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SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): An Indonesian businessman on the run for 13 years over corruption and illegal logging in his country has been caught and dealt with by Singapore authorities for immigration offences.
MUNICH (Reuters) - A parachutist with "Kick Out Oil" and "Greenpeace" written on the back of his parachute flew into the Allianz stadium before Germany's Euro 2020 opener against France on Tuesday, briefly delaying the match and appearing to injure at least one person before landing.
CARBIS BAY, England: G7 leaders will commit on Sunday to increase their climate finance contributions to meet an overdue spending pledge of $100 billion a year to help poorer countries cut carbon emissions and cope with global warming.
CARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) - G7 leaders will commit on Sunday to increase their climate finance contributions to meet an overdue spending pledge of $100 billion a year to help poorer countries cut carbon emissions and cope with global warming.
American biologist Thomas Seeley suggests turning to Darwinian beekeeping, based on the natural ability of bees to adapt to their environment. Far, therefore, from human intervention.
G7 leaders were greeted by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II on Fridayevening (June 11) after opening their first in-person talks in nearly two years, touting an expected pledge to donate one billion Covid vaccine doses to poor countries in a show of revived Western democratic unity.
The coronavirus pandemic is adding a new unwelcome element to sea pollution off the town of Bauan, a popular dive site in the Philippines' Batangas province.
The mobile shop was created to bring "packaging-free" shopping to people's doors, tapping into a growing demand for deliveries during the stay-at-home restrictions.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesia is in talks to secure US$836 million in green funds to finance environmental protection and climate change mitigation efforts in one of the world’s top greenhouse gas-emitting countries.
China is looking to the sea to help cut the cost of cooling datacentres housing powerful computers and servers, and also to reduce consumption of traditional energy sources in a sector known for its high electricity needs.