#cooling News

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EB Studio The country’s latest green energy auction might have been hampered by issues with transmission lines, but experts say this should not stop businesses from expanding their renewables use. Battery storage could be a solution.
Spikes in temperature-related deaths during extreme summer heatwaves “will eventually become commonplace” if societies do not adapt to the dangerous impacts of extreme heat, new research finds.
Rising heat fuelled by climate change will hit women harder than men when it comes to their work, pay and health, report warns.
The intense heatwaves that have been engulfing the US, China and southern Europe in July 2023 are “not rare anymore” in our current climate, a new rapid attribution study warns.
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#cooling Opinion

As cities grow and heat up, it’s time to get rid of your air-conditioner and have more plants in your homes.
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As the world warms, heat stress will harm economic productivity and worsen inequality across Asia. ADB should play a more active role in stimulating green cooling innovation, writes Sindra Sharma-Khushal of climate change think tank E3G.
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As global temperatures rise and demand for air conditioning and refrigeration soars, all countries must adopt common-sense initiatives to make cooling more efficient, less emissions-intensive, and more affordable for consumers.
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#cooling Podcasts

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EB Studio If a real estate development can reduce energy and water consumption – and emit fewer carbon emissions – it is built to last, Oliver Chan tells the Eco-Business podcast. The key, however, is to first educate future homeowners and businesses that going green does not mean breaking the bank.
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