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27 Mar 2017

Germany increases electric car charging points 27 percent in 2016

By Vera Eckert | March 27 2017 (Reuters) The number of electric car charging points for public use in Germany rose by 27 percent last year, including hundreds more fast-charging […]

27 Mar 2017

Stop treating oceans as ‘waste swimming pool’: U.N.’s FAO chief

By Alister Doyle  March 27 2017 (Reuters) The world must stop treating the oceans as a “waste swimming pool” for pollution, a senior U.N. official said on Friday at the […]

27 Mar 2017

Lights go out around the world for 10th Earth Hour

By Peter Gosnell | March 27 2016 (Reuters) The lights are being switched off around the world at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday evening, to mark the 10th annual Earth Hour, and […]

23 Mar 2017

Indonesia finds extensive reef damage after cruise ship runs aground

By Kanupriya Kapoor | March 23 2017 (Reuters) A British-flagged cruise ship damaged more than 18,000 square meters (4.4 acres) of coral when it ran aground in waters popular with […]

23 Mar 2017

China blames climate change for record sea levels

By David Stanway | March 23 2017 (Reuters) Chinese coastal sea levels hit record highs in 2016, driven by climate change as well as El Nino and La Nina events, […]

23 Mar 2017

Business leaders urge G20 to put climate change back on agenda

By Gernot Heller and Michael Nienaber | March 23 2017 (Reuters) Business executives and scientists on Tuesday urged the world’s leading economies to put global warming back on the G20 agenda […]

21 Mar 2017

Mexico meeting to bring world together on disaster prevention

By Robert Glasser & Luis Felipe Puente | March 21 2017 * Any views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. Two years […]

21 Mar 2017

FEATURE-Caribbean islands count on coral to build up coastal resilience

By Sophie Hares | March 21 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Twice a week, fisherman Romould Compton puts on scuba gear to dive to the seabed and clean tiny elkhorns growing in […]

21 Mar 2017

From spring’s start to sea heat, data tells tale of climate action

By J.D. Capelouto | March 21 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Advances in using indicators to track everything from sea surface temperatures to maternal mortality are helping better determine whether progress is […]

20 Mar 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Three ways to invest towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

By James Gifford, Senior Impact Investing Strategist at UBS Wealth Management, and Nicole Neghaiwi, Impact Investing Strategist at UBS Wealth Management | 20 March 2017 At the World Economic Forum […]

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