The Latest News from Grist Nuclear fusion gets a boost as 31 countries sign reactor agreement 21 Nov 2006 at 11:11am After years of debate, 31 countries have agreed to build the $12.8 billion International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor in southern France. (Ah, “experimental reactor” — was there ever a more comforting phrase?) Deemed “the victory […]Read More
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"If you’re someone who cares about water quality and wetlands, “you’re sick to your stomach, This is a very big deal.”
High Court Drops ‘Earthquake’ on Federal Water Protections (1) https://bit.ly/3458W1O
Business seeks a multilateral binding treaty to reduce plastic waste and the production of virgin plastic.
Businesses send powerful signal to UN on need for legally binding plastic pollution treaty https://bit.ly/3u0tYJU
Stakeholder capitalism: bringing the investment market to bear on climate action.
Major investor will target bosses at firms failing on climate https://bbc.in/3fSNjEq
CCS has yet to meet its promise.
Shell CCS Plant Emits More Greenhouse Gases Than It's Captured https://bit.ly/3qYcFHG