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Renewables will overtake coal by early 2025, energy agency says

Renewables will overtake coal by early 2025, energy agency says

In a new report, the international group said that solar, wind and other renewable sources will expand much more swiftly than forecast last year.
Data shows carbon dioxide emissions likely to reach record high in 2022

Data shows carbon dioxide emissions likely to reach record high in 2022

Global emissions from fossil fuels are likely to reach record highs this year, new data shows, putting nations further off track from stopping global warming.
I.A.E.A: War in Ukraine likely to speed, not slow, shift to clean energy
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I.A.E.A: War in Ukraine likely to speed, not slow, shift to clean energy

While some nations are burning more coal this year in response to natural-gas shortages spurred by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, that effect is expected to be short-lived.
War in Ukraine likely to speed, not slow, shift to clean energy, I.E.A. says

War in Ukraine likely to speed, not slow, shift to clean energy, I.E.A. says

While some nations are burning more coal this year in response to natural-gas shortages spurred by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, that effect is expected to be short-lived.
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Bill Spindle: The world has no choice but to care about India’s heat wave

The heat wave has been severe enough to make international headlines, but it is far from the only impact of climate change I’ve witnessed in the first half of my six-month journey through India.

OPEC and Russia to meet as war in Ukraine roils oil market

OPEC and Russia to meet as war in Ukraine roils oil market

Big producers seem to be sticking to modest output raises and alliance with Russia.
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Hudson River rise is here. How nature will (and won't) adapt

The Hudson River is expected to rise as much as four feet in the next 60 years as climate change continues to accelerate across the globe.

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