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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The leading Democratic candidates all believe climate change is an existential threat to the planet and have vowed to bring U.S. greenhouse gas emissions down to net-zero by 2050.
A letter from JAMARI MOHTAR and ALISSA AZIZI, EMIR Research, Kuala Lumpur
AS a precaution to prevent accidents, the Penang government will mark zigzag lines near pedestrian crossings on five roads to indicate that motorists need to slow down.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - To most of the world, the enduring image of Australia's bushfires has been injured koalas, but for former teacher John Creighton, the impact has been far worse for the native wombat.
MAJOR cities in Asia came together to address climate change at the 3rd Green Cities Forum at Royale Chulan Hotel in Weld Quay, Penang.
MANILA: The Philippines government said it’s reviewing all deals signed with the private sector that may have put taxpayers at a disadvantage on Tuesday (Jan 21), a sign that President Rodrigo Duterte is taking the scrutiny of contracts beyond regulated utilities.
JOHOR BARU: A major reservoir supplying water to some 600,000 households in the state is at risk of contamination due to illegal farming around it.
KULAI: Although the Johor government is planning to have cloud-seeding operations in early February as a proactive measure against water shortage, the public is urged to be prudent in their daily use of the natural resource.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese utility Shikoku Electric Power Co said on Friday it had been ordered by a Hiroshima court to suspend operations of its only operable nuclear reactor, the No.3 unit at its Ikata plant in western Japan.
Iran is widely expected to ramp up cyberattacks against the United States in response to the US killing of a top Iranian leader this month even as fears have receded about a military confrontation between the two countries.