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Nuclear waste will remain a deadly threat for hundreds of thousands of years. Despite having decades of hazardous waste in temporary storage, the world is only now finalising plans for long-term containment

Onkalo aims to solve the 100,000-year problem of nuclear waste storage

Nuclear waste will remain a deadly threat for hundreds of thousands of years. Despite having decades of hazardous waste in temporary storage, the world is only now finalising plans for long-term containment

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Energy The US Army has been ordered to allow work on the final section of the controversial Dakota Access oil pipeline

US Army to approve completion of Dakota Access Pipeline

The US Army has been ordered to allow work on the final section of the controversial Dakota Access oil pipeline

Energy Autonomous carmaker Tesla has officially launched a battery storage plant that could ensure renewables are used more efficiently

Tesla flips switch on grid storage

Autonomous carmaker Tesla has officially launched a battery storage plant that could ensure renewables are used more efficiently

Energy Anglo-Dutch energy giant Shell has agreed to sell its North Sea oil assets as it continues to reduce its $80bn debt pile

Chrysaor Shell out on North Sea assets

Anglo-Dutch energy giant Shell has agreed to sell its North Sea oil assets as it continues to reduce its $80bn debt pile

Energy Trump officially backs the development of oil pipelines, rolling back decisions by the Obama administration blocking the controversial projects

Donald Trump signs executive order to revive Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines

Trump officially backs the development of oil pipelines, rolling back decisions by the Obama administration blocking the controversial projects

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Energy China has ordered the closure of 104 coal power plants, in line with a push to meet emissions targets. However, it must tackle unregulated industry to become truly green

China announces closure of 104 coal-fired power plants in line with renewables push

China has ordered the closure of 104 coal power plants, in line with a push to meet emissions targets. However, it must tackle unregulated industry to become truly green

Energy Argentina has agreed a $15bn investment deal with companies to boost production in Vaca Muerta, in return for lower labour costs and greater subsidies

Argentina joins oil and gas companies to invest in multi-billion-dollar shale bounty

Argentina has agreed a $15bn investment deal with companies to boost production in Vaca Muerta, in return for lower labour costs and greater subsidies

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Energy China already far outstrips the US in terms of its investments in renewable energy, and is now stepping up investments in a bid to dominate in the global renewables boom

China poised to dominate in renewable energy with ‘going global’ strategy

China already far outstrips the US in terms of its investments in renewable energy, and is now stepping up investments in a bid to dominate in the global renewables boom

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Energy In the vacuum created from fragmented global politics, businesses are pouring in billions to stop the earth from warming

As global politics abandons the climate, business is stepping in

In the vacuum created from fragmented global politics, businesses are pouring in billions to stop the earth from warming

Energy Barack Obama and Justin Trudeau have moved to ban oil and gas drilling in the Arctic and Atlantic oceans ahead of Trump's inauguration in January

Obama bans Arctic drilling

Barack Obama and Justin Trudeau have moved to ban oil and gas drilling in the Arctic and Atlantic oceans ahead of Trump’s inauguration in January

Energy Saudi Aramco announces plans to install its first wind turbine in Saudi Arabia, which will be up and running by January 2017

Saudi Aramco and General Electric announce joint wind turbine venture

Saudi Aramco announces plans to install its first wind turbine in Saudi Arabia, which will be up and running by January 2017

Energy Paris, Madrid and Athens have all joined Mexico City in its bid to reduce air pollution and improve health by banning diesel vehicles

Major cities seek to ban diesel cars by 2025

Paris, Madrid and Athens have all joined Mexico City in its bid to reduce air pollution and improve health by banning diesel vehicles

Energy Chinese investors have backed the development of Malaysia's Kuala Linggi International Port, hoping to capitalise on increasing congestion in Singapore

China invests $3bn in Malaysian port

Chinese investors have backed the development of Malaysia’s Kuala Linggi International Port, hoping to capitalise on increasing congestion in Singapore

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