Londoners Advised to Stay Indoors Due to Pollution

Experts in the United Kingdom warned Londoners to avoid strenuous physical activity outdoors on Friday due to “very high” levels of pollution. The forecast has predicted pollution levels would hit band 10, the highest level on the scale. The government’s …

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Koala Massacre Suspects Charged with Hundreds of Animal Cruelty Charges

The Victorian Conservation Regulator has issued Tuesday more than 250 animal cruelty charges against a landowner and two businesses over a mass killing of koalas at a former timber plantation in the state’s southwest last year. Twenty-one koalas were found …

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Tequila Spill Causes Fish Kill in Ayotlan

Authorities reported that tons of dead fish have been removed from a reservoir in Ayotlan, Mexico after a suspected tequila waste spill. Orión Flores, Director of Attention to Socio-Environmental Conflicts for the State of Jalisco Environmental Protection agency,  said Wednesday …

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Oil Companies Charged with Criminal Negligence California County Spill

A federal grand jury has charged Amplify Energy Corp. and two subsidiary firms, Beta Operating Co. and San Pedro Bay Pipeline Co. with negligence for causing the San Pedro Bay Pipeline Oil Spill in Orange County. The companies reportedly failed …

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EU Leaders Fail to Agree on Gas Shortage Response Amid Emission Concerns

Talks on how to respond to Europe’s energy crisis collapsed during the European Council summit on Thursday due to differences in assessments of the spikes in gas prices. The subject of energy prices was the last item in the Council‘s …

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India’s Green Energy Gets More Funding Than Coal For Third Year

Indian investors have funded clean energy projects more than coal-based ones for a third straight year in 2020 as more lenders reduce funding for fossil fuels. Renewable energy projects received 74 percent of the total amount of loans issued by …

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