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China vows 5-year plan dedicated to climate, but growth, security concerns weigh

Straits Times 25 Feb 2021
Mr Lauri Myllyvirta, lead analyst with the Helsinki-based Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air, said China would most likely set a 2025 energy cap of 5.5 billion tonnes of coal equivalent and set a target to raise the share of renewables to 20 per cent, from about 15 per cent now.
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China vows five-year plan dedicated to climate, but growth, security concerns weigh

Metro USA 25 Feb 2021
Schneps Connects ... Subscribe.. RSS iTunes Spotify Stitcher ... Lauri Myllyvirta, lead analyst with the Helsinki-based Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air, said China would most likely set a 2025 energy cap of 5.5 billion tonnes of coal equivalent and set a target to raise the share of renewables to 20%, from about 15% now ... SAYING NO TO COAL? ... .
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Study: China's New Coal Power Plant Capacity in 2020 More Than 3 Times Rest of World's

Voa News 03 Feb 2021
China put 38.4 gigawatts (GW) of new coal-fired power capacity into operation in 2020, according to new international research, more than three times the amount built elsewhere around the world and potentially undermining its short-term climate goals.��� ... think tank, and the Helsinki-based Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA).���.
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In profile: the 93 international feature Oscar 2021 contenders

Screen Daily 29 Jan 2021
Inspired by Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai, Johnscott’s film centres a young girl who strives for an education in a fishing village where teaching girls is taboo ... Attempting to go one better is this drama about extremism, centred on the fight between an Imam and his powerful brother over their children’s marriage.
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Helsinki centre area develops further (City of Helsinki)

Public Technologies 11 Jan 2021
Aside from the physical development of the urban environment, the agenda concerns the vitality, dynamism and functionality of Helsinki's city centre in a situation in which, for example, the development of intelligent traffic and digitalisation shape urban life at a pace never seen before.
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Pollutionwatch: fine particles affect lungs of those near airports

The Observer 01 Jan 2021
For seven months in 2018, a lorry trailer was parked near a runway at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport ... For instance, aviation particles were recently found in the centres of Barcelona, Helsinki, London and Zurich, when the wind blew from each city’s airport, potentially affecting millions of people ... .
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Oscars best international feature 2021: all the films submitted so far

Screen Daily 21 Dec 2020
The International Coalition of Filmmakers at Risk (ICFR) recently raised concerns about the safety of Abdelwahab and his family.  interweaves the hopes and dreams of three characters at the centre of the Egyptian lifestyle, accompanied by musical narration.
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New means of neuronal communication discovered in brain

Beijing News 19 Dec 2020
Helsinki [Finland], December 19 (ANI) ... The novel study published in Nature Communications was led by research groups of Professor J. Matias Palva and Research Director Satu Palva at the Neuroscience Centre of the University of Helsinki and Aalto University, in collaboration with the University of Glasgow and the University of Genoa ... (ANI) .
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Finland examines wider use of AI video camera technology

Computer Weekly 15 Dec 2020
The City of Helsinki (CoH) became Finland’s first urban district to launch an AI-enhanced camera “crowd counting” project in August 2020 ... Two popular city centre sites were chosen for the test, including the Senate Square in Helsinki’s oldest quarter ... for the City of Helsinki.
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China's foreign coal push risks global climate goalsUnder the Paris climate deal signed in 2015, ...

Deccan Herald 10 Dec 2020
If completed and operated for 30 years, these plants would emit the equivalent of almost three years of emissions from all coal-fired power plants in China, according to Lauri Myllyvirta, lead Asia analyst with Helsinki-based Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air.
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China's foreign coal push risks global climate goals

Korea Times 10 Dec 2020
If completed and operated for 30 years, these plants would emit the equivalent of almost three years of emissions from all coal-fired power plants in China, according to Lauri Myllyvirta, lead Asia analyst with Helsinki-based Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air.
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Siberian primrose has not had time to adapt to climate change

Phys Dot Org 23 Nov 2020
... northern Norway than in Oulu—even more successful than the Norwegian variety there, in its home environment," says Postdoctoral Researcher Maria Hällfors from the Research Centre for Ecological Changeat the Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Helsinki.
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