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Earth Day goes digital, individual

Earth Day goes digital, individual on 50th anniversary – join on April 22

21 April 2020 - A range of artistic projects, initiatives in the making and seminars are on the world...

Carbon emissions dip with coronavirus but climate change isn’t going away

Carbon emissions dip with coronavirus but climate change isn’t going away

20 April 2020 - Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels are about to fall by a record 5% this...

US states reverse single use plastic bag bans amid coronavirus pandemic

US states suspend, reverse plastic bag bans amid coronavirus pandemic

11 April 2020 - Several local and state governments in the United States including Massachusetts and San Francisco have...

Bats are remarkably useful for humans and nature

Bats are remarkably useful for humans and nature – don’t hurt them!

10 April 2020 - Bats are getting more bad reputation after the outbreak of COVID-19 on top of ancient...

Most read in March Air quality jumps amid coronavirus lockdowns, CMS on renewables during pandemic, EBRD funding RES projects in district heating

Most read in March: Air quality jumps amid coronavirus lockdowns, CMS on renewables during pandemic, EBRD funding RES projects in district heating

02 April 2020 - The coronavirus has spread and it changed society everywhere in the world. But it came...

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Environmental risks are biggest threat to world economy

31 March 2020 - Author: Danko Kalkan, Green Finance and Environmental Management Expert Climate change, intensive resource use and...

Air pollution sharply falls worldwide on COVID-19 lockdowns

Air pollution sharply falls worldwide on COVID-19 lockdowns

27 March 2020 - Concentrations of nitrogen oxides have gone down by as much as one half in some...

Earth Hour 2020: Turn lights of for our planet on March 28 at 20:30

Earth Hour 2020 – Turn lights off for our planet on March 28 at 20:30

26 March 2020 - The annual Earth Hour event is on Saturday evening but without any gatherings due to...

Birol: COVID-19 shock shows renewables' importance for power balance

Birol: COVID-19 shock shows renewables’ importance for power balance

24 March 2020 - Fatih Birol, head of the International Energy Agency, said the lockdowns due to the coronavirus...

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Water is crucial in fight against coronavirus, UN says as it marks World Water Day

21 March 2020 - The World Water Day and the start of the third year of the Water Action...

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March 21 is International Day of Forests: Home to 80% of all terrestrial species

20 March 2020 - The global celebration of forests – March 21 has been declared to be the International...

Solar power projects worldwide slowed down by coronavirus

Solar power projects worldwide slowed down by coronavirus

18 March 2020 - The rapid spread of the COVID-19 is paralyzing the global economy and photovoltaics are no...

biodiversity loss coronavirus

How biodiversity loss is hurting our ability to combat pandemics

16 March 2020 - The increasing frequency of disease outbreaks is linked to climate change and biodiversity loss. The...

International Olympic Committee climate positive from 2030

International Olympic Committee pledges to climate positive Olympic Games from 2030

04 March 2020 - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that the Olympic Games and Olympic Winter Games will...

Master's students can apply for ESED scholarship

Master’s students can apply for ESED scholarship of up to USD 21,000 by March 6

27 February 2020 - In the region tracked by Balkan Green Energy News, excellent students from Albania, Bosnia and...

clim@ green competition 60 countries

Candidates in clim@ green competition come from 60 countries

27 February 2020 - Grand finalists will present their entries at the GGF Sustainable Future Forum in Frankfurt on...

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