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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Representatives of European Union governments agreed on Wednesday to delay the application of a classification of sustainable financial products to the end of 2022 and did not rule out that investments in nuclear and coal could be deemed "green".
SYDNEY (Reuters) - British naturalist Sir David Attenborough has criticised Australia for changing its rhetoric on climate policy, saying the government's support for new coal mines showed the world it did not care about the environment.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese environment minister Shinjiro Koizumi's call to make climate change "cool" and "sexy" rang false to some Japanese activists on Tuesday, who said he needed to lay down some clear policy.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Insurers and pension funds managing $2.3 trillion (1.85 trillion pounds) pledged on Monday to shift their portfolios away from carbon-heavy industries in the hope of triggering snowballing climate commitments from other big investors.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Japan's new environment minister, Shinjiro Koizumi, pledged on Sunday to mobilise young people to push his coal-dependent country towards a low-carbon future by making the fight against climate change "sexy" and "fun."
Renewable energy seems to be the buzzword these days. Everybody have a view on renewable energy, whether it is solar, bio-diesel or hydro. They all seem to think that it is good that Malaysia is talking about renewable energy in a big way.
OVER THE NORWEGIAN SEA, Norway(Reuters) - Banking hard over the whitecaps off the west coast of Norway, the jetliner flying Dominika Pasternak and her fellow scientists descends so sharply that it seems for a moment as if the crew is about to ditch them all in the drink.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's total planned coal-fired power projects now stand at 226.2 gigawatts (GW), the highest in the world and more than twice the amount of new capacity on the books in India, according to data published by environmental groups on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The expected legal battle over President Donald Trump's plan to revoke California's authority to set stiff vehicle emissions standards separate from those established by the U.S. government appears unlikely to be resolved before next year's presidential election.
China's burgeoning Internet data sector will increase its power consumption by two-thirds by 2023, putting further pressure on the country's plans to curb smog and carbon emissions, according to a study published on Sept 9.