By Alastair Sharp Norway’s municipal employees’ pension fund, the country’s largest, has sold its last remaining stakes in companies with operations in Canada’s oilsands, saying holding them does not align with efforts to keep global heating below internationally agreed-upon targets. The fund, Kommunal Landspensjonskasse (KLP), last year dumped stocks that drew more than 30 per cent […]
Check out “Greta Thunberg in Vancouver” from David Lavallee posted on nationalobserver.com.
The IPCC approved and accepted Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate at its 51st Session held on 20 – 23 September 2019. The approved Summary for policymakers (SPM) was presented at a press conference on 25 September 2019. For this Special Report, more than 100 scientists from more than 30 […]
The first residents of an all-electric and energy-efficient community — the largest residential battery demand response project in the United States — are settling into new apartments. Their cars are tucked neatly beneath solar panel covers and their electric cars can plug into charging ports. Inside each apartment in the Soleil Lofts development, a Sonnen […]
The world’s largest oil companies gathered in New York City on Monday [September 23, 2019]. At the same time, global leaders met at the UN Climate Summit. Executives from thirteen fossil fuel companies talked about how to defend their industry as countries around the world planned to cut carbon dioxide emissions. The chief executive of […]