Cut global emissions by 7.6 percent every year for next decade to meet 1.5°C Paris target

On current unconditional pledges, the world is heading for a 3.2°C temperature rise Technologies and policy knowledge exist to cut emissions, but transformations must begin now G20 nations account for 78 per cent of all emissions, but 15 G20 members have not committed to a timeline for net-zero emissions Geneva, 26 November 2019 – On the eve of a year...

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The Nobel Prize in Physics 2014

7 October 2014 The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences[1] has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Physics for 2014 to Isamu AkasakiMeijo University, Nagoya, Japan and Nagoya University, Japan Hiroshi AmanoNagoya University, Japan and Shuji NakamuraUniversity of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA “for the invention of efficient blue light-emitting diodes which has enabled bright and energy-saving white light sources”...

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Back to PR Basics: The Press Release

The press release in public relations is a titan, a bulwark, a cornerstone—even today, in the digital age. The release still has a crucial role to play, and not only for SEO purposes[1]. It’s a way to keep your brand top of mind and to share the stories and announcements that will delight both the media and your audience. With...

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Electric cars emit less CO2 over their lifetime than diesels even

Receive them directly in your inbox. Delivered once a week. Even in countries with the highest GHG intensity of electricity generation – Poland and Germany – the EV performs better on a lifecycle basis (including the emissions in manufacturing the battery and vehicle) than the diesel car. Using the Polish average, an electric vehicle emits 25% less CO2 over its lifetime,...

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