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Paris (AFP): What worries one of the world's leading climate scientists the most?
PUTRAJAYA: While facing challenges brought on by the pandemic, all parties must not lose sight of issues posed by climate change which can have long-lasting impact and threats on social well-being, economic development and global health, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (pic).
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Angela Merkel made clear on Thursday she would keep working on issues such as climate change till her last day as chancellor but, inscrutable as ever, gave little away about her plans once she leaves office after a September 26 election.
NAPLES (Reuters) -Environment and energy ministers from the Group of 20 rich nations were making little progress on Thursday on how to reach climate goals, officials said, with a cluster of countries resisting any firm commitments.
SEOUL (Reuters): The United States is hoping that North Korea responds to its offer to re-open talks on denuclearisation, South Korea's presidential office said on Thursday (July 22) citing US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman.
ANTANANARIVO (Reuters) -Police in Madagascar this week arrested six people, including one foreign citizen, suspected of plotting to kill the president following what officials in the Indian Ocean island nation said was a months-long investigation.
PUTRAJAYA: Countries should not lose sight of the challenges that climate change poses despite having to face yet other challenges brought about by the pandemic, said Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
NEW YORK (Vietnam News/ANN): The Permanent Mission of Vietnam to the United Nations (UN) chaired an online meeting of the Group of Friends on the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) on July 21.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - No fans. No snack stands. No tour buses or hotel bookings. To many, this year's Tokyo 2020 Olympics may seem like no fun. But to environmentalists, the pared down approach is exactly what's needed in a world confronting climate change.
Hundreds of high-altitude air samples collected over the last decade showed that southeastern Amazon, in particular, has shifted from a "sink" to a source of carbon dioxide.