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And it is why this year’s World News Day, which falls on September 28, is focusing on the climate crisis.
In the coming decades, the greatest impacts will be in Asia due to the number of people living in the continent’s low-lying coastal areas.
Oil prices steadied on Friday near a two-month high of US$77.50 a barrel and were headed for a third straight week of gains, supported by global output disruptions and inventory draws.
HONG KONG: Asian shares were on edge on Friday, hurt by persistent uncertainty around the fate of debt-ridden China Evergrande, even as increased risk appetite drove U.S. stocks and Treasury yields higher.
NEW YORK: Oil prices settled higher on Wednesday after U.S. crude stocks fell to their lowest levels in three years as refining activity recovered from recent storms
NEW YORK/LONDON: A gauge of global stock markets ended solidly higher and the U.S. dollar strengthened on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve cleared the way for the central bank to reduce its monthly bond purchases soon, while easing market jitters around property developer China Evergrande helped risk appetite.
Risk of hike in prices may make food prices even pricier next year
KUALA LUMPUR: Trees in urban areas not only beautify the city but also play a part in contributing to the index required to achieve a healthier standard of living.
The coronavirus has made it harder for authorities to respond to disasters caused by extreme weather fuelled by climate change, with more severe storms, floods and heatwaves affecting nearly 140 million people around the world, an aid organisation said.
Available aid from anti-poverty programmes often fails to meet storm victims' heightened needs, as what has happened during Hurricane Ida.