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Robert Redford: To Save the World, Start Small
It’s hard to know at times what the big story is. In a 24/7-news society — and with an Administration that lurches from one controversy to another — it’s easy to get distracted by the story of the moment and ignore the story of the month. Or the year. Or the decade.
Climate change will force today’s kids to pay for costly carbon removal technologies, study says
The longer humans continue to pour carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, the closer we draw to leaving the next generation with an unmanageable climate problem, scientists say.
The Washington Post
Climat: l’appel désespéré des climatologues
Pour les 15 scientifiques, emmenés par James Hansen, point de salut climatique hors l’aspiration du CO2 superflu de l’atmosphère. Une idée déjà inscrite dans l’accord de Paris.
Journal de l'environnement
India launches first solar-panelled train in bid to cut down diesel use
India has launched its first solar-powered train, which it is hoped will save around 21,000 litres of diesel a year, as the government attempts to make the country's vast rail network more environmentally friendly.
The Independent
Indigenous Students Bring Solar Energy to Rural Costa Rica
Four Indigenous girls introduced solar energy in their hometown, following a scholarship provided by the Costa Rican Minister of Foreign Relations to study solar engineering in India.
Tele Sur TV
La Corée vise à produire 20% de son électricité grâce aux énergies renouvelables d'ici 2030
Le gouvernement cherchera à augmenter à 20% la part des énergies renouvelables dans la production d’électricité d’ici 2030 et à bâtir une nation sans risque d’accident nucléaire en faisant table rase des projets de construction de nouveaux réacteurs nucléaires.
La plaine de Beijing sans charbon à l'horizon de 2020
Presque toute consommation de charbon disparaîtra dans les zones de plaine de Beijing à l'horizon 2020, a indiqué mardi la commission municipale du Développement et de la Réforme.
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