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A study has found that fiscal policies introduced by governments in developing countries can have a significant effect on lowering harmful carbon emissions and help countries with fulfilling their

Southeast Asia faces a major challenge: meeting its growing energy needs while limiting its greenhouse gas emissions.

New Zealand agriculture faces a "moment of truth" this year as concerns mount about rising trade barriers and changes to local environmental regulations, rural lending specialist Rabobank said.

A new report from the International Transport Forum (ITF) says the sector's CO2 emissions will rise up to 60 per cent between 2015 and 2050, with shifting global trade patterns making it difficult

Climate change will have “severe conse quences“ for planes trying to take off, and increase the chance of inflight turbulence, icing-up incidents and enginethreatening dust storms -but there is no

CARBON DIOXIDE is the main greenhouse gas emitted by human activities. But it is not the only gas capable of causing great harm to people and the planet.

America’s bold effort to cut carbon-dioxide emissions from power plants is on hold.

This briefing note synthesizes the latest evidence on the impacts of traditional biomass cooking and discusses options for addressing these challenges, with recommendations for policy-makers in Kenya and across sub-Saharan Africa.

Recent debate about agricultural greenhouse gas emissions mitigation highlights trade-offs inherent in the way we produce and consume food, with increasing scrutiny on emissions-intensive livestock products. Although most research has focused on mitigation through improved productivity, systemic interactions resulting from reduced beef production at the regional level are still unexplored.

“WE’VE shown what’s possible when the world stands as one,” declared Barack Obama after UN climate talks in Paris ended with an agreement on December 12th.

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