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  • US project will map solar potential of every rooftop

    Satellite imagery company GeoEye is joining forces with Geostellar to map every commercial and domestic rooftop in the US for solar power potential. The collaboration will see GeoEye will supply Earth imagery, digital surface models and other mapping data to Geostellar, which will use its analytical systems to assess a property’s roof slope, amount of […]

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  • South Korea moves ahead with cap and trade scheme

    South Korea is to become the latest nation to implement a cap and trade system for its greenhouse gas emissions. As the world’s eighth largest carbon emitter and among the fastest growing, South Korea has pledged to reduce its emissions by 30% against projected levels by 2020. Details of the scheme, which will start in […]

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  • Business leaders call on EU to redouble green growth efforts

    Business leaders are today calling on the European Union to redouble green growth efforts, strengthen the Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) and stepping up renewables and energy efficiency targets. The Prince of Wales’s EU Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change (EUCLG) and colleagues from sister organisations the Cambridge Natural Capital Leaders Platform and The Atlas […]

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