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Keeping phones for 5 years cuts yearly impact on global warming by 31%

Researchers projects that using a smartphone for five instead of three years could reduce the phone’s annual carbon footprint by 31%.
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How to organize as a zoöp and give nature a legal status

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Earth Day, April 22 2022 marked the emergence of the Zoöp, a model for organizing institutions and businesses in a zoölogical coöperative.
lithium

NGOs demand clear commitments to responsible sourcing, design, reuse and recycling of batteries

The EU Batteries Regulation is crucial to guarantee sustainability requirements for the whole life-cycle and recycling of batteries.
wind power

Clean energy transition may eventually profit from war, report finds

The war in Ukraine may at first delay the transition and increase emissions, but ultimately will lead to an even faster acceleration in the pace of the transition, a new report finds.
oil rig

Not a single oil major is Paris-aligned

Following the latest CA100+ benchmark and IPCC report it appears that not a single oil major is Paris-aligned, Follow This reports
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Solar powered USV robot boat crosses the ocean, a first

Mahi Two, an uncrewed surface vessel (USV), has become what is believed to be the first to cross the Atlantic Ocean using only solar power.
tree felling for biomass

Tree felling for biomass continues despite strong warnings

Many wood-burning power plants and wood pellet manufacturing plants in the EU appear to be using trees logged directly from forests.
stockholm exergi

Stockholm Exergi plans to build Europe’s first large-scale negative emissions plant

Stockholm Exergi plans to build Europe’s first large-scale negative emissions plant, a project supported by the EU’s Innovation Fund.