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Glasgow drastically reduces emissions while preparing to host COP 26
Projects including the opening of the Glasgow Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre have helped Glasgow reduce its carbon emissions by 41% since 2006 - surpassing the 30% target set for 2020.
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University of Glasgow researcher to study how trees can help us reach net zero emissions
Six research teams across the UK, including an academic from the University of Glasgow, will develop new tools and approaches which will help trees and woodlands adapt to climate change and enable the UK to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions.
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University of Strathclyde part of consortium aiming to develop sustainable aircraft
The university has partnered with Loganair, Rolls-Royce and the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) for the six-month project aiming to develop more sustainable aircraft capable of short-haul operations across the Highlands and Islands.
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£21 million digital project involving regional universities aims to decarbonise dairy industry
A £21 million digital project involving the University of the West of Scotland and University of Strathclyde, aiming to create 600 new jobs is set to help decarbonise South-West Scotland and Cumbria’s dairy industry.
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Revolutionary new tarmac diverts plastic from landfill
A tarmac product made from discarded plastic has been used in a major regeneration project in Glasgow at a new energy centre being created by Scottish Water.
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How ‘digital twin’ technology from Glasgow based IES can help build a sustainable future for all
Glasgow based firm IES believe every building, community and city can make use of their 'digital twin' technology to help achieve Net Zero by 2045
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Scotland’s IoT innovation centre takes up fight against climate change with new partnership 
CENSIS has joined forces with the government tech accelerator CivTech to support a number of public sector challenges, including net zero aims.
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GCU World Forum attracts major names in climate change
Some of the biggest players on the world stage of climate change will be speaking at the second World Forum on Climate Justice, to be held at Glasgow Caledonian University in September.
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