Nepal to cut carbon emissions from deforestation with $45m support

The Emissions Reductions Payment Agreement is expected to help reduce nine million tons of carbon emissions in the Terai Arc Landscape

EIB backs plant proteins and green chemistry with €50m loan

Funding will support the production of proteins for animal feed from oilseeds

Court rules Shell must pay farmers over oil spills

Shell Nigeria is liable for damages from pipeline leaks in the villages of Oruma and Goi, the Hague Court of Appeals said in a ruling

Green is good, but who trusts it?

A new study finds only a third of EU consumers trust the green credentials of food products

INEOS injects £100m into the creation of Oxford University Institute for ‘silent pandemic’

The new body will work to develop solutions to antimicrobial resistance

Scotland awards £18m to support sustainable farming

Letters with grant offers have been sent to more than 3,500 eligible farmers and crofters towards the purchase of agricultural equipment chosen for its effectiveness in reducing greenhouse gases

Better Energy to develop solar park on restored wetlands

It will be located in Køng Mose in Vordingborg Municipality, which is expected to supply around 42,000 households with green energy

New partnership to help Egyptian farmers buy solar irrigation systems

Using solar power for pumping water is estimated to help farmers save $875m annually in diesel fuel costs

French startup recycles hair to clean up ocean oil spills

James Taylor, Co-Founder of the French startup Capillum spoke to ELN about a hair recycling initiative, which extracts keratin from waste hair to use it for soil and water decontamination

EU Commission adopts strategy to reduce methane emissions

Methane is a potent greenhouse gas and the second biggest contributor to climate change after carbon dioxide