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06:06U.N.: Climate disruption threatens health and future of all children115BARCELONA, February 19 (WNM/Reuters/Megan Rowling) - Many wealthy nations are letting the world's younger generations down by failing to curb planet-warming emissions, a U.N.-backed report said, warning...
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00:36EU targets textiles, batteries and packaging in plan to halve waste by 2030211BRUSSELS, February 18 (WNM/Reuters/Marine Strauss) - Recycling textiles, batteries and packaging will be the priority in a new plan to halve waste in the European Union by 2030, the head of the EU's...
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MiCoronavirus slows China's Belt and Road push147BEIJING, February 18 (WNM/Reuters/Keith Zhai/Matthew Tostevin) - When President Xi Jinping made his first state visit this year to Myanmar and signed new infrastructure contracts, there was no indication...
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MiMalaysia urged to cut down on plastic packaging for cleaner seas161KUALA LUMPUR, February 17 (WNM/Reuters/Michael Taylor) - An analysis of Asia's worst ocean polluters shows Malaysians are the biggest individual consumers of plastic packaging, WWF said, urging the...
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DiStudy: Climate change opens up 'frontier' farmland145ROME, February 17 (WNM/Reuters/Thin Lei Win) - Kenya's livestock herders planting chilli peppers, Pakistan's mountain farmers rearing fish and tropical fruits in Sicily - farmers around the world are...
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MoSustainability disclosures by European companies generally poor115LONDON, February 17 (WNM/Reuters/Simon Jessop) - European corporate disclosures on climate change and other sustainability issues are generally poor, a study showed, as regional policymakers mull toughening...
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MoNorway faces economic reckoning after decades of oil profits435OSLO, February 15 (WNM/Reuters/Terje Solsvik) - Norway should reduce its dependence on income from its sovereign wealth fund and the petroleum revenue from which it was built, the country's central...
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SoU.N. targets small farm businesses to help poorest producers326ROME, February 15 (WNM/Reuters/Thin Lei Win) - As harvests fall and hunger rises on a warming planet, the United Nations plans to use new financial tools and work with banks and other partners to help...
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SaEach day, fossil fuel air pollution costs $8 billion, study says343NEW YORK, Feb 12 (WNM/Reuters/Matthew Lavietes) - Global air pollution from burning fossil fuels costs $8 billion each day, more than 3% of the value of goods and services produced daily, as people...
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FrVolkswagen and Daimler push for more 'sustainable' Chile lithium316SANTIAGO, February 12 (WNM/Reuters/Dave Sherwood) - German automakers Volkswagen and Daimler have launched a study to push for more "sustainable" lithium mining in Chile, according to lobbyist filings...
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FrSatellite data brings farming advice to remote areas of Zimbabwe306NTABAZINDUNA, Zimbabwe, February 12 (WNM/Reuters/Marko Phiri) - Zimbabwe has been slow to embrace satellite-based systems for its agricultural sector, but now the country is seeing the benefits of using...
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13.02.Total CEO says governments not oil firms must drive carbon curbs218ABERDEEN, Scotland, February 12 (WNM/Reuters/Bate Felix/Ron Bousso) - It is up to governments to drive decarbonisation and consumers will have to pay more to achieve carbon neutrality, Total's chief...
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13.02.Saudi Aramco sees increase in attempted cyber attacks258RIYADH, February 10 (WNM/Reuters/Marwa Rashad) - Saudi Aramco has seen an increase in attempted cyber attacks since the final quarter of 2019, which the company has so far successfully countered, the...
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12.02.BP sets net zero carbon target for 2050158LONDON, February 12 (WNM/Reuters/Ron Bousso/Shadia Nasralla) - BP plans deep cuts to its carbon emissions by 2050, setting one of the oil sector's most ambitious targets, as part of the biggest overhaul...
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12.02.Cities experiment with big ideas to confront 'climate emergency'156BARCELONA, February 10 (WNM/Reuters/Megan Rowling) - Around the world, front-runner cities are testing new ways to cut their emissions faster and protect residents from floods, heatwaves and rising...
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12.02.Botswana auctions permits to hunt elephants to ease human-wildlife conflict185GABORONE, February 10 (WNM/Reuters) - Botswana has auctioned licences to hunt a total of 70 elephants in seven districts, the first such hunting to take place since President Mokgweetsi Masisi lifted...
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11.02.Global CO2 emissions from power generation flatten out123LONDON, February 11 (WNM/Reuters/ Nina Chestney) - Global carbon dioxide emissions from power production flattened last year to 33 gigatonnes after two years of increase, even though the world economy...
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11.02.Green transport set to overtake cars in world's major cities by 2030154LONDON, February 10 (WNM/Reuters/Sonia Elks) - From public transport to cycling, sustainable transport is on course to overtake driving in the world's biggest cities within a decade, according to a...
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11.02.Climate change could spark 'global systemic crisis', scientists warn163LONDON, February 10 (WNM/Reuters/Laurie Goering) - A failure to get to grips with climate change and associated problems, from ecosystem collapse to worsening water and food shortages, is the most severe...
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10.02.Russia: Construction of Nord Stream 2 to be finalized despite "unprecedented resistance from U.S."239MOSCOW, February 10 (WNM/TASS) - The construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline will be finalized despite the "unprecedented resistance from the United States", Russia's Energy Minister Alexander...
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10.02.Bottled water firms take aim at PepsiCo's SodaStream281BERLIN/VEVEY, Switzerland, February 9 (WNM/Reuters/Silke Koltrowitz/Emma Thomasson) - Concerns about plastic waste and the environmental impact are pushing bottled water firms such as Danone and Nestle...
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09.02.As threats rise, African scientists delve into climate change health impacts434BANJUL, February 8 (WNM/Reuters/Nellie Peyton) - Infectious diseases are on the rise, food harvests are falling and people are dying from heat waves, but many of the health impacts of climate change...
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08.02.Russia: Counter-drone systems to protect oil companies414MOSCOW, February 7 (WNM/TASS) - Russian conglomerate Rostec has supplied the first batch of mobile systems providing protection from unmanned aerial vehicles to Russian oil and gas companies. "Some...
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07.02.Rally in stocks runs out of steam as coronavirus toll climbs150* Coronavirus cases rise, Asian markets slip * Shanghai stocks pare losses but set for worst week in 8 months * Major currencies steady, oil firm but has not recovered * Asian stock markets: https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4...
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07.02.Malaysian palm oil bosses urge action against 'toxic' environment groups200KUALA LUMPUR, February 6 (WNM/Reuters/A. Ananthalakshmi/Mei Mei Chu) - Malaysian palm oil industry officials urged the government to take action against environmental groups critical of the commodity...
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