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Latest Articles in greenhouse gas emissions

GM Aims To End Sale Of Gasoline, Diesel-Powered Cars, Suvs, Light Trucks By 2035

GM sold 2.55 million vehicles in the United States last year, only about 20,000 of which were EVs. It said in November it was investing $27 billion in electric and autonomous vehicles over the next five years, up from $20 billion planned before the coronavirus pandemic.

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Providing Sustainable Chemistry Solutions

Tata Chemicals has outlined a Climate Change Strategy for 2030 which is aimed at reducing carbon emissions by 30 per cent, becoming water neutral and achieving a circular economy in its value chain.

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Top Investor BlackRock To Expand Climate Talks With Companies In 2021

BlackRock, the world's biggest asset manager with around $7.8 trillion in assets, said its enhanced target list would cover 90% of the greenhouse gas emissions linked to the operations of the companies its clients invest in, globally.

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Shipping's Share Of Global Carbon Emissions Increases

About 90% of world trade is transported by sea and UN shipping agency - the IMO - aims to reduce the industry’s overall greenhouse gas emissions by 50% from 2008 levels by 2050.

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ArcelorMittal Says New EU Plans For CO2 Permits Pose Business Threat

Under the new system, steel makers would receive a sharply reduced number of permits from 2021 to 2030, forcing them to purchase the required licences

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Oil CEOs To Unveil Renewable Energy Fund In New Climate Push

The chief executives of seven oil and gas companies - BP, Eni, Repsol, Saudi Aramco, Shell, Statoil and Total - will announce details of the fund and other steps to reduce greenhouse gases in London

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150 Nations Agree Deal In Rwanda To Cut Greenhouse Gases

Two groups of developing countries will freeze their use of the gases by either 2024 or 2028, and then gradually reduce their use

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Delhi’s Air Pollution Rose 23% During Second Odd-Even Phase

The odd-even scheme ends today, April 30, 2016, the data indicating that it likely cannot work in the long term without additional action, such as improving bus services, curbing factory and truck emissions and suppressing construction dust–which accounts for about half of Delhi’s air pollution

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Modi Underlines Paris Climate Summit's Significance For India's Future

The Indian pavilion at COP21 showcases the country's commitment to climate change and renewable energy initiatives

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