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Global Solar PV Mounting Systems Market is projected to reach a value of over USD 16.4 billion by 2027 at a CAGR of around 6.7%.

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Solar PV Mounting Systems Market by Products Type (Rooftop, Ground), by Technology (Fixed, Tracking), by End-user (Commercial, Residential, Utilities), by Region (North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, South America) - Global Forecast 2020 to 2027

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Climate change is already affecting 85% of world population

AGreenLiving

For instance, most studies concerning the effects of climate change have been conducted in North America and Europe, leaving little to no information about Africa and South America. Eco Green a-river-area- art artist beach beauty climate change data europe nature nearly-everyone online reading south-america worldA recent study Nature Climate Change has concluded that climate change is already affecting people across the world.

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Trees face extinction, too. What can we do about it?

AGreenLiving

Central and South America lead in number of tree species, followed by tropical parts of Southeast Asia and Africa. More temperate areas of Europe, North America and Asia have both less tree diversity and fewer species threatened by extinction. Eco Green a-have-both botanic-gardens common-dreams earth extinction most south-america trees

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Solar, wind and hydro projects are threatening key wildlife habitats in Southeast Asia, India

Eco-Business

Half the renewable energy projects being planned, that overlap with important conservation areas, are in India, Southeast Asia, South America and Africa.

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Scavenger Hunt: Identifying Contributions of Scavenger Species to Humans

Ideas 4 Sustainability

Originally posted on SCIENCE FOR SUSTAINABILITY : From hyenas in Africa to grey wolves in Europe and the Andean condor in South America – a large variety of scavengers populates the earth. These animals provide a myriad of benefits as well as disbenefits to people. The concept of nature’s contributions to people (NCP) aims at understanding…

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How Much will the Global Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Market be Worth in the Future?

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According to the new market research report "Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Market by Design (Tubular Type, Planar Type), by Application (Stationary, Transport), by Region (Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Africa, South America, North America) - Global Forecast (2020 to 2027)", the global solid oxide fuel cell market is estimated to reach USD 1,168 Million by 2027 at a CAGR of over 13.0%

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SOLAR TECHNOLOGY START-UP ESTABLISHES PRODUCTION FACILITY ON DUNDEE’S NEW ‘LOW CARBON’ CAMPUS

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Company is on a mission to provide affordable, clean heat to millions of people living across sub-Saharan Africa, as well as parts of Asia and South America

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The Most Beautiful Places to Run in the World

The Environmental Blog

Inca Trail Marathon, South America. This epic 26.2-mile trail starts at Cusco, the richest archeological site in the Americas, at staggering 11,150 feet and leads to the most legendary city in history – Machu Picchu. Two Oceans Marathon, South Africa.

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Food waste startup backed by Oprah Winfrey snags $250 million

GreenBiz

The new funding will enable Apeel to continue is international expansion, especially in places such as sub-Saharan Africa, Central America and South America — places where there are higher rates of both food waste and food insecurity.

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The secret life of soy

GreenBiz

Beef rightly gets attention when we think of the foods destroying South America’s forests, but the second-most important driver of deforestation is less known to people outside of food and agriculture. The secret life of soy. Jim Giles. Fri, 05/21/2021 - 00:12.

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Alok Sharma: 'Finance and investment are the lifeblood of net zero projects'

Business Green

Business Secretary pushes green finance agenda as he unveils £12m climate fund to support projects Africa, Asia and South America.

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Air pollution caused by fossil fuels kills millions

AGreenLiving

Related: Air pollution could increase risk of irreversible blindness The researchers have also established that the rate of deaths due to pollution is significantly lower in Africa and South America. Eco Green africa air pollution birmingham cnn eloise-marais europe fossil fuels health pollution research researchers student-at-theNew research has revealed that fossil fuel pollution caused approximately 8.7 million deaths in 2018.

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Climate 4.0 & The Developing World - Part 3

Climate 4.0

It's intuitive that the challenge to bring significant new sustainable energy to a Least-Developed Country (LDC) in Africa will differ mightily from that facing a fairly well-developed nation in South America, for example.

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T-REX Raises $40M Led by Riverstone Holdings to Accelerate Investment in Sustainable Infrastructure and Private Credit Markets

T Rex Group

With offices in New York, London, Houston, Menlo Park and Mexico City, the firm has committed to more than 200 investments in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia.

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Can and Will China and the US Take Climate Change Seriously?

Climate 4.0

Yellow-coded nations, facing moderately difficult challenges, include much of South America, much of Northern Europe, Taiwan, and Tanzania, among others. China and the United States are the world’s two largest emitters of CO2 and other GHGs.

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Dengue, Lyme, and cholera: how climate change is spurring disease

Grist

On Monday, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a stark warning that time is running out to adapt to climate change.

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Northern Ireland waste firm invests £5m in facility to produce fossil fuel alternative for industry

Envirotec Magazine

There is also significant growth potential in Africa, South America and East Asia. Waste management firm Re-Gen Waste has invested £5m in the development of its existing processing facility, to produce a high specification replacement for traditional fossil fuels, for use in cement kilns and power stations.

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SEC Proposal Addresses GHG Emissions Challenge

Climate 4.0

Rounding out the Top 10 emissions producers are Japan, Germany, South Korea, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Canada, each facing difficult to dire challenges in addressing their national carbon footprints.

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For a livable future, 60% of oil and gas must stay in the ground

Grist

For example, Canada and Central and South America, where oil is costly and carbon-intensive to extract, would have to leave 83 and 73 percent of their oil reserves in the ground, respectively, while the United States would have to leave only 31 percent of its oil reserves undeveloped.

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An inside look at pricing in the forest carbon market

GreenBiz

It has conducted projects in the United States as well as South America, Central America, Africa, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu. . The VCS and many of EP Carbon's projects are geared toward stopping deforestation threats and land conversion in the global south.

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More Record Breaking Heat (Winter and Spring 2020)

Green Market Oracle

Siberia, central and northwest Africa, western Australia and Mexico all saw a warmer-than-usual April, as did the Arctic Ocean and the coast of Alaska. In May warm conditions were also present in both the Arctic and Antarctic, as well as parts of Africa, South America, and Central America.

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Heard of “Net-Zero Oil” or “Carbon Negative” Bioenergy? In 2023 You Will

DeSmogBlog

In 2023, I will be watching what happens with oil and gas fields in Alaska, the Arctic, Africa, and South America. Last year, we chased ambitious stories all along the climate spectrum.

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Study: Fertiliser use threatens global climate goals as nitrous oxide emissions soar

Business Green

Scientists urge reform of global food production system after study shows N2O levels - emitted largely by farming fertiliser - have soared over past two decades.

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First global atlas of rangelands launches, and reveals vulnerable state of a neglected ecosystem

Envirotec Magazine

Cactus Canyon, South Australia (image credit: julie burgher , CC BY-NC 2.0 The atlas shows that in the past three centuries more than 60 per cent of wildlands and woodlands have been converted – an area larger than North America – and an area approximately the size of Australia (7.45

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Climate migration is part of our future. Is it a problem or a solution?

Grist

The hotspots for migration, according to the new report, are in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and South America , though small island nations are disproportionately impacted due to the effects of sea-level rise.

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A Blockchain-Enabled Smart Meter for Clean Power Trading?

GreenTechMedia

Other partners are using the same underlying open-source architecture to certify renewable energy credits in Europe, South America, Africa and Asia, he said.

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Bank of America becomes carbon neutral one year ahead of schedule

Business Green

Bank of America has become the latest corporate to hit carbon neutrality, with the firm announcing yesterday it has met the target a year ahead of schedule. The US investment giant has switched to 100 per cent renewable electricity, cut emissions and bought offsets.

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'We will not fight climate change with a virus': UN chief warns both climate and coronavirus emergencies 'must be defeated'

Business Green

Australia's 2018-2019 summer was the hottest ever recorded, while heat records were also broken in France, Germany, and the UK, and Siberia and Alaska saw unusually high levels of fire activity, along with large parts of South East Asia and South America.

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Fighting deforestation should be a top priority for 2021, and here’s how it can be

GreenBiz

While the rate of annual deforestation slowed to about 25 million acres between 2015 and 2020, the trendlines in several regions — especially countries in Africa and South America — aren’t moving in the right direction.

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UKEF support for sustainable projects doubles to £2.4bn in 2020

Business Green

UKEF confirmed it now had representatives in Africa, South America, the Middle East, and Asia helping it identify projects with long-term and sustainable growth potential, adding it planned to "significantly increase" this network in 2021.

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Amazon increases global renewables portfolio holdings, expands into Brazil, India, and Poland

Business Green

The company announced its latest green investments at New York Climate Week, confirming plans for its first project in South America in the form of a solar farm in Brazil, as well as its first solar farms in India and Poland. "We

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SparkMeter Closes $12M Round to Expand From Metering Minigrids to Analyzing ‘Broken Grids’

GreenTechMedia

Remote minigrids are a tough market for a traditional smart meter vendor. The meters that minigrids use need to be cheap, rugged and reliable, and they must be able to adjust to the often unstable operating conditions of solar-powered standalone grids.

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Earth Day: Prime Minister urges world leaders not to 'throw away chance to preserve our planet'

Business Green

Speculation is continuing to mount over whether the two high profile summits will be able to proceed as planned, given the worsening coronavirus waves currently afflicting parts of Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America.

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China Finances Most Coal Plants Built Today

DeSmogBlog

Japan and South Korea, which traditionally financed overseas coal projects, have started to abandon them , and China sees opportunity. By Jeff Nesbit , Yale University.

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Forests need seed money, literally

Business Green

The fund seeks to focus on projects in northern Africa, the east coast and west coast of Africa, northern Australia, Indonesia and pockets of North and South America in areas that used to carry trees but are not densely filled with trees due to human degradation or natural erosion.

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How the Fossil Fuel Industry Buys Goodwill

DeSmogBlog

According to Diego di Risio, Latin America and Caribbean manager for the Global Gas & Oil Network, “it is pretty common that fossil fuel companies fill the gap [left by] the state, especially since some of them operate in rather distant or marginal communities. “In

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The disease after tomorrow

Grist

By 2017, more than 1 million people had been infected in the Americas. Historical range:: Millions of people in the Americas have been infected with Chagas since the first human case of the disease was diagnosed in 1909 in Brazil.

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Mining Giants Embrace Renewables, But Decarbonization Remains a Steep Climb

GreenTechMedia

Anglo American has partnered with Engie to develop the world’s largest hydrogen-powered mine haul truck, which is expected to begin testing this year at a metals mine in South Africa.

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WWF: Environmental degradation on course to cost global economy £8tr

Business Green

Water shortages and a decline in pollinators will affect agricultural production levels, trade, and food prices across Eastern and Western Africa, central Asia and parts of South America, the study predicts.

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'Supercharging adoption of sustainable solutions': Top brands sign up to 100+ Accelerator green supply chain programme

Business Green

The Coca-Cola Company, Colgate-Palmolive Company, and Unilever join AB InBev 100+ Accelerator programme to fund and pilot sustainable innovation in supply chains.

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Global cement and concrete makers ramp up 2030 emissions target

Business Green

The announcement, led by 40 members of the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA), marks the biggest global net zero commitment from the carbon-intensive sector to date, and brings together firms from North and South America, Africa, Asia, and Europe.

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The Gulf Stream may be near collapse

AGreenLiving

The AMOC influences the climate of the east coast of North America and the coasts of northwestern Africa and western Europe. This could also decimate the world’s food supply, as it would affect rainfall from South America to India and West Africa. The ocean current commonly known as the Gulf Stream is hurtling towards a terrifying tipping point, according to scientists in an article published in the journal Nature Climate Change.

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Poll: British public 'overwhelmingly' backs robust supply chain deforestation laws

Business Green

Demand for such products continues to grow rapidly around the world and is widely blamed for fuelling mass deforestation - both legal and illegal - in Asia, Africa, and South America, where forests are frequently cleared to make way for commodity cultivation and production.

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