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Wildlife conservation could mitigate climate change

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Global wildlife conservation could enhance natural carbon capture and storage by boosting ecosystem carbon sinks. The post Wildlife conservation could mitigate climate change appeared first on Innovation News Network.

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Kia EV6 achieves product carbon footprint certification from the Carbon Trust

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Kia EV6 ( earlier post )has achieved product carbon footprint certification and ‘ Carbon Measured ’ label from the global climate change and sustainability consultancy the Carbon Trust, becoming the first Korean vehicle manufacturer to achieve the certificate.

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Study finds limiting warming to 2 °C would require at least a $200/t carbon tax globally

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Some will suffer greatly from climate change, while others may even benefit. Lloyd Distinguished Service Professor in Economics, and José-Luis Cruz of Princeton University assesses the local social cost of carbon (LSCC) and how that cost aligns with the carbon reduction pledges countries made under the Paris Agreement.

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Climate change could have devastating effects on forests’ carbon uptake

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Studies by Oregon State University have found that climate change will damage trees' ability to cool leaves and pull carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The post Climate change could have devastating effects on forests’ carbon uptake appeared first on Innovation News Network.

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How serious is Norway about climate change? So much that its streetlights self-dim

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Virginia Tech researchers find estimates of the carbon cycle are incorrect; implications for models

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Virginia Tech researchers, in collaboration with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, have discovered that key parts of the global carbon cycle used to track movement of carbon dioxide in the environment are not correct, which could significantly alter conventional carbon cycle models.

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Developing large-scale CCUS projects to fight climate change

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Carbon capture utilisation and storage is an essential tool in fighting climate change in sectors such as cement and steel production. The post Developing large-scale CCUS projects to fight climate change appeared first on Innovation News Network.