ENDS Report Daily, 8 May 2015


  • Work starts on first circular economy standard

    A new standard is being developed to help companies understand what the circular economy means in practice
  • Scottish drought plan branded ‘reactionary’

    Scotland’s draft water scarcity plan does not address environmental impacts or take advantage of ecosystem services, according to NGOs, and business says it is too expensive and reactionary
  • IEA urges trebling of clean energy funding

    Governments around the world need to triple their investments in the development of clean energy technology to keep global temperature rise below 2ºC, the International Energy Agency has warned.
  • World passes 400ppm carbon milestone

    The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has hit a “significant milestone” and cutting emissions will not immediately help to reduce it, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has warned

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