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  • Alarming report on water and air pollution around a coal

    One of the authors, Dr. Kevin Brigden, from the Greenpeace International Science Unit said: “Coal is a source of water pollution all along its lifecycle. It is highly irresponsible to tolerate damaging levels of pollution, and even more so with significant water scarcity projected in the near future due to the effects of climate change.

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  • Australia sought to weaken UN climate report on need to close

    Australia has pushed back against the IPCC’s analysis that fossil fuels need to be urgently phased out of the world’s energy systems, according to Greenpeace’s investigative unit.

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  • China Digs In on Coal While Greenpeace Slams U.S.: COP26 Update..

    China is signaling it won’t support a phase-out of coal or frequent new climate pledges. Rich Nations Not Doing Enough on Funding (5:39 p.m.) Developed countries aren’t doing enough to boost finance for climate adaptation and mitigation for countries most affected by climate change, according to ministers and activists from Bangladesh

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  • Over 40 Countries Pledge to End Use of Coal Power at COP26

    That “offers a loophole,” said Jennifer Morgan, executive director of Greenpeace International. “This is one more nail in the coffin of coal, but only one, and the coffin is not yet sealed

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  • New coal power plants will affect freshwater resources

    Greenpeace, in an official statement, said the report is the first global plant-by-plant study of the coal industry’s current and future water demand and also identifies the countries and

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  • G20 Nations Agree to New Limits on Coal-Burning Power Plants

    Jennifer Morgan, executive director of Greenpeace International, was more blunt. “If the G20 was a dress rehearsal,” she said, for the United Nations summit in Glasgow, “then world leaders

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  • COP26 ends in Glasgow

    Glasgow, Scotland – Reacting to the conclusion of COP26 in Glasgow, Greenpeace International Executive Director Jennifer Morgan said: “It’s meek, it’s weak and the 1.5C goal is only just alive, but a signal has been sent that the era of coal is ending. And that matters. “While the deal recognises the need for deep emissions cuts this

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  • China’s timeline to ditch coal, adopt green technology may be

    Greenpeace says, this year, provincial governments approved at least two dozen new coal plants. Coal still provides more than half the country''s power. Joanna Lewis:

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  • Greenpeace activists block coal trade event to urge coal exit

    Greenpeace activists block coal trade event to urge coal exit. Greenpeace International. 15 October 2018. Barcelona, Spain – The World Coal Leaders Network 2018 meeting was disrupted today by 17 Greenpeace activists from Spain, France and Slovenia who peacefully protested the continued use of coal and demanded its rapid phase-out.

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  • NEWS: IEA says no new oil, gas or coal—Greenpeace response

    Greenpeace – Amsterdam, Netherlands – The International Energy Agency has stated in their new Net Zero Roadmap released today that there is “no need for investment in new fossil fuel supply in our net-zero pathway.” In addition, the agency has ruled out new oil and gas fields, after 2021, as well as new coal mines and mine extensions.

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  • Clean Coal: The Future’s Not So Bright

    October 29, 2009. Print. Text. You know clean coal is in trouble when Greenpeace and the coal industry basically agree: Clean coal is going nowhere fast. There’s plenty of lip service for the

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  • 2021 in coal: China's dirty recovery mars international

    A report by Greenpeace found that China only approved 5.2GW coal projects in the first half of 2021 – a 79% decline on the coal capacity that was approved during the same period in 2020. Campaigners said decision-makers were receiving “mixed signals on coal” as local governments slowed the approvals of new projects but were “still

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  • Does Facebook Deserve the Hell It's Getting from Greenpeace

    Pacific Power, the utility that serves Prineville, gets most of its power from coal, the enemy of the human race. Greenpeace International has started a Facebook group opposing the move. Facebook, clearly feeling some heat, responded to the controversy over the weekend. Its new data center will involve all sorts of efficiency efforts, but the

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  • Over 40 Countries Pledge to End Use of Coal Power at COP26

    That “offers a loophole,” said Jennifer Morgan, executive director of Greenpeace International. “This is one more nail in the coffin of coal, but only one, and the coffin is not yet sealed

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  • Greenpeace activists demand Poland quit coal by 2030 – The

    Greenpeace activists demand Poland quit coal by 2030. Greenpeace activists blockaded the entrance of the State Assets Ministry building in Warsaw as part of a protest calling for Poland to stop using coal by 2030. Earlier this year the Polish government signed an agreement with mining unions to phase out the use of coal by 2049.

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  • Does Facebook Deserve the Hell It's Getting from Greenpeace

    Pacific Power, the utility that serves Prineville, gets most of its power from coal, the enemy of the human race. Greenpeace International has started a Facebook group opposing the move. Facebook, clearly feeling some heat, responded to the controversy over the weekend. Its new data center will involve all sorts of efficiency efforts, but the

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  • G20 Nations Agree to New Limits on Coal-Burning Power Plants

    Jennifer Morgan, executive director of Greenpeace International, was more blunt. “If the G20 was a dress rehearsal,” she said, for the United Nations summit in Glasgow, “then world leaders

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  • Greenpeace

    Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning network. The network comprises 26 independent national/regional organisations in over 55 countries across Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, as well as a co-ordinating body, Greenpeace International, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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  • China’s timeline to ditch coal, adopt green technology may be

    Greenpeace says, this year, provincial governments approved at least two dozen new coal plants. Coal still provides more than half the country''s power. Joanna Lewis:

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  • NEWS: IEA says no new oil, gas or coal—Greenpeace response

    Greenpeace – Amsterdam, Netherlands – The International Energy Agency has stated in their new Net Zero Roadmap released today that there is “no need for investment in new fossil fuel supply in our net-zero pathway.” In addition, the agency has ruled out new oil and gas fields, after 2021, as well as new coal mines and mine extensions.

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  • Coal | Greenpeace UK

    The age of coal is coming to an end. Millions of people around the world have been working to bring about the end of coal, and Greenpeace supporters have been a vital part of that. Here in the UK, we’ve blocked construction of new power stations and championed renewable energy such as wind and solar power to replace them.

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  • G20 Nations Agree to New Limits on Coal-Burning Power Plants

    Jennifer Morgan, executive director of Greenpeace International, was more blunt. “If the G20 was a dress rehearsal,” she said, for the United Nations summit in Glasgow, “then world leaders

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  • Greenpeace International

    Greenpeace International. Yesterday at 10:45 AM ·. #ProtectTheOceans > /2YU4OiU. Greenpeace USA. November 16 at 12:00 PM. The solutions and opportunities are as big as the problems themselves, but each of us can play an important role in making them a reality. If we save the ocean, she may just save us all.

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  • SO2 emissions fall in India as coal use slows – Greenpeace

    Delhi, India – India’s toxic sulfur dioxide (SO 2) emissions fell in 2019 for the first time in four years as coal use decreased, reveals a new analysis of NASA satellite data by Greenpeace India and the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA).

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  • Leaked documents reveal the fossil fuel and meat producing

    Leaked documents reveal the fossil fuel and meat producing countries lobbying against climate action. Files show how Brazil, Argentina, Australia, Japan, Saudi Arabia and OPEC have pressed to water down a key UN scientific report. Brazil''s President Jair Bolsonaro and Saudi Arabia''s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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  • IEA says no new oil, gas or coal

    IEA says no new oil, gas or coal — Greenpeace response. Amsterdam, Netherlands – The International Energy Agency has stated in their new Net Zero Roadmap released today that there is “no need for investment in new fossil fuel supply in our net-zero pathway.”. In addition, the agency has ruled out new oil and gas fields, after 2021, as

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  • Does Facebook Deserve the Hell It's Getting from Greenpeace

    Pacific Power, the utility that serves Prineville, gets most of its power from coal, the enemy of the human race. Greenpeace International has started a Facebook group opposing the move. Facebook, clearly feeling some heat, responded to the controversy over the weekend. Its new data center will involve all sorts of efficiency efforts, but the

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  • Plans To Capture CO2 From Coal Plants Wasted Federal Dollars

    That would be nuclear power, fear of 3-mile island and greenpeace''s misguided propaganda are the reasons Carter moved away from nuclear power in long range planning and supported coal power production. We have been stuck in that same rut ever since because republicans are supported by fossil fuel industries and dem politicians afraid of greenpeace

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