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After INC-4, only one meeting is left for the world to reach a consensus on a treaty to limit plastics pollution. With festering disagreements surrounding a cap on plastic production, success is far from assured.
As US lawmakers move to force TikTok's Chinese parent company to sell the app or face a ban, here is a look at other global curbs.
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Two Australian companies in the recycling business clinched the top spots, while five Chinese firms made their debut in Corporate Knights’ Global 100 Index.
A boom in Chinese solar power construction drove another record-breaking year of renewables growth in 2023, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
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India’s Indigenous Prototype Fast Breeder Nuclear Reactor (PFBR) and abundant thorium reserves hold key to India’s future energy security.
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The United States, Canada and the United Arab Emirates are among those who account for close to half of global oil and gas production and are focusing on a slew of mitigation measures except for reducing production.
Rich countries must step up with more investment in climate action to achieve a safe and prosperous future for all.
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Urban rewilding is about conservation, but it’s also about reconnecting people with the natural world.
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The global power and automations firm won an order of US$80 million to supply a 100-megawatt photovoltaic solar plant in Ontario, which will increase the clean energy capacity of Canada and reduce 162,000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually
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Healthcare and sustainability: Why aren't we talking about it?
If the global healthcare sector was a country, it would be the fifth largest emitter in the world — not great for a sector that promises 'to do no harm'. But a growing movement is emerging to decarbonise healthcare.
Nodules on the deep sea floor
Pro-miners argue that deep-sea mining is essential to enable the energy transition. On the Eco-Business podcast, Sian Owen of the Deep Sea Conservation Coalition argues why nature's last frontier should be protected, not exploited.
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