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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - The Trump administration said on Tuesday it will be auctioning off nearly 4 million acres (1.6 million hectares) of land in Arctic Alaska for oil development next month, and it is promising much more territory will be open to development in the future.
BANGKOK: US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang yesterday afternoon at a regional summit in Bangkok, a person familiar with the discussion said.
WASHINGTON: Leaders from the United States and China encountered a new obstacle in their struggle to end a damaging trade war on Wednesday, when the summit where they were supposed to meet was cancelled because of violent protests.
This ice provided a giant platform for growing algae at the base of the food chain, and has been a significant contributor to the remarkable productivity of a body of water, stretching from Alaska to northeast Russia, that sustains some of the biggest fisheries on the planet.
In the quest to command higher fares and traveller loyalty, airlines are constantly scrambling to market their onboard services as better than Brand X. These days, one highly visible battleground is directly in front of you: the seatback screen.
GOLDEN Destinations (GD) held its Ambassador Signing Ceremony where Chan Phei Yong — fondly known as Phei Yong among fans — was appointed as its fourth brand ambassador.
AN 11-day cruise around Alaska and many other rewards worth a total of RM250,000 await participants in GuocoLand Malaysia Bhd’s BEST campaign that is running until Dec 31.
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Scientists behind a landmark study of the links between oceans, glaciers, ice caps and the climate delivered a stark warning to the world on Wednesday: slash emissions or watch cities vanish under rising seas, rivers run dry and marine life collapse.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The United Nations-backed Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published a report on Wednesday investigating what is likely to happen to oceans, glaciers and ice caps if the world fails to bring carbon emissions under control. Here are some of the key findings from the latest science: