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Great Britain Gives the Go-Ahead to Build First Nuclear Plant in Twenty Years

Great Britain Gives the Go-Ahead to Build First Nuclear Plant in Twenty Years

Before the vote to exit the European Union, Great Britain had considered nuclear power its silver bullet — the one to help it reduce its carbon emissions while also keeping the lights on. But all that almost changed after the so-called Brexit vote — when the newly sworn in Prime … Read more »

GHG Protocol

Emissions Reporting Guidance for Low-Carbon Electricity Purchases

The World Resources Institute has published new guidance for companies to measure emissions from purchased electricity. The first major update to the GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard responds to the rapid growth of renewable energy and other major shifts in the electricity market, WRI says. The GHG Protocol … Read more »

Global Economy Facing Environment, Sustainability Skills Deficit

By 2020 the world economy could be facing a skills deficit driven by mega-trends such as population growth, increasing demand for natural resources, and soaring costs of energy, coupled with the impacts of climate change and ecosystem degradation, according to a report by the Institute of Environmental Management & Awareness. … Read more »

Fleets Could Cut Fuel Costs 75% with EVs, Plug-Ins

Fleets Could Cut Fuel Costs 75% with EVs, Plug-Ins

A study of major companies including Boots, Morrisons and Network Rail has found that companies switching to electric or plug-in vehicles could reduce their fleet fuel costs by 75 percent. The report by the Plugged-In Fleets Initiative, a joint effort of the Energy Saving Trust, EDF Energy and Route Monkey, studied the potential savings … Read more »

Unilever, Heathrow Execs Urge Decarbonization

Executives of Unilever, Heathrow Airport and other major companies have written to the UK prime minister to urge decarbonization of the power sector, as a survey of almost 3,500 firms reveals businesses are increasingly worried about energy security. The letter, which was organized by the Prince of Wales’s UK Corporate … Read more »