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The Global Methane Assessment: Cuts and Acts

On the 6th of May 2021, the Climate and Clean Air Coalition and the UN Environment Program released the Global Methane Assessment. This new assessment analyses the benefits and costs of reducing methane emissions and identifies the sectors in which the most progress can be made by 2030.

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Grasp the nettle! Yes, but which one?!

Media coverage of climate change is ramping-up in the UK ahead of the COP26 conference in November, prompting our government to start announcing targets – in this case a pledge to cut GHG emissions by 78% by 2035 compared with 1990 levels.

Difficult decisions, however, will need to be made but are they sustainable?

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Testing Barriers Slow Sustainable Electronics Production …and they affect EVERY SINGLE device you can imagine.

Electronics have testing issues at every step of their development (from the initial design to maintenance while in use).  As a result Incredibly important innovations are being slowed down by testing: solar panels for clean energy, LiDAR for autonomous vehicles, lasers for fibre-optic networks. So, what are ‘electronic tests’ anyways?

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