Southern Ocean losing ability to soak up carbon dioxide, researchers say 18 May 2007 at 12:05pm If you’re counting on the seas to soak up excess emissions and get us out of this climate mess, you might need a new plan. Scientists say Antarctica’s Southern Ocean, a whopper of a “carbon sink,” is losing its […]Read More
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Business seeks a multilateral binding treaty to reduce plastic waste and the production of virgin plastic.
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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.
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