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9. UK will need more energy storage to cope without gas-fired heating17.08.2018   11:23 
In order to meet its 2050 climate goals, the nation will have to reduce the amount of natural gas used for heating, however the electricity system will not be able to cope unless thermal storage technology is improved, Bloomberg reports. То reduce its greenhouse gas emissions from the heating sector
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10. U.N. shipping agency to tackle growing CO2 emissions11.04.2018   13:17 
There have been years of slow progress, but the strategy could fall well short of what is required to limit global warming. The shipping sector, along with aviation, avoided specific emissions cut targets in a global climate pact agreed at the end of 2015. The aim of that pact was to limit a global average
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11. Britain stops a new coal mine project on climate grounds26.03.2018   12:47 
 Britain has rejected plans for a new open cast coal mine in northeastern England. According to the minister for local government the project could hinder Britain in its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and curb climate change, Reuters cited.   Proponents of the project stated it
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12. Akzo Nobel and Gasunie to Build Europe10.01.2018   08:41 
Dutch paints and chemicals maker Akzo Nobel and gas network operator Gasunie plan to build Europe’s largest green hydrogen production plant in a bid to cut emissions, the companies said on Tuesday, Reuters reported. The facility, to be built in the northern part of the Netherlands, would use
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