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January-March 2019 (ONE)

In this number the following articles are present:

Next-gen Nukes (Grist.org Grist.org)

Back in 2009, Simon Irish, an investment manager in New York, found the kind of opportunity that he thought could transform the world while —...

Analysis: fossil-fuel emissions in 2018 increasing at fastest rate for seven years (Carbon Brief)

Hopes that global CO2 emissions might be nearing a peak have been dashed by preliminary data showing that output from fossil fuels and industry will...

Is clean energy funding from the UN’s green climate fund and other sources going where it’s needed most? (John Vidal)

Most of rural Africa still has no electricity, and tens of millions of families must cook on open fires and light their homes with candles...

From fiery ice to sustainable aviation: the biofuel race becomes creative (Jez Abbott (ONE team))

The search for alternative fuels struck lucky off the coast of Japan recently. Under the water and below the seabed are pockets of methane, trapped...

Porto Flavia: where wilderness meets design (ONE Team)

“This is not a coal mine but a sea harbour,” this is how the Sardinian Geopark guides typically introduce Porto Flavia to tourists and visitors....

Cyber-crime is smarter than energy (Eusebio Loria (ONE Team))

With the proliferation of smart grids, smart meters, “digital coal mine” and “digital oil fields,” the global energy sector is becoming increasingly interconnected, automated and...

Plastic is here, there and everywhere (Alice Masili (ONE team))

It had to happen sooner or later: the ocean contains plastic, the fish contain plastic, and now the plastic also arrives in the water we...

…From little acorns grow (Toby Lockwood (ONE Team))

Despite over ten years of trying, and numerous political initiatives at the national and EU level, carbon capture and storage (CCS) has yet to take...

São Domingos (ONE Team)

The São Domingos Mine is an abandoned open-pit mine in Alentejo’s Corte do Pinto, the first place in Portugal to have electric lighting. The Romans mined in the São Domingos area...