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9 Jun 2017

Facebook launches disaster maps to help aid workers save lives

By Magdalena Mis (Thomson Reuters Foundation)  | 7 June 2017 LONDON, Facebook on Wednesday launched disaster maps – an initiative aimed at helping humanitarian organisations save lives in emergencies. “When […]

9 Jun 2017

Plastic to outweigh fish in the sea if waste keeps flowing

By Adela Suliman (Thomson Reuters Foundation) | 8 June 2016 LONDON, Fresh from a gruelling sea journey of more than seven hours negotiating 24 miles (38.6 km) of the world’s […]

9 Jun 2017

India’s first solar satellite television service brings ‘magic’ to villages

By Nita Bhalla  (Thomson Reuters Foundation) | 8 June 2016 NEW DELHI, An Indian social business has launched the country’s first solar satellite television service, bringing clean energy powered entertainment […]

9 Jun 2017

Faced with more drought, Zimbabwe’s farmers hang up their ploughs

By Busani Bafana Thomson Reuters Foundation | 9 June 2017 MUREHWA, Zimbabwe, Preparing his three-hectare plot of land for planting each year used to take Musafare Chiweshe – or the labourers […]

8 Jun 2017

Hawaii enacts law committing to goals of Paris climate accord

By Tom James (Reuters) | 7 June 2017 Hawaii has become the first U.S. state to enact legislation to bring its environmental standards in line with the Paris climate accord, officials said on […]

8 Jun 2017

Australia energy review could pave way to policy compromise, keep lights on

By Sonali Paul (Reuters) | 8 June 2017 A highly-anticipated review of Australia’s energy security is set for release on Friday amid hopes it will pave the way to ending […]

8 Jun 2017

France launches website to lure foreign brainpower on climate change

By Michel Rose (Reuters) | 8 June 2017 The French presidency launched on Thursday a website to lure international scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to France following U.S. President Donald Trump’s […]

8 Jun 2017

California, Tsinghua to set up U.S.-China climate change institute

8 June 2017 (Reuters) The state of California and China’s Tsinghua University will establish a U.S.-China Climate Change Institute to cooperate on technology and research in the battle against global […]

8 Jun 2017

Exclusive: Norway’s $960 billion fund wants banks to disclose carbon footprint of loans

By Gwladys Fouche | 2 June 2017 (Reuters) Norway’s $960 billion sovereign wealth fund will ask the banks in which it has invested to disclose how their lending contributes to […]

5 Jun 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Connecting nature, people and climate

By Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Canada | 5 June 2017 We had to keep our voices low. In the distance – a few hundred meters from […]

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