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27 Jul 2017

Danish fund to track CO2, may exclude some firms from portfolio

By Teis Jensen (Reuters) | 26 July 2017 COPENHAGEN – Denmark’s biggest commercial pension fund will soon track carbon emissions by companies it invests in, and exclude those it finds […]

27 Jul 2017

Scientists dim sunlight, suck up carbon dioxide to cool planet

Alister Doyle (Reuters)  | 26 July 2017 OSLO – Scientists are sucking carbon dioxide from the air with giant fans and preparing to release chemicals from a balloon to dim […]

26 Jul 2017

Youth Perspective: Calder High School Writing Competition – Isla Lee-Grant

1 August 2017 This is part of a green writing competition Thomson Reuters held with Calder High School in Yorkshire, UK. Here is Isla Lee-Grant’s fictional piece on someone’s harrowing […]

26 Jul 2017

Youth Perspective: Calder High School Writing Competition – Fig Latimer

31 July 2017 This is part of a green writing competition Thomson Reuters held with Calder High School in Yorkshire, UK. Here is Fig Latimer’s piece on creative ways to […]

26 Jul 2017

EU top court rules against ArcerlorMittal carbon challenge

By Michele Sinner (Reuters) | 26 July 2017 LUXEMBOURG – The European Court of Justice on Wednesday ruled against steelmaker ArcelorMittal’s challenge against how the European Union allocates free carbon […]

21 Jul 2017

China seen making 25 percent more solar panels in 2017

By Muyu Xu (Reuters) | 20 July 2017 BEIJING – China’s solar industry is expected to produce 25 percent more panels in 2017 than last year, supported by domestic sales […]

21 Jul 2017

Five lawsuits aim to get Texas to enforce air quality laws

By Emily Flitter (Reuters) | 20 July 2017 NEW YORK – Green groups sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday to force Texas to toughen its stance on air […]

21 Jul 2017

Paying Uganda farmers not to cut down trees halved deforestation – study

By Ben Seabrook (Thomson Reuters Foundation) | 20 July 2017 LONDON – Paying Ugandan farmers not to chop down trees cut deforestation in half and was almost 50 times more […]

21 Jul 2017

Countries awarded for combating crisis of desertification

By Matthew Ponsford (Thomson Reuters Foundation) | 20 July 2017 LONDON – Six countries that are tackling the “silent, invisible crisis” of land erosion were chosen by the United Nations […]

19 Jul 2017

Beijing aims to curb city’s use of coal by 2020

By Muyu Xu (Reuters) | 19 July 2017 BEIJING – China’s capital city Beijing is aiming to cut its coal consumption to below 5 million tonnes by 2020 and limit […]

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