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How Water Is Helping to End 'The First Climate Change War'

A decade of conflict starting in 2003 that killed hundreds of thousands of people in western Sudan and forced millions more to flee has been called "the first climate change war" by some, including a former UN secretary-general. Now a pioneering irrigation project is helping to mend the country's violent past.

China's Solar Equipment Sector Loses Its Shine

China's quick-growing solar equipment makers, forecast to meet half of global demand by the mid 2020s, are ramping up overseas sales to stave off closure after the elimination of government subsidies pushed domestic installations to a five-year low, Reuters reports.

December 17, 2019

Coal Endures as World's Leading Fuel for Electricity Generation

Despite major declines in coal use in the U.S. and other industrialized nations, global coal consumption is likely to rise over the coming years, driven by demand in India, China and Southeast Asia, Bloomberg reports. Read more from ICN about how current global fossil fuel production plans would shatter the Paris climate agreement goals.

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