Energy/Sustainability

Europe’s Manufacturers Fear Landmark Carbon Import Tax May Do More Harm Than Good – Fortune

By Christiaan Hetzner and David Meyer

When Ursula von der Leyen proposes the world’s most comprehensive climate legislation on Wednesday, one issue will be at the top of the EU Commission President’s agenda: preventing carbon leakage.

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Is climate change fueling floods in Germany? – DW

By Monir Ghaedi, Ajit Niranjan

Massive flooding has caused devastation across parts of central Europe, claiming dozens of lives. Scientists say that climate change had a role in it.

At least 103 people were reported dead and dozens missing Friday …

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Sustainable Energy Minor Guide

Learn about the Sustainable Energy Minor for undergraduate students at Boston University.

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Global Wind and Solar Power Capacity Grew at Record Rate in 2020 – The Guardian

“The world’s wind and solar energy capacity grew at a record rate last year while the oil industry recorded its steepest slump in demand since the second world war, according to BP.

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Russia Faces Huge Revenue Losses From Renewables Push, Finance Minister Warns – The Moscow Times

“Russia must prepare for major revenue losses brought by a global push toward renewable energy and subsequent fall in demand for fossil fuels, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov warned in an interview with Bloomberg on Thursday.

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