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Environmentalists are celebrating a Greek ban on bottom trawling and urging other nations to follow. Some scientists fear unintended consequences.
Tharman Shanmugaratnam_Welcome Dinner Ecosperity Week 2024
He was drawing from a buzz phrase made popular by the Chinese, which means doing the bare minimum to get by. Avoid complacency but don’t adopt "catastrophic thinking", says Tharman Shanmugaratnam at the Ecosperity sustainability conference.
LNG ship Japan
The country’s largest utilities could have 11 million more tonnes of liquefied natural gas per year than needed by 2030. The resultant gas exports could create overcapacity and fry climate targets in emerging Asian markets, analysts say.
Methane flaring with black smoke
EB Studio Tools already exist for the oil and gas industry to reduce methane and massively decrease global emissions. Firmer regulations, however, may be the only way to stop polluters.
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Moving in the opposite direction from the rest of the world, Indonesia plans to lower its renewable energy ambitions by 2030. The new governing administration needs to make effort to ensure that even the reduced targets are met.
The United States' decision to pause permits for new liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facilities does not threaten Asia’s energy security or decarbonisation goals.
Pakistan gas power plant
Supporting natural gas projects hinders the deployment of clean and renewable energy solutions for developing countries. Instead, nations should receive help in phasing out fossil fuels in line with their climate targets.
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