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ESG movement thriving despite opposition from status quo naysayers
The global ESG movement took a hit this week, as an investor-driven climate change push at some of the world’s leading fossil fuel companies fell well short of the mark. On 31 May, shareholders at Exxon and Chevron decisively struck
Coal could serve a key role in the transition to hydrogen
Hydrogen shows much promise as a clean energy source, but we will need an affordable infrastructure for it.
Brussels must show solidarity with farmers in drought-hit southern regions
Steeped in a deteriorating drought since January, Spain is taking action to pull its hardest-hit regions back from the brink.
We can drastically cut plastic pollution, the UN says
As much as 80% of plastic waste can be eliminated within less than two decades.
Excessive personal consumption has serious global consequences
The countries that suffer the most from climate change are precisely those that are the least responsible.
Pollen that causes allergies can also ‘worsen climate change’
Previous experiments on allergent plants underestimated the amount of SPPs by a factor of 10 to 100.