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7 Feb 2017

Armed with smartphones, Cameroon forest defenders take on illegal loggers

By Elias Ntungwe Nagalame | February 7 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) In an innovative push to combat illegal logging and the corruption that enables it, community volunteers in Cameroon are being […]

7 Feb 2017

Faced with blackouts, Pakistan’s largest public park goes solar

By Saleem Shaikh and Sughra Tunio | February 7 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Mushtaq Khan, a 48-year-old bank manager, used to enjoy his nightly jog in Islamabad’s huge Fatima Jinnah Park […]

7 Feb 2017

Sweden sets goal to phase out greenhouse gas emissions by 2045

By Alister Doyle | February 7 2017 (Reuters)  Sweden set a goal on Thursday of phasing out greenhouse gas emissions by 2045, among the most ambitious by any developed nation […]

6 Feb 2017

Chile’s forest fires will cost government $333 million, minister says

By Anthony Esposito | February 6 2017 (Reuters) Chile’s massive forest fires that have killed 11 people and destroyed nearly 1,500 homes will cost the government $333 million dollars, Finance Minister […]

6 Feb 2017

Plastic bags found clogging stomach of dead whale in Norway

By Patrick Johnston | February 6 2017 (Reuters) Around 30 plastic bags were found clogging up the stomach of a 20 foot (6 meter) whale that was put down in […]

6 Feb 2017

From recycling to #MadeinDakar, Senegal’s capital maps route to resilience

By Nellie Peyton | February 6 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Senegal’s capital Dakar aims to boost its ability to weather floods, disease, unemployment and other shocks through a wide-reaching strategy for […]

6 Feb 2017

After 16 attempts, a cheaper method for carbon capture at work in India

By Rina Chandran | February 6 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) As students at the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur in eastern India, Aniruddha Sharma and Prateek Bumb had one […]

2 Feb 2017

Faced with U.S. retreat on climate change, EU looks to China

By Alissa de Carbonnel | January 2 2017 (Reuters) Faced with a U.S. retreat from international efforts to tackle climate change, European Union officials are looking to China, fearing a leadership […]

30 Jan 2017

EPA confirms White House freeze on grants, contracts ends Friday

By Timothy Gardner | January 30 2017 (Reuters) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said that a freeze handed down by President Donald Trump’s White House on new contracts and grants that […]

30 Jan 2017

Putin’s Russia in biggest Arctic military push since Soviet fall

By Andrew Osborn | January 30 2017 (Reuters) The nuclear icebreaker Lenin, the pride and joy of the Soviet Union’s Arctic great game, lies at perpetual anchor in the frigid water here. […]

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