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HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba is deploying oxen to replace tractors, using wood instead of gas at many state bakeries and advising citizens to save electricity by making the most of daylight as it grapples with an acute fuel shortage amid U.S. sanctions.
OVER THE NORWEGIAN SEA, Norway(Reuters) - Banking hard over the whitecaps off the west coast of Norway, the jetliner flying Dominika Pasternak and her fellow scientists descends so sharply that it seems for a moment as if the crew is about to ditch them all in the drink.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The starting price for carbon under a new German domestic scheme applying to energy used in buildings and transport will be set in line with that of carbon certificates in the European Union's existing emissions trading scheme, government and coalition sources said on Friday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's governing parties on Friday agreed a new climate protection package, including a domestic carbon price and the possibility of more stringent measures in future, a source close to the talks said.
Thailand’s ubiquitous tuk-tuk is getting a cutting-edge makeover to help carry the local auto industry into the future.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea's crop production this year is expected to drop to its lowest level in five years, bringing serious shortages for 40% of the population, as a dry spell and poor irrigation hit an economy already reeling from sanctions over its weapons programmes, the United Nations said on Thursday.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Amnesty International accused Hong Kong police on Friday of torture and other abuses in their handling of more than three months of pro-democracy protests, but the police say they have shown restraint on the street in the face of increased violence.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German government officials are discussing the introduction of a carbon emission price of roughly 30 euros (£26.4) a tonne for the transport and housing sectors, three people familiar with the negotiations told Reuters on Thursday.
Jakarta: With the expansion of the implementation of odd-even plate regulations in Jakarta, more of those who work in the city are using public transportation while others rack their brains to get around the traffic lessening policy.
PUBLIC transport connectivity in the Klang Valley is improving by the day.