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A top US climate official on Thursday played down the weakening of commitments to reduce coal usage at the recent COP26 conference, stressing that the fossil fuel’s inclusion in the summit’s resulting document was a victory in itself.
Judging by what happened at COP26, we're just monkeys collecting poisonous nuts as the planet burns up
We’re watching the world burn while a few of us keep accumulating something with no real value.
COP26: can China quit its coal habit while the world wrangles over climate goals and phasing out the ‘dirtiest’ fossil fuel?
Coal is the focus of discussions at the annual United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, as political and corporate leaders debate how to handle the most carbon-intensive of all fossil fuels in their fight against climate change.
NEW DELHI: India’s coal power giant NTPC Ltd expects to raise 150 billion rupees (US$2bil or RM8.4bil) through initial public offerings (IPOs) in three units including its renewables business, and the paring of a joint venture stake, according to a company official familiar with the plans.
As climate disasters soared in the last few years, there has never a greater need for journalism that has impact.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (Sept 11)
Solar power holds the key to meeting renewable energy targets for Indonesia, but the fast-growing Southeast Asian economy needs significant reforms to steer it away from an over-reliance on coal, according to a report.
The country accounted for 13.4 per cent of all green bond proceeds globally as of May this year, according to RefinitivThe pace of green bond issuance globally is its fastest in five years
BEIJING/YIWU: China's harsh winter and stunning manufacturing recovery this year have pushed up electricity demand across the country's industrial belt, complicating Beijing's drive to cut businesses' power usage and their reliance on polluting coal-fired energy.
SINGAPORE: Standard Chartered has pulled financing for three coal-fired power plants in Southeast Asia amid a global push to cut greenhouse gas emissions, throwing into doubt projects worth an estimated $7 billion and piling pressure on the coal industry.