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Electric vehicle market at risk of stalling without adequate lithium supply

With electric vehicles accelerating into the mainstream, the auto industry is undergoing the biggest shift in its existence. The move from engines to lithium ion batteries means that a steady supply of lithium is crucial

Carnival Corporation sets course for a more sustainable future

At a time when companies across all sectors are coming under scrutiny for their impact on the environment, the cruise industry is setting sail for an even more sustainable future

Microsoft boosts green energy portfolio with General Electric agreement

The partnership between Microsoft and GE will see the two companies work together to support wind energy and battery storage technology in Ireland

UK to ban petrol and diesel cars from 2040

In a move towards greener electric vehicles, the UK will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2040

Apple to invest $921m in renewable powered data centre

The US tech giant has announced plans to build a second green energy data centre in Denmark

Geoengineering is an essential bridge to true sustainability

Geoengineering doesn’t have to oppose nature; it can augment and support it, controlling climate change much more quickly and thoroughly than inefficient, expensive renewable energy technologies

The oil and gas industry must take cybersecurity seriously

The very nature of the oil, gas and petrochemical industry means it is exceptionally vulnerable to attack, making robust cybersecurity a matter of life and death

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Iran to sign landmark gas deal with French energy giant Total

Total’s deal with Iran is the latter’s biggest foreign agreement since the easing of sanctions in 2016

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Centrica to sell gas plants to EPH in shift away from fossil fuels

Centrica is to sell two of its gas-fired power plants to Czech company EPH for £318m

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Fukushima is a wasteland, but nuclear fallout isn’t the problem

The word ‘radiation’ evokes thoughts of danger, disease and sickness. However, in the wake of the Fukushima meltdown, the greatest risk may come from another source

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China’s green strategy is paving the way for an Asian renewable boom

While Donald Trump questions the existence of climate change, Chinese investment in renewables is securing the country’s energy future and giving smog-ridden cities the hope of clean air once more

Trump confirms US to quit Paris Agreement on climate change

The announcement makes the US one of only three countries in the world to reject the 2015 accord