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A group of Denmark’s topmost transport and logistics companies including names like Copenhagen Airports, A.P. Moller – Maersk, DSV Panalpina, DFDS, SAS and Ørsted has formed a unique partnership with the aim of decarbonizing the country’s transport sector by manufacturing sustainable alternatives to fossil-based fuels like gas and diesel. The vision includes generating hydrogen, an […]

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A recent study undertaken by the Center for Research in Energy Demand Solutions (CREDS) in the UK claims that e-bikes can actually help cut CO2 emissions from the transport sector into half. Another interesting finding by the study is that the greatest opportunities for e-bikes are in rural and suburban settings because people living in […]

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The latest report by S&P Global Ratings reveals that despite the chaos caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, European Union (EU) is confident that it is well on track to achieve its climate goals. EU had set the target of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, and it hopes that despite some short-term delays to specific policy […]

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The coronavirus pandemic has not just adversely affected global economies, it has also led to the biggest drop in demand for fossil fuels on record. It is being predicted that globally, carbon emissions triggered by the fossil fuel industry could fall by 5%, which roughly equals to about 2.5 billion tons. The unprecedented restrictions on […]

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Till date, the deadly coronavirus has killed over 4,000 people across the world and infected over 116,000. While China, the epicenter of the outbreak, seems to be somewhat recovering from the virus, several other nations scramble to limit its spread resorting to drastic measures like the nation-wide lockdown in Italy. In the midst of all […]

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