· Nuclear bailout tied to bribery scandal was years in making →
But he said Friday he can’t get past that “the process was so polluted, tainted, illegal, inappropriate — however you want to call it.”
· Climate crisis: ‘Ban ads for polluting SUVs’ campaign urges, highlighting damaging trend for ever larger vehicles →
Advertising the most polluting cars on the roads – predominantly large Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs) – should be immediately banned, according to a new campaign highlighting the growing damage done by the trend for ever larger private vehicles on British roads.
· Tree walks in Chennai: The people building urban forests in India →
This polluted the water and also led to the lake shrinking by more than 50 percent.
· Ban SUV adverts to meet UK climate goals, report urges →
The report, Upselling Smoke, found the global trend of rapidly increasing sales of bigger and more polluting SUVs was jeopardising climate goals.
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· Global coal power capacity falls for first time even as China builds more plants →
As developed economies in Europe and North America increasingly shift toward cleaner energy sources, mining companies are looking to fast-growing Asian countries to shore up demand for the heavy polluting fossil fuel.
· Even With COVID-19, I'm Bullish On These Renewable Energy ETFs →
When COVID-19 first hit in March of this year people stayed home, gasoline consumption plummeted, and blue skies appeared over formerly polluted cities.
· Climate change like a cancer that needs urgent treatment, says Bhutan’s PM →
At present, that number is 72 per cent - vast swathes of protected trees providing a major carbon sink for the region, while Bhutan remains a low-emission nation irrespective, with no major polluting industry and a small, rural and mostly subsistence-reliant population.
· Childcare, aged care turned into business ventures →
But instead of actually cutting emissions, fossil-fuel companies and governments can use the term ‘‘net zero emissions’’ to continue polluting.