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Three Japanese automakers admit false emissions data
Three Japanese automakers admit false emissions data
Japan's Suzuki Motor, Mazda and Yamaha have admitted using false emissions data for some vehicles, the transport ministry said on Thursday, in the...
​Three million electric cars by 2050 – if government doesn’t trip itself up
​Three million electric cars by 2050 – if government doesn’t trip itself up
There are about 300 electric cars whooshing along South Africa’s roads. By 2050, there should be three million. The only thing standing in the...
​VW fights to survive after emissions scandal, but it’s business as usual in SA
​VW fights to survive after emissions scandal, but it’s business as usual in SA
It’s dealt all but a fatal blow to the Volkswagen brand. VW’s so-called diesel dupe saw the world’s best-selling vehicle manu­facturer post...
India can cut carbon output – with help
India can cut carbon output – with help
To many eyes, India looks like a roadblock to an effective world climate deal. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demand for “climate justice”...
Big business stalls crucial carbon tax
Big business stalls crucial carbon tax
Bullying and lobbying by industry have delayed South Africa's carbon tax, despite it being the one policy instrument that can reduce carbon...
Get out of dirty fossil fuel
Get out of dirty fossil fuel
The fossil fuel industry, including the world's producers of oil, gas and coal, must be put out of business by 2050 to avoid dangerous climate change...
How Eskom's coal kills
How Eskom's coal kills
Air pollution caused by Eskom's coal power stations in two provinces is killing at least 20 people a year and could jump to 617, with 25 000...
Eskom spurns air quality controls
Eskom spurns air quality controls
In 2005 the environmental affairs department began talking with affected parties about its plans to create minimum emissions standards for...
Air quality below standard in almost all Chinese cities
Air quality below standard in almost all Chinese cities
Air quality was below national standards in almost all China's major cities last year, a top environment...
Carbon report puts SA in the hot seat
Carbon report puts SA in the hot seat
A new report on carbon emissions shows that only 90 international entities are responsible for two-thirds of all the greenhouse gas emissions in...
New Eskom power plant defies carbon cut pledge
New Eskom power plant defies carbon cut pledge
United Nations body the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) releases its fifth assessment report in Stockholm on Friday, giving...

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