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Emissions - 14 News Result(s)
  • Fast Food Chains Largest Contributors of Carbon Emissions: Study
    Fast Food Chains Largest Contributors of Carbon Emissions: Study

    Rapidly growing multinational fast food chains in India are the largest contributors to hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) emissions and could add the equivalent of nearly one million tonnes of carbon emissions by 2020, says a new international ...

  • World CO2 Emissions Stay Flat for Third Year, Helped by China Falls - Study
    World CO2 Emissions Stay Flat for Third Year, Helped by China Falls - Study

    World greenhouse gas emissions stayed flat for the third year in a row in 2016, thanks to falls in China, even as the pro-coal policies of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump mean uncertainty for the future, ...

  • Food Tax Could Tackle Climate Change and Save Half a Million Lives: Study
    Food Tax Could Tackle Climate Change and Save Half a Million Lives: Study

    Taxing food on the basis of planet-warming emissions generated to produce it could boost the fight against climate change and save half a million lives, a study said on Monday.

  • How The Food We Eat Makes Climate Change Worse
    How The Food We Eat Makes Climate Change Worse

    The way we produce and eat food must change urgently both to cut the amount of planet-warming emissions produced by agriculture, and to help farmers adapt to climate change, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) ...

  • After Years of Delay, Climate Talks Face a New Problem: Speed
    After Years of Delay, Climate Talks Face a New Problem: Speed

    Efforts to build a new global deal to tackle climate change were for many years criticised for moving at a glacial pace.

  • Producing Fish Sticks And Fillets For Consumption May Harm The Environment: Study
    Producing Fish Sticks And Fillets For Consumption May Harm The Environment: Study

    Transforming 'Alaskan pollock' into fish sticks, imitation crab and fish fillets may generate nearly twice the greenhouse gas emissions produced by fishing itself.

  • In India, A Top Chef Saves The World Bite By Bite
    In India, A Top Chef Saves The World Bite By Bite

    Chefs can play an important role in the fight against climate change by helping to reduce carbon emissions and sourcing local foods, even when working in luxury hotels.

  • Carbon and Sugar Tax Can Have Environmental, Health Benefits
    Carbon and Sugar Tax Can Have Environmental, Health Benefits

    A combination of a carbon tax on food and sugary drinks could lead to health benefits, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and raise up to £3.6 billion in revenue, says a research.

  • Stop Wasting Food to Help Curb Climate Change
    Stop Wasting Food to Help Curb Climate Change

    Reducing food waste around the world would help curb emissions of planet-warming gases, lessening some of the impacts of climate change such as more extreme weather and rising seas.

  • Hindustan Unilever Rolling Out Eco-Friendly Refrigerants
    Hindustan Unilever Rolling Out Eco-Friendly Refrigerants

    FMCG company Hindustan Unilever Ltd on Tuesday said it is already rolling out environment-friendly hydrocarbon refrigerants in India to help reduce hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) emissions.

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