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UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Monday that the financial sector must transform its management of climate risk, warning that global warming would prompt reassessments of the value of every single financial asset.
CANNES (Reuters) - Mediterranean resort town Cannes, France's fourth-biggest cruise ship port, will ban the most polluting cruise ships from next year in a bid to boost air quality in the city.
DOHA (Reuters) - Russia will miss the world athletics championships for the second time in a row after the sport's governing body the IAAF extended the ban against country's federation on Monday.
TOYOTA CITY, Japan (Reuters) - Georgia coach Milton Haig said Monday's 43-14 Rugby World Cup defeat by Wales is the perfect example of why his team needs to play Tier 1 opposition regularly if they are to be more competitive.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge has rejected the Trump administration's bid to dismiss a lawsuit by animal rights groups seeking to dissolve a wildlife advisory board they said was stacked with politically connected donors and pro-hunting enthusiasts.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Former triathlon champion Simon Whitfield and diving standout Alexandre Despatie are among this year's class of nine inductees to the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame, the Canadian Olympic Committee announced on Monday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The discovery of inconsistencies in the historical data handed over by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) was a disappointment not an embarrassment for the World Anti-Doping Agency, president Craig Reedie told Reuters on Monday.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Insurers and pension funds managing $2.3 trillion (1.85 trillion pounds) pledged on Monday to shift their portfolios away from carbon-heavy industries in the hope of triggering snowballing climate commitments from other big investors.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The head of Russia's Olympic Committee said on Monday that his country's participation at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics was at risk over the alleged manipulation of anti-doping laboratory data.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Activists seeking to pressure U.S. politicians to tackle climate change blocked major traffic hubs in the U.S. capital on Monday, chaining themselves to a sailboat in the middle of a street, while police arrested 26 protesters.