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Last October, the 191 member states of the United Nation's International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) agreed to a new deal to cap international... Read More
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The literature on EU energy regulations got longer by about a thousand pages yesterday, as the European Commission put forward its vision for... Read More
The European Commission has laid out proposals on dividing up 2030 emissions reduction goals for buildings, transport and agriculture. ... Read More
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