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“In face of a French-led push to revive nuclear power in Europe, a group of five EU countries led by Germany have banded together to urge the European Commission to keep nuclear out of the EU’s green finance taxonomy.”

Five EU countries form anti-nuclear alliance at COP26
In face of a French-led push to revive nuclear power in Europe, a group of five EU countries led by Germany have banded together to urge the European Commission to keep nuclear out of the EU's green finance taxonomy.

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John Kerry says fossil fuel subsidies are the ‘definition of insanity.’
He also defended new language in the draft of an agreement that appears to have watered down a push to curb fossil fuels.
‘Our land is fast disappearing’: High hopes replaced by despair at climate summit
Fighting back tears, Tuvalu Finance Minister Seve Paeniu said his hopes for progress at the start of the UN gathering had been replaced by despair.
Letter: ‘Hot air from Glasgow means it’s time for radical leadership’
Hundreds of scholars sign open letter urging communities to lead their own ‘emergency response’ after ‘failure’ of Cop26 to slash dangerous greenhouse gas emissions
Wasted opportunity: Why isn’t excess food higher on Cop26 agenda?
In the UK, food waste accounts for between 6% and 7% of total greenhouse gas emissions, with an estimated 2m tonnes of perfectly edible food needlessly wasted
Climate change rocks agricultural commodity markets
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How to transition away from fossil fuels without creating an energy shortage
A carbon price can provide much-needed flexibility into a climate program to handle situations when the economy is at risk.