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Smart cities africa

FUTURE CITIES INTERVIEW: COVID-19, data, and government

Exclusive interview with Anton Cartwright, a researcher at the African Centre for Cities and a featured speaker in the Future Cities track at African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa in Cape Town in November.
PSEG

Ed’s note: It’s investment that will determine fossil fuel’s future

Divesting from fossil fuels is an efficient way for the fund to manage the financial risk associated with a transition in line with the Paris agreement.
VW EV

VW launches budget-friendly EV that promises “no more accidents”

German automaker Volkswagen has launched its much-awaited ID.3 electric vehicle (EV), which it claims can use software to “anticipate, avoid accidents and...
Ameren

EY to become carbon neutral by year-end

Ernest & Young has announced plans to become carbon neutral globally by the end of 2020.
environmental sustainability

Chemical mega-corporation DuPont commits to carbon-neutrality by 2050

DuOint has committed to make its entire operation carbon-neutral by 2050.
Boris Johnson Climate

Boris Johnson to head UK fight against climate change

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will chair the new Cabinet Committee on Climate Change.
UK energy efficiency

UK businesses, charities call for €1,1 billion energy efficiency push

The UK is calling for an additional public capital investment of £1 billion in energy efficiency a year until 2035 to reach 2050 net-zero emission targets
equinor

Utility sector most in need of decarbonisation, according to a global...

The Science-Based Targets initiative says utilities will be required to reduce their emissions the most by 2030, with a reduction of 83MtCO2e.
Unilever

Unilever announces global move to 100% renewable energy use

Unilever has announced its transition to 100% renewable energy, supply across the 5 continents it operates in.
Germany Wind

Germany’s Merkel calls for all EU countries to be climate neutral...

The German leader made the appeal following a meeting between her “Climate Cabinet” and their Dutch counterparts at Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s official residence. The two groups had met for a working lunch to share insights and experience in moving their respective country’s economy towards sustainability.

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