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Campaigners say a charitable scheme to install solar panels in schools in England and Wales will be ‘unsustainable’ if cuts to the feed-in tariff go aheadA charitable project that has installed more than 1,000 solar panels on schools in England and Wales will close next summer if government proposals to cut support for renewable energy go ahead
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2015-10-07 00:01:01
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OSLO (Reuters) - South Korea's Hoesung Lee, chosen on Tuesday to head the U.N.'s panel of climate scientists, favors wider pricing of carbon dioxide output to curb emissions of the greenhouse gases the group blames for global warming.
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2015-10-06 15:42:03
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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Shares in German wind and solar park operator CHORUS Clean Energy opened flat in their stock market debut on Wednesday.
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2015-10-07 02:26:56
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JAKARTA (Reuters) - The Indonesian government is asking major palm oil companies to row back on the historic “no deforestation” pledges they made at last year’s United Nations climate change summit, officials and company sources say.

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2015-10-06 16:12:55
Labor leader says Australia can have a ‘battle of ideas’ over which party has the best climate change policies, but is yet to detail the ALP’s alternative plansBill Shorten says his goal to source 50% of Australia’s power from renewables by 2030 is a “declaration of intent”, to be achieved by Labor’s yet-to-be-detailed policies including an emissions trading scheme, as well as increased consumer demand for clean energy
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2015-10-06 08:01:08
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As violence erupts in the capital, plans for the country’s first major solar plant bring hope to thousands whose lives will be transformed by electricityWhen entrepreneurs and government ministers signed a deal for the first major solar power plant in Burundi, the future of this energy-crippled nation seemed full of promise
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2015-10-06 03:56:27
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CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Green energy is cheap in the long run and clean compared to "dirty" coal and costly nuclear power, a senior German energy official said on the sidelines of a Cape Town conference, at a time when South Africa plans to expand atomic power generation.
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2015-10-05 13:28:05
OSLO (Reuters) - All nations should agree to toughen curbs on greenhouse gas emissions every five years under a U.N. accord to combat global warming due in December, according to a first suggested text of a U.N. agreement on Monday.

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2015-10-05 11:41:50
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A Scottish company has developed a commercial scale method of producing biofuel capable of fuelling cars from the unwanted residue of the whisky fermentation process.
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2015-10-05 06:10:09
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - German will provide India more than 2 billion euros ($2.25 billion) for developing a clean energy corridor and solar projects, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday after talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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2015-10-05 04:37:29
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OSLO (Reuters) - Six candidates are vying to become head of the U.N.'s top authority on climate change science this week, seeking to narrow down uncertainties about future warming to guide a trillion-dollar shift to greener energies.
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2015-10-04 05:48:30
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has promised to shave a third off the rate at which it emits greenhouse gases over the next 15 years, in a long-awaited contribution toward reaching a deal to slow global warming at a U.N. climate summit in December.

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2015-10-02 08:45:42
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Funding geothermal and solar energy projects can help to provide clean, reliable, renewable power to people, boosting green growth and reducing poverty Steam billows from an energy plant in a stretch of Kenya’s Great Rift Valley, about 180km north of the capital, Nairobi. But the white clouds rising from the tidy grid of pipes aren’t a sign of polluting greenhouse gas emissions contributing to climate change
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2015-10-02 08:44:21
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MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines aims to cut its carbon emissions by 70 percent by 2030 but only if it gets financial and technical help to meet that target at international climate change talks this year, a presidential aide said on Friday.
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2015-10-02 02:53:03
World’s third biggest greenhouse gas emitter says it will source 40% of its electricity from non-fossil fuel sources, ahead of Paris climate summitIndia, the world’s third biggest greenhouse gas emitter, has pledged to source 40% of its electricity from renewable and other low-carbon sources by 2030
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2015-10-02 01:57:24