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24 Feb 2017

FEATURE-Can Barcelona ‘superblocks’ cut traffic and clean up city air?

By Sophie Davies | February 24 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) The daily life and work of Gabrielle Green, a language teacher in the Spanish city of Barcelona, just got that […]

24 Feb 2017

Investors urged to quench growing thirst for climate-friendly finance

By Megan Rowling | February 24 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) India, like many developing countries, is grappling with how to fund a massive increase in its clean energy supplies as part […]

23 Feb 2017

Scientists to test 50 coral reefs to seek ways to counter climate change

By Alister Doyle | February 23 2017 (Reuters) Ocean scientists will pick 50 coral reefs worldwide to test ways to limit damage from climate change, pollution and over-fishing that threatens […]

22 Feb 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: What does ‘climate leadership’ mean for companies?

By Kevin Moss, Global Director of the World Resources Institute Business Center, WRI’s program that helps the private sector develop strategies that support sustainable strategies and drive growth, and Tim […]

21 Feb 2017

Bolivia seeks $250 mln from Green Climate Fund to tackle drought – FAO

By Sophie Hares | February 21 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Drought-hit Bolivia will seek $250 million from the Green Climate Fund for projects to bolster water management and food security, said […]

20 Feb 2017

INTERVIEW- Solar-powered Africa “never more possible and less expensive” – energy chief

By Maina Waruru | February 20 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) A “solar revolution” is coming to Africa, comparable in scale and importance to the rapid surge in mobile phone use […]

20 Feb 2017

Arctic and Antarctic sea ice at record low in January – UN

By Tom Miles | February 20 2017 (Reuters) The extent of sea ice in the Arctic and Antarctic last month was the lowest on record for January, the U.N. World […]

17 Feb 2017

New solar-reflecting film can cool homes without air con – scientists

By Alex Whiting | February 17 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) While Australians struggle to keep their air conditioners humming as a heatwave threatens to overwhelm the country’s power grid, U.S. scientists […]

16 Feb 2017

Swedish bank SEB issues first green bond raising $532 million

By Nina Chestney | February 1 62017 (Reuters) Swedish banking group SEB issued its first green bond last week, raising 500 million euros ($532 million) for loans to low-carbon projects, […]

16 Feb 2017

Climate change fight will be won or lost in cities, say experts

By Thin Lei Win | February 16 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Cities are on the frontline of the fight against climate change and will play a key role in limiting global […]

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