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Global Briefing: Dutch trim speed limit in pursuit of emissions savings

Global Briefing: Dutch trim speed limit in pursuit of emissions savings

All the latest green business news from around the world

Labour, Lib Dems, and Greens go head to head with fresh wave of 'climate emergency' pledges

Labour, Lib Dems, and Greens go head to head with fresh wave of 'climate emergency' pledges

Labour announces major solar roll out plan for libraries and communities, as Lib Dems pledge £100bn to tackling 'climate emergency' and Greens propose Universal Basic Income

How indoor ag is growing a resilient food revolution

How indoor ag is growing a resilient food revolution

It's not just about growing more food and using fewer inputs - It's also about creating local, adaptive food systems that can withstand the effects of climate change

A whole new way to love McDonald's: its climate goals

A whole new way to love McDonald's: its climate goals

Having inked its first major US renewables deal, the fast food giant is now exploring to curb emissions from its thousands of franchises

To win a climate election, parties need ambition, not compromise with the fossil fuel industry

To win a climate election, parties need ambition, not compromise with the fossil fuel industry

It is turning into a 'climate election', but as Marc Hudson argues lessons from Australia suggests environmental campaigners may need to be careful what they wish for

'AI Captain': Stena Line reveals it has trimmed carbon emissions thanks to smart software

'AI Captain': Stena Line reveals it has trimmed carbon emissions thanks to smart software

AI tech reduces fuel consumption by identifying the best routes for ferries, company reveals

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