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Global e-waste has risen 21% in five years, says UN

Envirotec Magazine

million metric tonnes (Mt) of electronic waste was generated worldwide in 2019, up 21 per cent in just five years, according to the UN’s Global E-waste Monitor 2020. Mt) and Europe (12 Mt), while Africa and Oceania generated 2.9 Europe ranked first worldwide in terms of e-waste generation per capita with 16.2

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Counting the microns

Envirotec Magazine

The report is said to be based upon a worldwide monitoring network of more than 30,000 stations. The report also said 7% of cities in Europe met the WHO PM2.5 levels but remains the most polluted country in Europe, with an annual average concentration of 27.5 µg/m 3 ), followed by northern Africa (30.1 levels in 2023.

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Technology Trending: Space data, building integrated PV glass, student fusion device

Smart Energy International

Accenture invests in space data for all Utilities and others in the energy sector are increasingly turning to data secured in space to advance operations such as infrastructure development and vegetation management. Have you read? The company boasts a 17.9%

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Keeping 1.5C alive: Is COP26 on track to deliver on its goals?

Business Green

Global energy shortages and a recent spike in oil prices to a three-year high above $80 a barrel, have dimmed hopes that governments will announce bold new plans to rapidly ditch fossil fuels at the October 31st to November 12th summit. With just a few days to go until COP26 kicks off, her pessimism is widely shared. goal within grasp.