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:: Rising flood losses require increased EU adaptation efforts

+ 05.03.2014 + A JRC co-authored article published in Nature Climate Change investigates the financial risks posed by large-scale floods across the EU.

:: Locked in the past

+ 05.03.2014 + New report explores why Europe's big energy companies fear change.

:: Waste-based biofuels sector needs smarter EU 2030 package to realize its high potential

+ 04.03.2014 + Europe could cut the carbon-intensity of transport fuels, reduce spending on oil imports and boost the rural economy by developing sustainable advanced biofuels from wastes and residues.

:: Trina Solar and ANU Jointly Develop High Efficiency Solar Cell

+ 03.03.2014 + Marks Highest Efficiency for a Back Contact Silicon Solar Cell.

:: First Solar Sets World Record for CdTe Solar Cell Efficiency

+ 01.03.2014 + 20.4 Percent Research Cell Certified at Newport Lab and Confirmed at NREL.

:: Any country can reach high shares of wind, solar power cost-effectively, study shows

+ 28.02.2014 + Transformation of power systems is necessary to guarantee flexibility over long term, but this will be more difficult in some markets than in others.

:: A Discussion on Climate Change: Evidence and Causes

+ 27.02.2014 + The US National Academy of Sciences and The Royal Society cordially invite you to join us for the release of “Climate Change: Evidence & Causes,” a new publication produced jointly by the two institutions.

:: Why We Disagree About Climate Change

+ 26.02.2014 + Understanding Controversy, Inaction and Opportunity.

:: Food waste harms climate, water, land and biodiversity – new FAO report

+ 25.02.2014 + Direct economic costs of $750 billion annually – Better policies required, and “success stories” need to be scaled up and replicated.

:: Wind farm for Mongolia

+ 24.02.2014 + Ferrostaal joins 52 MW wind farm project.

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