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After a top European Commission official cast doubt on the prospects for carbon capture and storage, the continent’s leading energy-from-waste carbon capture project says it is ready to catch up to 95% of emissions.
While the renewable energy sector has proved resilient to the disruption caused by the pandemic, wind and solar deployment must be ramped up considerably to reach net-zero emissions, two new reports say.
Forthcoming EU rules to prevent methane leakage from the energy sector should extend to green gas produced from biomass and synthetic methane, the Council of European Energy Regulators and the EU regulatory agency ACER argue in a white paper.
MEPs have joined the Polish and Ukrainian governments in condemning a deal struck between Germany and the US that will allow the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to be completed.
Shell’s decision to appeal a Dutch court’s landmark order to nearly half its total CO2 emissions by 2030 has been branded as a waste of time by the climate campaigners behind the legal case.
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The team forms the basis of a partnership bringing together over 50 stakeholders throughout Wales to promote a collaborative & co-ordinated approach to tackling this important issue.
The ideal candidate will provide specialist geo-environmental and contaminated land expertise, to support the delivery of environmental services and collaborative projects across consultancy and meet company business plan objectives.
The Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) is a new public body, being established with the principal objective of contributing to environmental protection...
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