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Germany: Berlin city house of representatives votes to divest from fossil fuels in line with goal of going "climate neutral" by 2050
Author: James Ayre, CleanTechnica
"Berlin’s Parliament Has Voted To Divest From Fossil Fuels",...
With regard to the issue of refugees, the concern lies primarily with the immediate protection from persecution and human solidarity. E.ON has committed itself publicly to this. We want people, who are in distress, to receive help. As a company, we...
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Author: Damian Carrington, Guardian Sustainable Business (UK)
Norway’s parliament has formally endorsed the move to sell off coal investments from its $900bn sovereign wealth fund, the world’s biggest.It is the largest fossil fuel divestment yet, affecting 122 companies across the world, and marking a new...
Author: Focus via DPA
Erstmals unterstützt einem Pressebericht zufolge ein großer Stromkonzern die Pläne von Bundeswirtschaftsminister Sigmar Gabriel (SPD) für eine Sonderabgabe auf Kohlestrom zur Erreichung von Klimazielen.EnBW -Vorstandschef Frank Mastiaux schrieb...
Author: Damian Carrington, Guardian (UK)
The 100 global power companies most at risk from growing pressure to shut highly polluting coal plants have been revealed in a new report from Oxford University....
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