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In Lisbon, Portugal, lawns are being replaced by meadows. In the summer, there’s no green in sight; only yellow. And that’s a good thing. In one of the city’s largest parks, Bela Vista Park, six million litres of water are saved each year.
From rainforests to wetlands, nature has some of the best tools to fight climate change. Now investors are planning on pouring billions of dollars into a market that promotes conservation and rewards investors with carbon credits to sell to big polluters. The first of a two-part special looks at the potential of the market, who is investing and what is needed to really get it off the ground.
MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid are itching to enjoy European competition back at their Santiago Bernabeu stadium on Tuesday, after more than 18 months away, manager Carlo Ancelotti said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Companies are struggling to recreate the serendipity of office interactions as many teams continue to work remotely due to the pandemic, but they could soon have a new option to try close the gap.
ROME (Reuters) - The social media guru for Italy's Matteo Salvini said on Monday he had quit his post, key to building the far-right leader's popularity, following media reports that he was under a narcotics investigation.
KUCHING: The 85th birthday of Sarawak Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud will be celebrated here from Oct 8-10.
SYDNEY: Asian shares nudged higher on Monday as risk sentiment turned for the better, though a surge in oil prices to three-year highs could inflame inflation fears and aggravate the recent hawkish turn by some major central banks.
ZHUHAI, China (Reuters): China's drive for self-sufficiency in aerospace and its growing military prowess will be on display at the country's largest air show this week, in an event set against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic and trade frictions with the West.
KOHLER, Wisconsin (Reuters) - It took nothing less than a U.S. Ryder Cup win to bring a truce to golf's biggest feud on Sunday as Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka celebrated the victory over Europe with a hug while their team mates belted out the 1970s hit, "Why Can't We Be Friends?"