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Anglo American sets ambition to halve Scope 3 emissions by 2040

"Our approach reflects the fact that climate change is affecting us all and that navigating the transition is a shared and urgent endeavour.”
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G-20 Countries struggling to drive economies to net-zero transition

“Winning the fight against climate change requires urgent and bold action across every industry, and we need governments to lead the way."
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New draft guidelines for assessments for environmental consent applications

The guidelines intend to provide best practice guidelines to improve the quality of specialist input related to climate change.
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Coal mines must close, but not without just solutions for communities and workers

Mining and energy companies must stop extracting and burning coal if disastrous climate change is to be avoided.
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Hydrogen, financing the energy transition and climate change @Enlit Africa

“Hydrogen, specifically green and blue, has the potential to considerably accelerate sub-Saharan Africa’s electrification rate."

Climate risk and decarbonization: What every mining CEO needs to know

The sector faces pressure from governments, investors, and society to reduce emissions. Mining is responsible for 4 to 7% of GHG emissions.

South African court halts start of new coal mine

Bobby Peek, director of groundWork, also a part of the Life After Coal campaign.
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Hydrogen’s rise materially increases PGM relevance

Platinum group metals stand poised to benefit from a resurgence in medium term demand as the world transitions to a low-carbon future.

Efficient motors and drives can combat climate change

“Industrial energy efficiency, more than any other challenge, has the single greatest capacity for combatting the climate emergency."
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Carbon capture incentivised by billionaire donor

Last month, electric vehicle and clean energy company Tesla co-founder Elon Musk tweeted that he would donate $100m towards a prize for the best carbon capture technology.