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16 Jun 2017

Chinese court jails seven for falsifying pollution data

By Christian Shepherd (Reuters) | 16 June 2017 A court in China on Friday jailed seven people for more than a year each for tampering with air quality monitoring equipment […]

16 Jun 2017

China, ADB launch green financing platform to fight pollution

By David Stanway (Reuters) | 16 June 2017 China and the Asia Development Bank (ADB) have launched a green financing platform to support efforts by small- and medium-sized enterprises to […]

16 Jun 2017

EU approves German fund for managing radioactive waste

By Philip Blenkinsop (Reuters) | 16 June 2017 The European Commission said on Friday it had approved Germany’s plan to create a public fund to deal with radioactive waste. Germany […]

16 Jun 2017

Trump’s coal plan sends U.S. energy “back to the past”: Vatican

By Alister Doyle (Reuters) | 16 June 2017 U.S. President Donald Trump is sending U.S. energy production “back to the past” with disastrous decisions to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement and to […]

15 Jun 2017

Global power sector emissions to peak in 2026 – report

By Susanna Twidale (Reuters) | 15 June 2017 Global emissions of greenhouse gases from the power sector are expected to peak in 2026, but will still be some way above […]

13 Jun 2017

Global energy demand stumbles for third year: BP

Ron Bousso | 13 June 2017 (Reuters) Global energy demand continued its sluggish rise last year as growth in Chinese consumption fell to its lowest in nearly two decades, while […]

13 Jun 2017

Apple issues $1 billion green bond after Trump’s Paris climate exit

13 June 2017 (Reuters) Apple Inc (AAPL.O) offered a $1 billion bond dedicated to financing clean energy and environmental projects on Tuesday, the first corporate green bond offered since President […]

12 Jun 2017

Food shortages due to climate change could fuel violence, unrest – research

By Lin Taylor (Thomson Reuters Foundation) | 9 June 2017 LONDON, Food shortages caused by climate shocks like drought or floods could exacerbate violence and riots in politically unstable countries, researchers […]

12 Jun 2017

U.S. breaks with G7 on climate, development banks – statement

By Stephen Jewkes (Reuters) | 12 June 2017 The United States refused to sign up to the Group of Seven major industrialised economies’ statement on climate change and plans to […]

12 Jun 2017

Kerry says U.S. climate goals in reach despite Trump Paris pullout

By Gwladys Fouche (Reuters) | 12 June 2017 Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry predicted on Monday that the United States will achieve goals to limit climate change set […]

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