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(Reuters) - Representatives of 30 nations meet on Tuesday to seek ways to save fast-depleting tuna stocks in the Indian Ocean as demand in Asia and the West soars for sushi and tinned fish.
Recycling old smartphones is not only good for the environment – it is a potentially lucrative business for e-waste companies in China
China was once a dumping ground for the world’s discarded electronics, with thousands of workshops disassembling old computers to extract materials to recycle. The value of metals discarded as electronic waste in China is forecast to be worth US$23.8bil by 2030.
JAKARTA (Reuters): Indonesia, with the world's third biggest rainforest area, reduced the rate of deforestation by 75% last year by controlling forest fires more effectively and limiting clearing of woodland, the Environment Ministry said.
IF YOU can’t pay the interest on your debts, an IOU isn’t going to be enough to save you from bankruptcy.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States officially rejoined the Paris climate agreement on Friday, reinvigorating the global fight against climate change as the Biden administration plans drastic emissions cuts over the next three decades.
Negotiations at this year's all-important meeting, known as COP26, are likely to be just as fraught-with the added wrinkle of potentially being held over Microsoft Teams.
When Claire is in her buggy, traffic-related pollution such as soot and particulate matter is logged every 10 seconds. Other parameters, such as wind speed and time of day, are also recorded.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's Northern Territory declared a ban on seabed mining in its coastal waters on Friday, citing the potential impact on the environment, sacred Indigenous sites and marine industries.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Climate-change leaders and campaigners worldwide welcomed U.S. President Joe Biden's move to rejoin the 2015 Paris Agreement but said Washington must also cut emissions and use its influence to encourage other countries to do the same.