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Whale songs in the ocean around Antarctica have transformed; climate change could be why – ABC News


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Whale songs in the ocean around Antarctica have transformed; climate change could be why
ABC News
Whales in the ocean around Antarctica are changing their tune, according to a new study. Interested in Environment? Add Environment as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Environment news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Environment.

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Shell Partners With Institutional Investors To Set New Climate Targets

On Monday, British-Dutch oil and gas company Royal Dutch Shell announced new climate targets developed in partnership with institutional investors on behalf of Climate Action 100+, which include new public short-term Net Carbon Footprint targets which will be linked to executive pay

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Methane Leaks from Oil & Gas Exploration: A Health Nightmare

EPA’s own researchers used records from the oil and gas sector to estimate how exploration and extraction projects like natural gas fracking and flaring at oil refineries contribute to small particles …

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The Venturi Antarctica is a sub-zero EV* – Top Gear


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The Venturi Antarctica is a sub-zero EV*
Top Gear
Like this – the Antarctica. Unveiled last week by Monaco's Prince Albert, it's a zero-emissions Antarctic exploration vehicle designed to withstand temperatures as low as -50 degrees. It uses the same battery cells Venturi fits to its cars. Two 60kW

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Govt urged to take seriously importers’ concerns about palm oil

A researcher from Yayasan Kehati (Biodiversity Foundation) has called on stakeholders in the country’s palm oil business to listen to the aspirations of foreign buyers, who have voiced concern over th…

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COP24 Off To A Rocky Start As Previous Leaders Call For “Unequivocal Message”

The 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, better known as COP24, got underway on Sunday in Katowice, Poland, to something of a rocky start, despite a call from previous COP Presidents to “send an unequivocal message … for enhanced ambition by 2020 that puts the world on a trajectory compatible with the objectives of the Paris Agreement.”

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