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Don’t add to e-waste mountain, campaign urges UK shoppers

The Observer 26 Nov 2021
Black Friday and pre-Christmas spending sprees will create an e-waste mountain as 5m unwanted electrical items are binned or put in storage in Britain, a campaign group has warned ... The UK creates the second highest levels of electronic waste in the world, after Norway, with about 40% of the waste sent abroad.
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Lessons in converting waste to value, carbon capture from Norway

Indian Express 25 Nov 2021
Norway, a beautiful small country, has put a lot of focus on the research and technology development of good waste management systems ... The waste management action in Norway starts from its source — from each home ... Recently, the company commissioned a pilot plant to capture the CO2 from a waste to energy plant located in Norway.
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MoU signed to help reduce plastic use

Shenzhen Daily 18 Nov 2021
The MoU focuses on a China-Norway project to improve capacity for managing marine waste plastics and microplastics ... Shenzhen has been designated as a demonstration city for the China-Norway project to increase its international influence, as per the MoU ... Based on the China-Norway ...
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Falck lifts 2021 EBITDA forecast despite weaker 9mo results

Renewables Now 15 Nov 2021
Its previous guidance stood at EUR 192 million-202 million ... The division improved its top line by 4.8% in annual terms thanks to the commissioning of new capacity in the US and increased power sale prices in Italy, Spain, Norway and the UK. Revenues from photovoltaic (PV), biomass and waste-to-energy operations rose by 27.6% to EUR 62.5 million.
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Loved ones reunited as U.S. borders open to 33 countries

San Francisco Examiner 11 Nov 2021
By Irene Casado Sánchez, Caroline Ghisolfi and Natasha Maki Jessen-Petersen. Special to The Examiner ... Towner had not seen her aunt since 2018 ... According to U.S ... Tom Tran’s in-laws also did not want to waste a second — booking the first flights out of Norway — to see their granddaughter, born just a month before the U.S ... 8, 2021.
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New Eksfin boss’ sustainability focus for Norway’s export finance setup

Seatrade Maritime News 09 Nov 2021
Tone Lunde Bakker took the helm at Norway’s newly restructured export credit agency, Eksfin, in August and has wasted no time in establishing new focus areas and adjusting the agency’s business models to reflect changing priorities across Norwegian industry ... Norway, with the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund, has no shortage of money.
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Cameron Norrie's ATP Finals hopes suffer a major blow as he crashes out of the ...

The Daily Mail 04 Nov 2021
The 26-year-old was handed a small boost when Skinner failed to make the last-16 in Paris after being beaten by Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz on Wednesday, but his chance to leapfrog into a qualifying spot has been wasted. Meanwhile, Norrie's final rival Norway's Rudd progressed to the ...
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Food waste: Are we biting off more than we can chew?

Khaleejtimes 02 Nov 2021
We in the UAE waste an awful lot of food ... While Australia, Norway, Italy, Denmark and South Korea already have waste reduction plans, here in the UAE, we are beginning to embrace innovative approaches to the challenges of sustainable food production and the management of food waste.
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Energy – Trade – “Electric Highway” to Great Britain to Simplify the Economy

Swords Today 31 Oct 2021
From 2026, the 720 km “New Connect” subsea power cable will connect Wilhemshevan to the Hu Peninsula in the Thames ... “NewConnect will help ensure that we do not waste renewable energy,” said the Department of Commerce in London. Recently, Great Britain and Norway commissioned the world’s longest undersea power cable ... ....
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Puro.earth Launches the Pre-CORC Framework to Unlock Carbon Removal Scaling

The Marshall News Messenger 26 Oct 2021
HELSINKI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 26, 2021-- ... The framework aims to accelerate the pace of the voluntary carbon removal market and unlock global scaling ... The carbon removal market needs scaling through liquidity ... The framework is open to more interested suppliers ... -Emergent Waste Solutions (biochar, Canada). -Accend (wooden building elements, Norway) ... PUB.
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Falck Renewables to be acquired by investment fund

Renewables Now 20 Oct 2021
The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of 2022, subject to relevant regulatory and other approvals ... Falck Renewables is a renewable energy platform with about 1.3 GW of installed capacity in the UK, Italy, the US, Spain, France, Norway and Sweden, across wind, solar, waste-to-energy and biomass technologies ... ....
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Is THIS the key to cutting farm pollution? Scientists develop artificial lightning that fires a ...

The Daily Mail 08 Oct 2021
The technology is designed to strip pollutants from animal waste, according to the firm behind the system being tested in the UK, N2 Applied from Oslo, Norway. Independent consultants, ADAS, were bought in to test it out on a farm in Buckinghamshire, finding it had a notable impact on harmful waste gasses.
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Provoking climate engagement

Phys Dot Org 21 Sep 2021
Most of us have become accustomed to hearing that global warming is one of the biggest challenges facing the world ... Idea is to make people open their eyes ... mobility, plastic waste, housing and food. The experiments will be carried out in different places in NorwayTrondheim, Kristiansund, Hamar and in Viken county municipality ... Explore further ... ....
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The ‘right to repair’ revolution could save you money and help the planet

Metro UK 10 Sep 2021
Waste not, want not. There’s a global problem with e-waste and repairing rather than throwing away will help fight it (Alamy Stock Photo) ... According to the Global E-Waste Monitor, Britain produces more waste of this kind per person than any other country in the world, except Norway — 24.9kg a year, per person.
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Room for improvement in UK right to repair laws

Computer Weekly 06 Sep 2021
Read more about e-waste and the circular economy ... The UK specifically produces more e-waste than any other country apart from Norway, at 24.9kg a year per person, nearly 10kg more than the European Union (EU) average ... It further noted that roughly 40% of the UK’s e-waste is sent abroad, which “is illegal”.
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