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Britain's Drax becomes world's first biomass plant to capture carbon

Britain's Drax has started capturing carbon dioxide at its wood-burning power plant in North Yorkshire, a world first in technology it hopes could lead to carbon negative power plants in the future.

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Climate talks work on fair way to phase out coal use

Governments attending climate talks in Poland are working to ensure economies and jobs are preserved in the shift away from coal-fired power generation.

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EU's climate chief calls for net-zero emissions by 2050

The European Union's climate chief called for the bloc to take the lead and aim for net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 in its climate strategy published on Wednesday, ahead of key U.N. talks on curbing global warming.

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Britain, Canada ally to boost support for global coal phase-out

The U.S. is effectively a global pariah in the international fight against climate change. But other developed nations are stepping up and taking steps to mitigate climate change in the absence of U.S. engagement and leadership.

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Bloomberg gives $50 million to aid shift from coal worldwide

Former New York mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg is donating $50 million to help nations around the world shift from coal to combat pollution and climate change, expanding his funding outside the United States.
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