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Job losses threaten the CSIR’s reputation
Job losses threaten the CSIR’s reputation
Close to 100 jobs at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) are on the line as the continent’s leading research centre...
EU to cut new car emissions by 37.5% by 2030
EU to cut new car emissions by 37.5% by 2030
The European Union forged ahead Tuesday with plans to slash carbon dioxide emissions from new cars and vans by 2030 despite industry concerns the...
Kikwete: Africa inherited poor education from colonial masters
Kikwete: Africa inherited poor education from colonial masters
DW: Why is the education sector in Africa so problematic from your point of view?Jakaya Kikwete: It...
Paris Agreement: World takes giant step towards tackling climate change
Paris Agreement: World takes giant step towards tackling climate change
The world’s most important climate change agreement will come into force on November 4. This is after enough countries ratified the Paris...
El Niño is fading but monthly temperatures still reach record highs despite plans
El Niño is fading but monthly temperatures still reach record highs despite plans
The world will be between 2.6°C and 3.1°C hotter than it should be by the end of this century. That will wipe out ecosystems and throw the...
G7 nations to stop subsidising fossil fuels
G7 nations to stop subsidising fossil fuels
The leaders of some of the world’s biggest economies have agreed to stop subsidising fossil fuels in the next decade.
Oregano will cut cows’ wind and climate change
Oregano will cut cows’ wind and climate change
Cows' farts have long been recognised as a contributor to climate change. Their digestion creates methane as a by-product and that methane is 25...
COP21 comes down to a lot of hot air
COP21 comes down to a lot of hot air
As 195 countries hammered out an agreement to minimise climate change, the town council of Woodland in North Carolina in the United States met to...
2015 on track to be the warmest year on record
2015 on track to be the warmest year on record
The world is now nearly 1°C hotter than it was before human beings started burning fossil fuels. While appearing small, that number is a big...
COP21 reached a weak deal
COP21 reached a weak deal
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