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How can we unite people when talking about energy?

South Africa:Govt Aims for 'Zero Carbon' Buildings in Green Push

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Cape Town -Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana knows how much cash going green can save.

American University just graduated to carbon neutral, thanks partly to energy efficiency

EU carbon emissions rise in sign of challenge ahead

The European Union’s total carbon emissions from fossil fuels rose last year by 1.8 percent, highlighting the challenge the bloc faces in meeting its climate targets.

Going for green with energy efficiency at this year's Olympics

Vehicle standards spur fuel economy gains. A rollback would throw us into reverse.

CCAC Annual Report Highlights Emissions Trends in Short-lived Climate Pollutants and Related Global Actions

The Climate and Clean Air Coalition published its fifth annual report, focusing on emissions trends of short-lived climate pollutants and actions by its members to reduce them.

In Run on Less roadshow, trucks topped 10 mpg in real-world driving

The proposed repeal of the Clean Power Plan shortchanges the benefits of energy efficiency

LAC Carbon Forum Stresses Cooperation Among non-State Actors for Success of Paris Agreement

The Latin American and Caribbean Carbon Forum was held 18-20 October 2017 in Mexico City, Mexico. The Forum focused on carbon pricing, market mechanisms and climate finance in the LAC region.


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