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The Environment

Transit Trade Growth Complicates Pollution Problem in Caucasus

Apr 17, 2024 at 09:24 | Eurasianet

Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan intend to spend millions of dollars in the coming years developing international trade corridors in the South Caucasus. While such investment may boost prosperity,…

Scientists Warn Gulf Stream Slowdown Could Begin as Early as 2025

Apr 15, 2024 at 08:51 | Kurt Cobb

There were two pieces of recent news which highlight why what was once most often referred to as global warming is now called climate change. Yes, the globe…

Central Asia's Air Quality Among Worst in the World

Apr 02, 2024 at 09:34 | Eurasianet

The air quality in Central Asian states is among the worst in the world, according to corporate study that measured pollution in over 130 countries around the world.…

Biofortification: A Risky Fix for Depleted Soils

Apr 01, 2024 at 08:46 | Kurt Cobb

Many health-conscious people already know that the nutrient value of foods has been dropping since the introduction of industrial agriculture. The causes include loss of nutrient-rich topsoil due…

Water Shortages to Impact Over 30% of the World's Population

Mar 28, 2024 at 09:37 | ZeroHedge

Water is not only the basis of life for animals and plants, but is also likely to become a contested resource in parts of the world in the coming decades.…

The SEC’s Climate Rule Sparks Battleground Debate

Mar 26, 2024 at 09:53 | ZeroHedge

Authored by Justin Bis via RealClear Wire, The Securities and Exchange Commission is at it again. Straying from its core mission of “protecting…

Biden Charges Forward With Historic Auto Emission Crackdown

Mar 18, 2024 at 08:49 | ZeroHedge

Despite pretty much the entire country making it clear that EV mandates are hurting the industry (with major automakers like Ford and GM slashing investment), President Biden is…

Mined Diamond Industry Faces Turmoil as Lab-Grown Gems Capture Market

Mar 11, 2024 at 09:18 | City A.M

It’s no secret that lab-grown diamonds are disrupting the mined diamond industry, but recent results from international diamond miners suggest the shift may be happening faster than analysts…

How Next-Gen Biomanufacturing Can Help Slash Global Emissions

Feb 22, 2024 at 08:15 | Brian Westenhaus

Osaka University researchers succeeded in biomanufacturing a sugar product using chemically synthesized sugar for the first time. With refinement of this technology, one can envision…

The U.S. Has Slashed Carbon Emissions by 879 Million Metric Tons

Feb 20, 2024 at 08:33 | Robert Rapier

Following my previous story on the pause in U.S. liquefied natural gas exports, some readers had a hard time believing that the U.S.…

Why Are Hard-To-Abate Industries So Difficult To Decarbonise?

Feb 16, 2024 at 07:04 | Felicity Bradstock

The world has come a long way in its decarbonisation efforts across a range of industries in recent years. however, it remains extremely difficult to cut carbon in some hard-to-abate…

Uzbekistan Looks to Phase Out Polluting Gasoline Production

Feb 15, 2024 at 07:52 | Eurasianet

In an attempt to show that they are finally taking heed of the rapidly aggravating problem of air pollution, authorities in Uzbekistan have slapped fines on two major…

Banking Giant JP Morgan Exits Climate Action Group

Feb 15, 2024 at 07:25 | Irina Slav

JP Morgan Asset Management has left the Climate Action 100+ group that was set up to pressure companies into becoming greener. The reason for the move,…

Why Is Azerbaijan Hosting the World’s Most Important Climate Change Conference?

Feb 14, 2024 at 07:03 | Eurasianet

Oil rigs just off the coast of Azerbaijan’s capital, Baku, are a constant reminder of what drives this Caspian Sea nation’s economy. Later this year, though, the country’s…

Bitcoin's Soaring Energy Demand Sparks Regulatory Challenges

Feb 09, 2024 at 10:04 | Haley Zaremba

The energy footprint of Bitcoin mining is off the charts. The already gargantuan energy consumption of the process to mint new coins of the cryptocurrency more-than doubled over the…

Election Year Puts Climate Change at Forefront for Businesses

Jan 18, 2024 at 07:26 | City A.M

Last week we learnt that 2023 was the world’s hottest year on record. Concerns about the temperature data from both the Met Office and the EU’s…

EU Cracks Down on Air Pollution

Nov 20, 2023 at 07:21 | ZeroHedge

The European Commission has ordered Hungary, Romania, and 10 other member states to comply with EU air pollution legislation and reduce their emissions of several pollutants to reduce…

Government Pressure Mounts for Industrial Decarbonization

Nov 17, 2023 at 08:12 | Felicity Bradstock

Governments worldwide are pushing companies to alter their practices to decarbonise operations in line with green transition aims. In the U.S., the Biden administration is offering significant financial incentives for…

Floating Cities And Climate Visas: Solutions To The Looming Climate Crisis?

Nov 14, 2023 at 07:37 | City A.M

You’ll remember the image: Tovalu’s climate minister Simon Kofe rolling up his trousers to give up a recorded speech for the Glasgow Cop26 climate conference standing knee-deep in…

Uranium Demand Hits Decade High As Nuclear Renaissance Gains Traction

Oct 30, 2023 at 08:53 | Haley Zaremba

Nuclear is back. After decades of decline in the West’s nuclear energy industry, public and private support of nuclear energy is reversing course. As the specter of climate change grows…

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