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7 Aug 2017

Keystone XL pipeline fate in balance as Nebraska opens hearings

By Kevin O’Hanlon (Reuters) | 7 August 2017 LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska regulators will hear final arguments for and against TransCanada Corp’s (TRP.TO) proposed Keystone XL pipeline this week before deciding whether […]

4 Aug 2017

Video: Engineering an end to climate change

By Alister Doyle (Reuters) | 26 July 2017 Geo-engineering an end to climate change is often dismissed as risky, costly, perhaps impossible. But Climeworks in Switzerland has got beyond the research […]

3 Aug 2017

Protein risk for millions from rising CO2 emissions – study

By Alex Whiting (Thomson Reuters Foundation) | 3 August 2017 ROME – About 150 million people risk a significant loss of protein if carbon dioxide emissions continue to rise, leaving children in […]

3 Aug 2017

U.S. EPA reverses decision to delay smog rule after lawsuits

By Richard Valdmanis (Reuters) | 3 August 2017 WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reversed a decision to delay an Obama-era rule requiring states to curb smog-causing emissions, one […]

3 Aug 2017

Hydro-powered smelters charge premium prices for ‘green’ aluminum

By Peter Hobson (Reuters) | 2 August 2017 LONDON – Producers of “green” aluminum – made using renewable energy rather than fossil fuels – are starting to charge premium prices thanks to […]

3 Aug 2017

Logging in ancient forest would affect rule-of-law process against Poland: EU

By Jan Strupczewski and Agnieszka Barteczko (Reuters) | 2 August 2017 BRUSSELS – Logging in Poland’s Bialowieza primeval forest would add to arguments against Warsaw in the European Union’s investigation on whether Poland is […]

3 Aug 2017

Boosting resilience to modern-day threats – what is it worth?

By Megan Rowling (Thomson Reuters Foundation) | 2 August 2017 BARCELONA – From protecting coastal towns against storms and rising seas, to helping poor farmers grow new crops, projects that equip people […]

2 Aug 2017

Youth Perspective: Calder High School Writing Competition – Isobel Kendrick

2 August 2017 This is part of a green writing competition Thomson Reuters held with Calder High School in Yorkshire, UK. Here is Isobel Kendrick’s poem on flooding. Isobel Kendrick – […]

2 Aug 2017

BP in talks with electric carmakers on service station chargers

By Karolin Schaps and Ron Bousso (Reuters) | 1 August 2017 LONDON  – BP (BP.L) is in talks with electric vehicle makers on partnering to offer battery re-charging docks at […]

1 Aug 2017

Panel beaters: Australia utilities branch out as customers shift to solar

By Sonali Paul (Reuters) | 1 August 2017 MELBOURNE – Australia’s power utilities and grid operators, under threat from the world’s fastest take-up of home solar panels, are rushing to […]

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