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Acoustic Deterrent Devices

New research builds confidence in wider use of Acoustic Deterrent Devices to safeguard marine mammals during offshore wind construction

19 December 2017 | News

ORJIP has successfully concluded a study to examine the effectiveness of using Acoustic Deterrent Devices to further protect minke whales from noise impact during offshore windfarm construction.

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December 2017 newsletter

Carbon Trust Newsletter December 2017

15 December 2017 | News

Latest news, viewpoints and events from the Carbon Trust

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2017-18

2017: 12 months of breakthrough progress on climate change

15 December 2017 | News

With climate change it is often easy to focus on the bad news. But as the year draws to a close we reflect on what has happened in 2017, and there are a number of reasons to be optimistic about what can be achieved.

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Incheon Port Authority receiving their certification award

South Korean sustainability successes recognised through Carbon Trust assurance

7 December 2017 | News

Carbon Trust Certification is continuing to grow in South Korea through our partnership with the KPC.

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Holistic offshore wind farm control strategies to be put to the test

7 December 2017 | News

New multimillion euro project launched as part of the Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator programme will investigate best use of Wind Farm Controls to maximise energy production from offshore wind whilst reducing turbine loads

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How should boards approach the great strategic challenge of climate change?

How should boards approach the great strategic challenge of climate change?

Posted by Tom Delay | 7 December 2017 | Viewpoint

The question is no longer if we will move towards a low carbon economy, it is when and how? And importantly, how much warming will be locked-in during this transition? These are issues that need to be considered very carefully.

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