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The World Bank has approved a US$400 million loan for Indonesia to help the South-East Asian country deepen its financial market, the Washington-based lender said on Friday.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in was set to depart Friday for the Group of Seven summit in Britain where talk of countering China could overshadow Seoul's efforts to be seen as a bigger player on issues such as climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic.
'Perpetual Planet: Heroes Of The Oceans' brings together legendary oceanographer Sylvia Earle with a cast of pioneering marine scientists, to tell the story of work being undertaken to protect the oceans.
Minister of Primary Resources and Tourism Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Ali Apong has called for continuous scientific research of the natural environment of Brunei’s forests.
HONG KONG (AFP): Most Asian markets rose Friday (June 11) following a record lead from Wall Street as traders bought into the Federal Reserve narrative that surging US inflation was only temporary and the central bank was likely to maintain its ultra-loose monetary policies for some time.
Streaming shows online has a smaller carbon footprint than some past estimates show, according to new studies by Enviromental groups.
CARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) - Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) wealthy nations begin a three day meeting in Cornwall, England, on Friday, discussing issues ranging from COVID-19 vaccines and economic recovery to climate change and geopolitics.
BERLIN (Reuters) -The leaders of Germany's Greens will resist a push by party activists this weekend to adopt more ambitious climate policies, balancing their ecologist message with care to ensure poorer voters are not left out of pocket after September's election.
CARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hailed U.S. President Joe Biden as "a big breath of fresh air" on Thursday because he wanted to work with London on a huge range of issues ranging from climate change and COVID to security.
LONDON: A rapid and chaotic energy transition would leave Europe’s biggest banks in financial peril comparable to the subprime crisis that United States lenders faced in 2008.