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PARIS (Reuters) - Greenpeace and two other civil society groups have filed a complaint with a Paris prosecutor against Patrick Pouyanné, CEO of energy giant Total, alleging he abused his role on the board of a university to push the company's agenda.
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.
MONDAY marked the 35th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster, regarded as the worst nuclear accident in history. But some scientists contend that the damage caused by an earthquake and tsunami to Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant 10 years ago was equally severe.
On April 13, the Japanese government decided to discharge nuclear wastewater from the wrecked Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant into the sea. It argued that this move was “inevitable”, “urgent” and “a choice after careful study”. And there were precedents to follow. And the wastewater would be treated according to international standards.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States and other countries hiked their targets for slashing greenhouse gas emissions at a global climate summit hosted by President Joe Biden, an event meant to resurrect U.S. leadership in the fight against global warming.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan has begun to assess how it can reach zero emissions by 2050, President Tsai Ing-wen said on Thursday, after green groups criticised the government for not doing enough to fight climate change.
PETALING JAYA: On Earth Day today, environmental activists are calling for greater climate action especially as the world, including Malaysia, has been recording hotter temperatures in recent years.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union has reached a provisional agreement to reduce its net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030, pushing beyond a previous target but not going as far as environmental campaigners demand.
China’s tech giants are shifting slowly toward using more clean electricity to power their energy-hungry operations, Greenpeace found in its second review of the industry.
(Reuters) - Deployments of facial recognition from Israeli startup AnyVision show how the surveillance software has gained adoption across the United States even as regulatory and ethical debates about it rage.