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Reducing GHGs Will Increase UK GDP, Report Says

If the UK holds to its commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions to 80 percent below their 1990 levels by 2050, there would be a 1.1 percent increase in gross domestic product, according to a report by Cambridge Econometrics. The report looks at the likely results of the four interim … Read more »

Rolls-Royce NVC 386 live fish carrying vessel

Contract Wins: Rolls-Royce, Dow, Fluor, Virent

Rolls-Royce has signed a repeat order for a ship developed specifically for transporting live fish. This will be the second vessel of this type for ship owner Sølvtrans AS, the world’s largest transporter of live fish. The first ship is due for delivery in June and the latest contract also … Read more »

Top Carbon Reducer Calls Results ‘Misleading’

Bam Group, a property, design, construction and facilities management firm, has ranked no. 1 in the UK’s Carbon Reduction Commitment Performance League Table (PTL), with data appearing to show that it cut emissions 65 percent in one year. Motorola, Skanska, Manchester City Council and bank Bradford & Bingley round out … Read more »

Truvia Achieves Carbon Trust Certification

Truvia calorie-free sweetener has achieved product carbon footprint certification by the Carbon Trust, according to the brand, which has set a goal to become carbon-neutral by 2020. Parent company Cargill worked with the Carbon Trust to certify Truvia’s carbon footprint and verify its waste and water footprints throughout its supply chain, … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Shell-BASF Compensation Fund, Navy Biofuel, Enbridge Fined

Local subsidiaries of Shell and BASF in Brazil have been ordered to pay $382 million into a compensation fund that would cover costs for about 1,000 workers who allege they were contaminated and sickened at an agricultural chemical plant. BASF acquired the chemical plant, originally owned by Shell, through a … Read more »

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