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ZURICH (Reuters) -The World Economic Forum has cancelled its annual meeting - the blue riband event for the global elite to discuss the world's problems - due to be held in Singapore later this year, the organisers said on Monday.
Swedish teen activist mocked as 'puppet of Western politicians' for targeting China on climate issue
BEIJING, May 9, Global Times - Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg found herself in hot water on Chinese social media as she was mocked by netizens as being a "double-standard, selective environmentalist" and "puppet of Western politicians" after she targeted China on its annual emissions but made no comments on Japan's decision to dump nuclear-contaminated water.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Politicians, including Sweden's leaders, are still in denial over the threat from climate change, environmental activist Greta Thunberg said on Monday after meeting Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Lofven.
BERLIN (Reuters) -Germany must update its climate law by the end of next year to set out how it will bring carbon emissions down nearly to zero by 2050, its top court ruled on Thursday, siding with a young woman who argued rising sea levels would engulf her family farm.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg will testify Thursday to a U.S. congressional hearing on fossil fuel subsidies, which the committee's progressive chairman is pressuring President Joe Biden to end.
WASHINGTON (The Straits Times/ANN): All 40 world leaders who were invited to the climate summit hosted by US President Joe Biden have confirmed their attendance, setting up a meeting of the world's largest polluters and economies with the purpose of galvanising countries to do more to combat climate change before time runs out.
This Earth Day, meet young activists who are rising above the challenges to sound the alarm.
Austrian online privacy activist Max Schrems has taken on a new battle: taking Google to task for the “illegal” tracking code on its Android mobile phones.
This Earth Day, many are gearing up for 'revenge activism' after Covid-19 brought the global movement to a screeching halt.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The world can bring the global COVID-19 pandemic under control in the coming months provided it distributes the necessary resources fairly, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) told a news briefing on Monday.