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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - No fans. No snack stands. No tour buses or hotel bookings. To many, this year's Tokyo 2020 Olympics may seem like no fun. But to environmentalists, the pared down approach is exactly what's needed in a world confronting climate change.
LONDON (Reuters) - With 18 pristine competition grasscourts inside the beautifully landscaped All England Club, Wimbledon has no rival when it comes to which of the four tennis Grand Slam venues look the greenest.
LONDON (Reuters) - The new Extreme E electric off-road series has cancelled races in Brazil's Amazon and Argentina's Patagonia regions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with Scotland now a possible alternative, it said in a statement on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - After launching three all-electric racing series on land and water, Spanish entrepreneur Alejandro Agag is considering a reach for the sky.
LONDON (Reuters) -McLaren will add an Extreme E team to their Formula One and Indycar operations next year in a major boost for the newly launched electric off-road series.
IN a week when Malaysia went into national lockdown and golf clubs feared for the worst in the face of maintenance work being cut off, the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of Scotland (R&A) launched what they call their “Sustainability Agronomy Service” for the Asia-Pacific region.
(Reuters) - Nico Rosberg's Extreme E team took a second win in two races of the new electric off-road series on Sunday after a clash in the final with the car entered by former Mercedes Formula One team mate Lewis Hamilton.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sponsor interest in the Extreme E electric off-road racing series has accelerated since last month's debut in Saudi Arabia, team owner and 2016 Formula One champion Nico Rosberg said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Nico Rosberg's team won the first race of the new electric Extreme E off-road series in Saudi Arabia on Sunday while Lewis Hamilton's X44 outfit hit problems and finished third in a cloud of dust.
(Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton beat old Formula One rival Nico Rosberg in the battle of team owners in qualifying for the first race of the new electric off-road Extreme E series in Saudi Arabia on Saturday.