Blue & Green Daily: Thursday 9 July headlines
Blue & Green Daily finds and summarises the top sustainability stories around the web every morning. We start with our own picks from Blue & Green Tomorrow.
9 July headlines
A quantum of carbon: scientists devise new way to observe greenhouse effect
British scientists have devised a new way to observe the greenhouse world, enabling researcher to measure with exquisite accuracy how atmospheric carbon dioxide builds up, migrates, evolves and absorbs radiation. Guardian.
Summer Budget: End of climate levy relief undermines Drax shares
Shares in Drax, the power utility switching from burning coal to wood pellets, tumbled on Wednesday after a climate change tax exemption was abruptly scrapped. The stock closed 28% lower after the Chancellor’s budget. Financial Times.
UK opposes new EU waste recycling targets in leaked paper
The UK has rubbished the idea of Europe setting new targets for recycling, despite warning from the EU’s environment commissioner that such measures should be non-negotiable. Guardian.
Did oil giant ExxonMobil know about climate change in 1981?
The biggest oil company in the world, ExxonMobil, suspected fossil fuels might be involved in climate change as early as 1981 – seven years before the issue hit the headlines – the firm’s former climate expert has revealed. Independent.
Analysis: The most ‘cited’ climate change papers – Carbon Brief
The burning question of global carbon reduction – Financial Times
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