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Dangerous Air Pollutants Continue To Rise In Indian & U.K. Cities, New Study Finds

3 Mins Read In a new study led by the University of Birmingham and UCL, along with an international team of contributors from Belgium, India, Jamaica, and the U.K., researchers found that the levels of hazardous air pollutants in cities in India and U.K. are on the rise, by utilizing observations from instruments on satellites that assess the world’s skies on a daily basis. To conduct this […]

Carbon Border Taxes 101: What Are They & Why Do We Need Them

8 Mins Read According to a recent study, our planet’s global temperature will eventually rise in excess of 2°C from the greenhouse gases that are released by companies and other services around the world. No surprises there. Many experts agree that the goals outlined in the Paris agreement, which hope to limit global temperature rise to well below […]

Fossil Fuel Air Pollution Costs The World US$8 Billion Every Day

4 Mins Read Greenpeace has just released their new report on global air pollution, which finds that burning fossil fuels is responsible for an estimated 4.5 million deaths and economic losses of US$2.9 trillion annually – equivalent to US$8 billion every day. The report, led by Greenpeace Southeast Asia and the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean […]