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29 April headlines
Shell and BP alone eclipse renewable energy sector on access to ministers
Fossil fuel companies enjoy far greater access to UK government ministers than renewable energy companies or climate campaigners, an analysis by the Guardian has revealed. Guardian.
Pope to weigh in on climate change action
A senior Vatican official has launched an attack on fossil fuels and urged wealthy nations to slash their carbon emissions, in a sign that Pope Francis will aggressively push for climate change action. Financial Times.
Biggest coal exporter says climate change won’t strand assets
Glencore, the top exporter of coal used in power stations, expects efforts to curb climate change by keeping its fossil fuel reserves in the ground to fail in the face of world energy demand. Bloomberg.
Artificially manipulating Arctic climate by ‘whitening’ surface of ocean to reflect sunlight back into space will fail, say scientists
Attempts to artificially manipulate the Arctic climate by “whitening” the surface of the ocean in order to reflect sunlight back into space an so mimic the effect of lost sea ice are almost certainly doomed to fail, scientists said. Independent.
EU to curb thinnest plastic bags in anti-pollution push
The European Parliament has voted to limit the use of plastic bags in Europe, in a drive to curb pollution. The vote has been hailed as an important environmental step. BBC.
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