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10 Wonderful Examples Of Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) For Good   
June 22, 2020
Source: Forbes - There are many ways artificial intelligence can be used for good and to help solve some of the world’s biggest problems. Many researchers and organizations are prioritizing projects where artificial intelligence can be used...
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Arab Monetary Fund sets guidelines for central banks to deal with natural disasters and climate change   
June 22, 2020
Source: The National Blogs - Abu Dhabi-based institution encourages greater cooperation with research centres modelling risks associated with natural and climate-related disasters
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IPCC and Sceptics Agree: Climate Change Is Not Causing Extreme Weather   
June 20, 2020
Source: Heartland - Alexander’s paper begins by remarking, “The purported link between extreme weather and global warming has captured the public imagination and attention of the mainstream media far more than any of the other claims...
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The U.S. Is Missing A Major Energy Opportunity   
June 19, 2020
Source: YAHOO! - The coronavirus pandemic has devastated the global economy, and as nations worldwide scramble to mitigate the impact, many are pushing for green energy investments to aide with economic recovery
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As Wind Power Grows in Europe, So Does Resistance From Locals   
June 19, 2020
Source: Bloomberg - WPD AG has plans to build as many as 30 wind turbines that would reach heights of up to 250 meters (820 feet), according to Maria Roske, managing director of WPD’s Scandinavian
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Sustainable finance is on the rise, but what climate model works'   
June 19, 2020
Source: businesslive.co.za - The most recent is from the London-based Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC), published in late May. It advises, for example, that investors not rely on disclosures of physical ...
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A call for better governance of climate engineering technologies   
June 19, 2020
Source: Armed robbery in Revesby - In a study for the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment EPFL's International Risk Governance Center (IRGC) has brought together a group of
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IEA’s green recovery plan backed by governments and investor groups   
June 19, 2020
Source: The Financial Times - This report clearly shows that economic recovery and job creation go hand in hand with the green energy transition. The IEA’s ‘sustainable recovery plan’ shows us the way forward.” The IEA report follows...
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Q&A: Oceanography should be a core discipline in Africa   
June 18, 2020
Source: SciDev - Barimalala, who is of Malagasy origin, has been based at the University of Cape Town in South Africa since March 2017, and will be a lead author of the upcoming report by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change....
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BP outlines how quickly global carbon emissions would need to fall to reach net zero by 2050   
June 18, 2020
Source: CNBC - BP CEO Bernard Looney said in a report published Wednesday that some aspects of the energy system "continued to give cause for concern."
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