No more BS: All the headlines from Climate Week New York

October 1, 2018 by  
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When you strip down the greenwashing, you can see that what the world needs is a climate leader.

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Financial services firms support deeper disclosure, but aren’t speaking up

October 1, 2018 by  
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So far, the sector is more reactive than proactive when it comes to discussing climate-related risks.

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Aged Obama Poster Says "I´m Sorry" For Not Doing More in Copenhagen

December 3, 2009 by  
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An enhanced image of President Obama hangs in Copenhagen airport. All photos via Greenpeace If you’ve ever wondered what President Obama will look like in 2020, then here you go. If you’ve ever wondered what the world’s carbon emissions will look like in 2020, Greenpeace and TckTckTck are hoping to improve the answer with their new advertising campaign .

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COP15 Is Here, Ford Re-Training for Electric Cars & Finland Ho!

December 3, 2009 by  
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A weekly wrap up of green and socially minded business news from the gang at TriplePundit.com .

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Lithium-Ion Batteries for EVs to Grow from $878 Million Market in 2010 to $8 Billion in 2015

December 3, 2009 by  
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Photo: CC/GFDL Rapid Progress and Money to be Made Pike Research has released a study today that projects the growth of the transportation lithium-ion battery market over the next few years. Investors should pay attention, especially in these uncertain economic days: “The opportunity for Li-ion batteries will be primarily driven by plug-in hybrid and all-electric vehicles, which require much larger battery packs than conventional hybrids.

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Lithium-Ion Batteries for EVs to Grow from $878 Million Market in 2010 to $8 Billion in 2015

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