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New Museum Triennial Explores the Hidden Strengths of Soft Power

Big business must not be allowed to set the carbon trading agenda at Cop26

Delicate negotiations on carbon market rules in Glasgow could be thrown off course by the big banks’ push to “scale up” voluntary carbon trading

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Seven ways museums are responding to the climate crisis

South Africa $8.5bn finance package offers a model for ending reliance on coal

The package was hailed as “groundbreaking” for being country-led and addressing a need to reskill and support coal miners

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Governor Carney Releases Plan Outlining Delaware’s Path Forward on Climate Change

Several More Countries Pledge To Phase Out Use Of Coal

But many major economies including the United States, China, India and Japan have set no formal dates for ending the use of coal.

Over 40 Countries Pledge at U.N. Climate Summit to End Use of Coal Power

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Caught between EU pressure and soaring demand, AIIB weighs end to gas finance

Many Asian countries see gas as a “transition fuel” away from coal, while Brussels is urging the region to go straight to renewables

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