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Slovenia became the latest country on Tuesday, January 14, to declare a goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Madrid ended with no agreement. The government's aim to reduce carbon emission has become difficult.
Greenhouse gas emissions surged to a record level last year, the UN said in its "Emissions Gap Report".
UN report says that global fossil fuel production by 2030 would be at levels between 50-120% over Paris Agreement targets.
The ocean could provide over six times more food than it does now with better management and more technological innovation, scientists say.
British budget airline easyJet on Tuesday, Nov. 19, said it would become the world's first major airline to operate net-zero carbon flights.
The Netherlands will cut its nationwide speed limit as part of a package of emergency measures intended to reduce nitrogen pollution.
Toyota also develops hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles and plans to launch fuel-cell car models in China.
Alternative proteins are all about options for consumers.
A new green fund being set up should prioritize protecting its rain forests and creating a carbon trading program to curb climate change.
Walhi warns that the land and forest fire currently plaguing Riau and other regions pose a serious threat to Indonesia's emission reduction goal.
Transportation Minister Budi Karya demands public transport operators start studying the use of electric fleets to reduce emissions gas in the city.
Anies Baswedan said that an e-emission test application is launched as an effort to control the city's air quality.
Britain's foreign aid department said it would use the money to help those Africa and Asia withstand the effects of climate change.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan said that his administration would tighten the implementation of vehicle emissions test starting 2020.
Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions were at a record high last year and new renewable power capacity has stalled after years of strong growth.
Britain currently aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) by 80 percent from 1990 levels by 2050.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV will pay more than $700 million to resolve lawsuits from the U.S. Justice Department and diesel owners.
The European Union agreed on Monday to a goal of cutting carbon emissions from cars by 37.5 percent in a decade.