany said they believe that electric cars could outnumber conventional cars within the next ten years, according to an international survey commissioned by E.ON. In a press release, E.ON pointed out that Germany is the most sceptical country about the success of e-mobility.
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2019. 04. 08.
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