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Even As NatGas Prices Fall, Energy Supplier Warns Consumer Prices Will Double

The price of electricity and gas is likely to remain high in Europe for the foreseeable future, with one German supplier warning that prices are likely to double in the coming months rather than go down. Ingbert Liebing, the head…

The Guardian view on carbon offsetting: a model with dangerous flaws | Editorial

The strong reaction to the Guardian’s joint investigation into carbon offsetting shows how much is at stake when the effectiveness of market mechanisms in combating global heating is challenged. Already, in Australia, politicians and scientists have renewed their criticism of…

Guest Post: Labor’s scheme to cut industrial emissions is worryingly flexible

BHP steelworks at Port Kembla Phto: John Englart Rebecca Pearse, Australian National University The federal government today proposed new rules to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from Australia’s polluting industrial sector. The rule changes apply to a measure known as the…

Inventor in Baja is testing a plan to cool the Earth by mimicking a volcanic eruption – CNBC

Luke Iseman conducting his balloon launch in Apr. 2022, before Make Sunsets was formally incorporated. When Luke Iseman was thinking of launching a solar geoengineering startup, he talked to experts in the field. The strongest advice they gave him was…

‘Feels like summer’: Warm winter breaks temperature records in Europe – Reuters

Ski slopes deserted due to lack of snow Activists call for faster action on climate change Pollen warning issued as plants bloom early Governments get short-term gas-price respite LONDON/BRUSSELS, Jan 4 (Reuters) – Record-high winter temperatures swept across parts of…

Financial Firms May Have to Reveal their Climate Risk – Scientific American

U.S. regulators laid the groundwork last year to address the threats that climate change poses to the global financial system. This year could see those efforts bear fruit. Success will depend on how quickly agencies such as the Securities and…

What Climate Change Means for Central America, With Paul J. Angelo – Council on Foreign Relations

LINDSAY:Welcome to The President’s Inbox, a CFR podcast about the foreign policy challenges facing the United States. I’m Jim Lindsay, director of Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. This week’s topic is what climate change means for Central America….

New shipping regulation to combat global warming is under fire – FreightWaves

The ocean shipping industry is just days away from the debut of the Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII), a new regulation meant to combat global warming. Even as an initial baby step, the CII is not inspiring confidence in the future…

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