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SINGAPORE: As the United Nations warns countries need to do more to stave off the worst impacts of climate change, the world’s biggest carbon emitter has little to offer in the way of stronger action
MADRID (Reuters) - Climate summit host Spain criticised some nations' "silent complicity" with the global environmental crisis and said the upcoming U.N. meeting must not be treated as a "trade fair."
Myanmar: Cox’s Bazar will be one of the most polluted places in the country when the 17 planned coal-fired power plants start operation in the district, predicts a report by two environmentalist organisations.
THE largest shareholder of Mudajaya Group Bhd, and the reason behind the surge in its share price of late, is in the midst of reviewing the group’s plans and its direction for the future.
POLONARRUWA, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - Amid the lush paddy fields of central Sri Lanka, a large, state-of-the-art hospital rises between the cranes and cement mixers.
REACHING about 100m into the sky, the three exhaust stacks are imposing – even from kilometres away. They seem inactive while nearby chimneys spew puffs of white smoke. Beneath the chimneys, dark hills undulate.
SINGAPORE: state investor Temasek Holdings Pte will start reporting its air miles, water, paper and electricity usage from this financial year, according to Chief Executive Officer Ho Ching.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The 41 cities of China's Yangtze river delta manufacturing hub will aim to cut concentrations of tiny airborne smog particles known as PM2.5 by 2% this winter, below last year's target of 3%, the environment ministry said, in a new action plan.
FRANKFURT: Germany is seeking to boost momentum behind using hydrogen as an alternative to natural gas, part of a broader effort to quicken the pace of emissions cuts.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A preliminary text agreed by EU member states calls on the European Investment Bank to stop funding fossil fuel projects, in what would be a breakthrough in the bloc's climate policy and a blow to the coal, gas and oil industries.