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· UK lockdown: What are the new rules for drivers and how far can people travel? →
Of course, this will all mean dirtier, more polluted air and a sudden jump in NOx and CO2 emissions.
· Fiction for older children reviews – monster quests and inner challenges →
Agbabi’s vision of the future is startlingly plausible: neurodivergence is catered for, but veganism is the default because humanity turned its back on emissions too late.
· Building industry stimulus: Key focus should be on housing, before buyers →
Our world's largest rock art gallery on the Burrup Peninsula in WA has suffered bulldozing followed by corrosion from the emissions of corrosive gases from the flares at Woodside's plant.
The New York Times
· Monster or Machine? A Profile of the Coronavirus at 6 Months →
A mere wisp of data has grounded more than half of the world’s commercial airplanes, sharply reduced global carbon emissions and doubled the stock price of Zoom.
· Star Bulk Reels From Trade Recession, Could Soar With Recovery →
What we knew would happen was the implementation of IMO 2020, a global anti-pollution initiative that would greatly lower the sulfur emissions from high-sulfur fuel.
The Japan Times
· China to dominate nuclear power as Beijing bets on homegrown reactors →
Installed capacity of 130 gigawatts would cut annual carbon dioxide emissions by about 746 million tons, assuming average operating levels are similar to last year’s, according to a calculation based on data from the China Nuclear Energy Association.
· Plunging cost of wind and solar marks turning point in energy transition: IRENA →
Such a switch would also reduce global carbon dioxide emissions by about the equivalent of 5per cent of the total CO2 emissions in 2019, the report found.
The New York Times
· ‘Going in the Wrong Direction’: More Tropical Forest Loss in 2019 →
Global Forest Watch researchers estimated that the loss of primary tropical forest in 2019 resulted in the release of more than 2 billion tons of carbon dioxide, or more than the emissions from all on-road vehicles in the United States in a typical year.
· U.S. court rules Volkswagen cannot escape penalty in diesel lawsuits →
The ruling was a victory for Utah's Salt Lake County and Florida's Hillsborough County, which had sued VW for causing excess diesel emissions harmful to the environment and could in theory seek billions of dollars in damages.
· Australian beach life at risk as environment drops down agenda →
As a result of COVID-19, the 2020 UN Climate Summit has already been cancelled, while US President Donald Trump has taken the opportunity to complete his rollbacks of emission regulations despite research indicating a correlation between air pollution and coronavirus deaths.