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More than five years after massive cyberattacks left a quarter of a million Ukrainians without electricity, the world’s power grids have become even more vulnerable to hackers.
Bitcoin mining requires huge amounts of computing power and uses large amounts of energy, but China has pledged to achieve carbon neutrality in 2060. Inner Mongolia was the only one of 30 areas under Beijing’s energy consumption and energy intensity review that failed to meet the targets in 2019.
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin, shares of Tesla and a high-flying exchange traded fund (ETF) fell on Tuesday, retreating from recent rallies in a volatile session that gave investors a gut check.
Though Elon Musk may be famously erratic, his interest in cryptocurrency seems particularly at odds with his other ventures and sustainability goals.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tesla boss Elon Musk is a poster child of low-carbon technology. Yet the electric carmaker's backing of bitcoin this week could turbo-charge global use of a currency that's estimated to cause more pollution than a small country every year.
John Caudwell, the billionaire founder of Phones4u, has come up with an even more provocative ploy to get Britain back on track: a huge windfall tax on online businesses that have “profiteered” from the lockdown Internet shopping boom.
LONDON (Reuters) - London retained its position as the top European destination for tech venture capital in 2020, with levels near the record amount of the year before despite the impact of COVID-19, according to research by Dealroom.co and London & Partners.
FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF (Reuters) - Siemens Gamesa and Siemens Energy are developing a commercial offshore wind turbine that produces hydrogen via electrolysis, the companies said, marking a breakthrough for the mass production of renewable hydrogen.
Greg Brown and Mitchell Moffit posted a video to YouTube engineered to get your clicks. They gave it an alluring title: “The Biggest Lie About Climate Change.”
(Reuters) - Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook on Saturday called on governments and businesses to implement stronger climate targets starting next year, during remarks at the United Nations' Climate Ambition Summit.