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In Europe, the weather has changed. Instead of getting early snow, places like Morzine and Les Gets in the French Alps are now getting rain and sleet.

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 Concerns Raised Over Germany's Early Coal Phase-Out Plan

Concerns Raised Over Germany's Early Coal Phase-Out Plan

2023-12-23
Germany Sets New Wind Power Record During Big Storm

Germany Sets New Wind Power Record During Big Storm

2023-12-21
Seven European Countries Promise to Stop Using CO2 Power Plants by 2035

Seven European Countries Promise to Stop Using CO2 Power Plants by 2035

2023-12-19
Over 3 Million Americans Forced to Move Due to Climate Change

Over 3 Million Americans Forced to Move Due to Climate Change

2023-12-18
Greta Thunberg: Not Happy with COP 28 Climate Deal

Greta Thunberg: Not Happy with COP 28 Climate Deal

2023-12-16
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Addressing AI's Environmental Impact in the Fight Against Climate Change

Addressing AI's Environmental Impact in the Fight Against Climate Change

Tech companies, including Google, promote artificial intelligence (AI) as a solution for climate cha

Cop28 president will keep investing in oil

Cop28 president will keep investing in oil

Sultan Al Jaber, the president of the COP28 climate summit and CEO of the United Arab Emirates natio

Burning wood during winter as health consequences.

Burning wood during winter as health consequences.

Wood-burning, often considered a cheaper and renewable alternative, is becoming under scrutiny from

Dubai Summit Decides to Stop Using Fossil Fuels  for Climate Change

Dubai Summit Decides to Stop Using Fossil Fuels for Climate Change

Representatives from nearly 200 nations gathered in Dubai on December 13 and made a historic decisio

WTO Chief Urges Focus on Climate-Friendly Subsidies

WTO Chief Urges Focus on Climate-Friendly Subsidies

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the director general of the World Trade Organization, is urging governments to

COP28 Climate Talks: Debate Over Fossil Fuels and Carbon Capture

COP28 Climate Talks: Debate Over Fossil Fuels and Carbon Capture

Countries are in the final stages of COP28, discussing how to tackle climate change.

Cop28 President Urges Cooperation in Last Meetings

Cop28 President Urges Cooperation in Last Meetings

Sultan Al Jaber, the leader of the UN Climate Summit, has asked government officials and negotiators

McLaren Racing and Their New Pledge for Net Zero 2040

McLaren Racing and Their New Pledge for Net Zero 2040

McLaren Racing has introduced a groundbreaking climate contribution program, aligning with the team’

Swedish Company OX2 Considers Offshore Wind Project for 3 Years

Swedish Company OX2 Considers Offshore Wind Project for 3 Years

Swedish wind developer OX2 AB is currently working on a three-year plan to decide whether to invest

Why is Stopping Fossil Fuels a Big Issue at Cop28?

Why is Stopping Fossil Fuels a Big Issue at Cop28?

The main question at Cop28 is whether the final agreement will say we should "stop" or "slow down" u

Greta Thunberg and Her Fellow Young Climate Activists Are Growing Up

Greta Thunberg and Her Fellow Young Climate Activists Are Growing Up

Young climate activists who gained recognition in 2018 are now transitioning into adulthood after de

IMF Chief Suggests Ending Fossil Fuel Subsidies to Fight Climate Change

IMF Chief Suggests Ending Fossil Fuel Subsidies to Fight Climate Change

The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has put forward a plan to raise significant funds

2023 Predicted to Be the Hottest Year on Record

2023 Predicted to Be the Hottest Year on Record

In 2023, scientists from the European Union predict it will be the hottest year ever recorded, with

At COP28 in Dubai, Money for Climate Action Becomes a Key Focus

At COP28 in Dubai, Money for Climate Action Becomes a Key Focus

COP28 in Dubai is focusing on climate finance, highlighting the gap between the money needed for cli

Climate Change's Impact on Health: What You Need to Know

Climate Change's Impact on Health: What You Need to Know

Climate change is causing significant and widespread health problems worldwide.

Cop28 President Questions the Need to Stop Using Fossil Fuels

Cop28 President Questions the Need to Stop Using Fossil Fuels

Sultan Al Jaber, the president of Cop28, has faced criticism for his statement that there is no scie

World Bank and Finance Leaders Boost Climate Project Investment

World Bank and Finance Leaders Boost Climate Project Investment

The World Bank is partnering with a group of 15 finance leaders to encourage private investment in c

US Commits $3 Billion to Help Poor Countries Fight Climate Change

US Commits $3 Billion to Help Poor Countries Fight Climate Change

The United States has made a significant pledge of $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund, a United Na

COP28: Why Energy Efficiency Matters and Why It's Important

COP28: Why Energy Efficiency Matters and Why It's Important

To combat climate change and protect our planet, it's crucial that we significantly improve how effi

Climate Change Threatens Christmas Tree Supply in Hungary

Climate Change Threatens Christmas Tree Supply in Hungary

In the Hungarian village of Surd, which has been a major supplier of Christmas trees to the country,

Urgent Action Needed in 2023: Global Warming at 1.4°C

Urgent Action Needed in 2023: Global Warming at 1.4°C

In 2023, the world is getting much hotter, with temperatures expected to rise by about 1.4 degrees C

G20’s Infrastructure Projects: Here’s What You Need to Know

G20’s Infrastructure Projects: Here’s What You Need to Know

In the world of global news, it’s been two years since the inception of the Partnership for Global I

G20 Summit Financial Outcomes: A Recap

G20 Summit Financial Outcomes: A Recap

Digital public infrastructure (DPI), poised to democratize access to financial services and drive fi

Harmful Gas Endangers Millions in Middle East, BBC Reveals

Harmful Gas Endangers Millions in Middle East, BBC Reveals

A recent BBC investigation has uncovered that the harmful pollutants from gas flaring, which is the

President Biden Will Not Attend Climate Change Meeting in Dubai

President Biden Will Not Attend Climate Change Meeting in Dubai

US President Joe Biden won't be attending the climate change meeting in Dubai, called Cop28, because

Egypt's Climate Champion Proposes Global Funds for Cleaner Industries

Egypt's Climate Champion Proposes Global Funds for Cleaner Industries

Mahmoud Mohieldin, Egypt's climate champion, suggests using a funding model similar to the Just Ener

High Air Pollution in Europe Caused Almost 400,000 Deaths in 2021

High Air Pollution in Europe Caused Almost 400,000 Deaths in 2021

In 2021, a report from the European Environment Agency (EEA) revealed that nearly 400,000 deaths in

Cold Weather Hits Northern Europe: Less Need for Heating

Cold Weather Hits Northern Europe: Less Need for Heating

Northern Europe is preparing for freezing temperatures over the next 10 days, which are reducing the

Oil Company Sues EU, Germany, and Denmark for Windfall Tax

Oil Company Sues EU, Germany, and Denmark for Windfall Tax

Klesch Group Holdings Limited, a company based in Jersey that deals with oil refining, is taking leg

UN Plastic Pollution Talks: Balancing Reuse, Recycling, and Reduction

UN Plastic Pollution Talks: Balancing Reuse, Recycling, and Reduction

A third round of United Nations meetings, known as INC3, aimed at creating the world's first treaty

Experts Suggest Solar Power for Health Facilities in Poor Countries

Experts Suggest Solar Power for Health Facilities in Poor Countries

Experts suggest that it's possible to provide electricity to healthcare facilities in poorer countri

EU Agrees to Stop Exporting Waste to Countries Unable to Handle It

EU Agrees to Stop Exporting Waste to Countries Unable to Handle It

European Union (EU) lawmakers and member states have reached an agreement to revise regulations on s

Rich Nations May Have Delivered $100 Billion for Climate Help, Says OECD

Rich Nations May Have Delivered $100 Billion for Climate Help, Says OECD

Rich countries made a promise in 2009 to give $100 billion each year to help poorer nations deal wit

UN Plastic Pollution Talks: Limiting Production or Managing Waste?

UN Plastic Pollution Talks: Limiting Production or Managing Waste?

Leaders from around the world are talking about a new agreement to deal with plastic pollution.

Shell Sues Greenpeace for $2.1 Million Over Environmental Protest

Shell Sues Greenpeace for $2.1 Million Over Environmental Protest

Shell is taking legal action against Greenpeace, seeking $2.1 million in damages.

Human-Caused Global Warming Linked to Droughts in Syria, Iraq, and Iran

Human-Caused Global Warming Linked to Droughts in Syria, Iraq, and Iran

A recent study has connected severe droughts in Syria, Iraq, and Iran since 2020 to human-caused glo

Malaysia Abandons Cross-Border Air Pollution Law

Malaysia Abandons Cross-Border Air Pollution Law

Malaysia has dropped plans to create a law aimed at addressing cross-border air pollution due to dif

Supreme Court Orders Farmers to Stop Burning Crop Waste in Smoggy Delhi Region

Supreme Court Orders Farmers to Stop Burning Crop Waste in Smoggy Delhi Region

India's Supreme Court has issued an order to halt the practice of burning crop residue by farmers in

World Leaders Create Fund to Assist Vulnerable Countries with Extreme Weather

World Leaders Create Fund to Assist Vulnerable Countries with Extreme Weather

Global climate negotiators have agreed to create a fund to help countries that are vulnerable to ext

WHO Expert Warns Politicians About Health Risks of Climate Delay

WHO Expert Warns Politicians About Health Risks of Climate Delay

Maria Neira, an environmental expert at the World Health Organization (WHO), warns that politicians

Why Hawaii Leads the Way in Climate Protection Legal Action

Why Hawaii Leads the Way in Climate Protection Legal Action

In Hawaii, there's a significant legal battle unfolding concerning climate change.

G7 Offers Vietnam $300 Million in Grants for Clean Energy Support

G7 Offers Vietnam $300 Million in Grants for Clean Energy Support

The G7 countries have offered Vietnam more than $300 million in grants as part of a larger $15.5 bil

Impact of Climate on Ancient People in Central Europe's History

Impact of Climate on Ancient People in Central Europe's History

A recent study has found a strong connection between past changes in climate and how they affected a

Singapore Centralizes Natural Gas Purchases for Reliable Power

Singapore Centralizes Natural Gas Purchases for Reliable Power

Singapore is changing how it buys natural gas to make its power supply more stable and secure.

Sweden Needs More Ocean Wind Farms for Future Electricity

Sweden Needs More Ocean Wind Farms for Future Electricity

Sweden might not have enough electricity in the future because more and more people and businesses a

California's New Rule: Companies Must Disclose Climate Emissions

California's New Rule: Companies Must Disclose Climate Emissions

California has introduced a new regulation requiring companies to disclose their climate emissions.

France Invests $1.8 Billion to Cut Reliance on Russian Uranium

France Invests $1.8 Billion to Cut Reliance on Russian Uranium

Orano SA is planning to invest a large amount of money, approximately $1.8 billion, to make its uran

Stiglitz Urges IMF: $300 Billion Annually to Help Poor Countries Fight Climate Change

Stiglitz Urges IMF: $300 Billion Annually to Help Poor Countries Fight Climate Change

Economist Joseph Stiglitz believes we should give $300 billion each year to help poor countries comb

Spike in Rice Prices Worries Asia Due to El Niño Impact

Spike in Rice Prices Worries Asia Due to El Niño Impact

El Niño is causing worries in Asia, especially in the rice market, making things tough.

Hot Summers and Higher Inflation: ECB Findings

Hot Summers and Higher Inflation: ECB Findings

The summers in Europe are causing a big problem: climate change is making things more expensive for

Swedish Leaders Explore $6 Billion Green Steel Project in Canada

Swedish Leaders Explore $6 Billion Green Steel Project in Canada

H2 Green Steel, a Swedish company, plans to construct an eco-friendly steel factory in northern Queb

Indonesian Billionaire's Geothermal Firm Jumps 25% on Trading Debut

Indonesian Billionaire's Geothermal Firm Jumps 25% on Trading Debut

PT Barito Renewables Energy had a strong beginning on the Indonesian stock exchange, raising a subst

Europe Continues to Feel Warm Autumn Weather After Record September Heat

Europe Continues to Feel Warm Autumn Weather After Record September Heat

Recently, many European countries like Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Poland, and Switzerland ha

EU Takes Steps to Reduce Pollution from Imported Products

EU Takes Steps to Reduce Pollution from Imported Products

The European Union (EU) is taking big steps to be a leader in protecting the environment.

German Solar Car Charging Program Runs Out of Funds Due to High Demand

German Solar Car Charging Program Runs Out of Funds Due to High Demand

Germany's government bank, KfW, started a program to help people charge electric cars at home using

Canadian Company Rogers Uses AI Cameras to Detect and Prevent Wildfires

Canadian Company Rogers Uses AI Cameras to Detect and Prevent Wildfires

Rogers, a Canadian telecom company, is using smart AI cameras to help fight wildfires made worse by

Portuguese Youth Sue UK and 31 Other Countries Over Climate Action

Portuguese Youth Sue UK and 31 Other Countries Over Climate Action

The UK government is being sued over climate change by young people from Portugal, and the case invo

Twitter X Receives Lowest Ranking in Climate Change Misinformation Report

Twitter X Receives Lowest Ranking in Climate Change Misinformation Report

A recent research checked how big tech companies handle wrong information about climate change.

Major Investors Urge Government Support for $275 Trillion Clean Energy Opportunity

Major Investors Urge Government Support for $275 Trillion Clean Energy Opportunity

A group of big investors, known as the Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance, wants governments to help and

Global Survey: 68% Prefer Solar Energy Over Fossil Fuels

Global Survey: 68% Prefer Solar Energy Over Fossil Fuels

A worldwide survey by Glocalities found that over 68% of people strongly support solar energy, while

Novo Holdings Increases Investment in Renewable Energy Amidst Challenges

Novo Holdings Increases Investment in Renewable Energy Amidst Challenges

Novo Holdings, which owns a big part of Novo Nordisk A/S, is putting more money into renewable energ

Rising Doubts in Europe: Balancing Climate Action and Economic Realities

Rising Doubts in Europe: Balancing Climate Action and Economic Realities

In 2019, the UK made a promise to stop producing harmful carbon emissions by the year 2050, and ever

Extreme Heat Poses a Growing Risk to Global Fuel Supplies

Extreme Heat Poses a Growing Risk to Global Fuel Supplies

Hot summers around the world are causing problems for our energy supply, making fuel more expensive.

Many Top Nordic Companies Struggle with ESG and Environmental Reporting

Many Top Nordic Companies Struggle with ESG and Environmental Reporting

A recent study shows that Scandinavian countries, known for their environmental consciousness, might

Sweden's Major Step: Investing 800 Million SEK to Transform Energy Planning

Sweden's Major Step: Investing 800 Million SEK to Transform Energy Planning

The government plans to spend about 800 million Swedish Kronor to better manage our energy use.

Australia Faces Lawsuit Over Climate Risk Disclosure in Bonds: Investors' Awareness at Stake

Australia Faces Lawsuit Over Climate Risk Disclosure in Bonds: Investors' Awareness at Stake

The Australian government is dealing with a legal case concerning its failure to disclose climate ch

Austria Raises Windfall Tax on Energy Profits Amid Ongoing Profit Debate

Austria Raises Windfall Tax on Energy Profits Amid Ongoing Profit Debate

Austria wants to make it easier to tax significant profits earned by oil and gas companies.

China's Solar Investment Drives Global Renewable Energy Spending to Record Levels

China's Solar Investment Drives Global Renewable Energy Spending to Record Levels

During the first six months of this year, China was the biggest spender on renewable energy, investi

Canada Urges Meta to Lift News Ban Amid Wildfires

Canada Urges Meta to Lift News Ban Amid Wildfires

The Canadian government has asked Meta to lift its ban on news content on its platforms, especially

Study Shows Mountain Treelines are Rising Due to Climate Crisis

Study Shows Mountain Treelines are Rising Due to Climate Crisis

A recent study has revealed that mountain treelines are moving higher due to the climate crisis.

UN Expert: Global Warming Could Impact World Food Supply Before 1.5°C

UN Expert: Global Warming Could Impact World Food Supply Before 1.5°C

lain-Richard Donwahi, who led a meeting about turning land into desert, is worried that the climate

Sweden and Norway have been victims of climate change

Sweden and Norway have been victims of climate change

As climate change continues to cause destruction, Sweden, and its neighbour Norway have become the l

Rhodes, Odemira, Maui: Where Will the Next Fire Be?

Rhodes, Odemira, Maui: Where Will the Next Fire Be?

An harrowing heat made 2023 the warmest on record, and the world is being consumed by flames.

Experts Disagree on Sweden's 10 New Nuclear Reactors

Experts Disagree on Sweden's 10 New Nuclear Reactors

Sweden is planning to build 10 new nuclear reactors in the next 20 years, and this has caused some d

€58 Billion Green Investment Plan for 2024 Approved in Germany

€58 Billion Green Investment Plan for 2024 Approved in Germany

Germany is planning to spend around $63.2 billion to help the environment next year.

Rice Prices Surge to Highest Levels Since 2008 due to Growing Supply Concerns

Rice Prices Surge to Highest Levels Since 2008 due to Growing Supply Concerns

Rice prices in Asia are the highest they've been in nearly 15 years.

Canadian Farmer's Clever Idea: Cows That Burp Less Harmful Gas

Canadian Farmer's Clever Idea: Cows That Burp Less Harmful Gas

Ben Loewith is a farmer in Lynden, Ontario, Canada, who's working to lower the amount of methane gas

Save Energy: EON Warns that Europe is still Facing Problems with High Energy Prices

Save Energy: EON Warns that Europe is still Facing Problems with High Energy Prices

EON SE, a major energy company, is worried about the potential rise in energy prices in Europe for t

Siemens Energy Faces €4.5 Billion Loss as Wind Turbine Troubles Escalate

Siemens Energy Faces €4.5 Billion Loss as Wind Turbine Troubles Escalate

Siemens Energy, a major wind power company in Germany, is facing serious problems with its wind turb

Swedish Investors Unite to Save the Planet: H&M and Northvolt Join Forces

Swedish Investors Unite to Save the Planet: H&M and Northvolt Join Forces

Harald Mix, a famous investor who cares about the environment, has put a lot of money into companies

Singapore Invites Bids for New Power Plant to Strengthen Energy Security

Singapore Invites Bids for New Power Plant to Strengthen Energy Security

Singapore is asking companies to submit plans for building and running a new gas-fired power plant b

Major Banks Strive for Green Goals: Net-Zero Emissions in Sight

Major Banks Strive for Green Goals: Net-Zero Emissions in Sight

Banks are collaborating to establish worldwide rules for measuring carbon emissions in transactions

Earth's Rising Temperature: Urgent Climate Solutions Needed

Earth's Rising Temperature: Urgent Climate Solutions Needed

The Earth is getting hotter every year due to the burning of fossil fuels like coal and oil since th

Sweden Rejects Vattenfall's Stora Middelgrund Wind Farm Proposal

Sweden Rejects Vattenfall's Stora Middelgrund Wind Farm Proposal

The Swedish government said "no" to Vattenfall's idea of building a wind farm at Stora Middelgrund o

Groundbreaking Study: Solar Energy Powers Eco-Friendly Water Purification

Groundbreaking Study: Solar Energy Powers Eco-Friendly Water Purification

A groundbreaking study from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign looked into using renewable

Global Food Supplies at Risk: Extreme Weather and Rising Costs Raise Concerns

Global Food Supplies at Risk: Extreme Weather and Rising Costs Raise Concerns

Extreme weather and rising costs are causing significant problems for food supplies all over the wor

From IKEA to Automakers: How Top Brands are Transforming Supply Chains for Environmental Goals

From IKEA to Automakers: How Top Brands are Transforming Supply Chains for Environmental Goals

Big brands, like IKEA's investment arm, are following automakers' example by buying stakes in suppli

Expensive Costs Halt Vattenfall's UK Wind Project, Affecting Climate Goals

Expensive Costs Halt Vattenfall's UK Wind Project, Affecting Climate Goals

Vattenfall AB, a Swedish energy company, has decided to halt its work on a wind project in the UK du

Heatwave Warning: Increased Risk of Heart Attacks and Deaths

Heatwave Warning: Increased Risk of Heart Attacks and Deaths

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has issued a warning about the heatwave getting stronger

Sailing to a Cleaner Future: The Dawn of Offshore Solar Energy Revolution

Sailing to a Cleaner Future: The Dawn of Offshore Solar Energy Revolution

Revolutionizing clean energy: harnessing the untapped power of offshore solar technology.

Heatwaves Spread Across The Globe

Heatwaves Spread Across The Globe

Global heatwaves intensify, causing authorities to implement drastic measures. Record temperatures e

Toshiba and GE Collaborate for Japan's Offshore Wind Energy

Toshiba and GE Collaborate for Japan's Offshore Wind Energy

Toshiba and General Electric (GE) are working together in Japan to make equipment for offshore wind

Zara's Owner, Inditex, Takes Bold Steps Towards Eco-Friendly Fashion by 2030

Zara's Owner, Inditex, Takes Bold Steps Towards Eco-Friendly Fashion by 2030

Zara's parent company, Inditex, wants to be more environmentally friendly by 2030.

EU Drops Hazardous Chemical Ban due to Industry Pressure

EU Drops Hazardous Chemical Ban due to Industry Pressure

The European Commission is in trouble for not keeping its promise to ban dangerous chemicals in Euro

Opinion: Plastics are turning on human civilization

Opinion: Plastics are turning on human civilization

In a landscape where synthetic materials, more specifically plastics, have reshaped civilization, en

Egypt's Largest Bank Secures $250 Million for Green Projects and Sustainable Growth

Egypt's Largest Bank Secures $250 Million for Green Projects and Sustainable Growth

Egypt's largest private bank, Commercial International Bank SAE, has received $250 million in loans

Powerful Partnership: US and China Taking on Climate Change

Powerful Partnership: US and China Taking on Climate Change

The two biggest economies in the world, the United States and China, need to work together to solve

Sweden and Ireland Say No to Deep-Sea Mining

Sweden and Ireland Say No to Deep-Sea Mining

Ireland and Sweden have joined the group of countries that are against deep-sea mining and are calli

Climate Activists Criticize Shell CEO for Supporting Fossil Fuels

Climate Activists Criticize Shell CEO for Supporting Fossil Fuels

Climate campaigners have condemned Shell's CEO, Wael Sawan, for suggesting that reducing oil and gas

Italy Embraces Renewable Energy: Increased Production Fuels Shift Away from Fossil Fuels

Italy Embraces Renewable Energy: Increased Production Fuels Shift Away from Fossil Fuels

Italy's energy minister has taken important actions to address the energy crisis in the country.

EU's Green Transition in Danger as China Restricts Mineral Exports

EU's Green Transition in Danger as China Restricts Mineral Exports

China has recently decided to limit the export of important minerals, which will have a big impact o

UK Emissions Trading Scheme Increases Efforts to Reduce Carbon Emissions

UK Emissions Trading Scheme Increases Efforts to Reduce Carbon Emissions

The UK emissions trading scheme (ETS) is making changes to help reduce carbon dioxide pollution.

UK at Risk of Falling Behind in Renewable Energy Race as Onshore Wind Plans Stumble

UK at Risk of Falling Behind in Renewable Energy Race as Onshore Wind Plans Stumble

Rishi Sunak is getting criticized for putting politics ahead of fighting climate change.

China Takes Action with New Taxes on Fuel Blending Components

China Takes Action with New Taxes on Fuel Blending Components

China has introduced a new tax on different fuel blending components that are used in making gasolin

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