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A VW sign is seen outside a Volkswagen dealership in London, Britain November 5, 2015.   REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett/File photo

14 Mar 2017

Volkswagen pleads guilty in U.S. court in diesel emissions scandal

By Nick Carey and David Shepardson | March 14 2017 (Reuters) Volkswagen AG pleaded guilty on Friday to fraud, obstruction of justice and falsifying statements as part of a $4.3 […]

A truck arrives to ferry excavated gold, copper and zinc ore from the main mining pit at the Bisha Mining Share Company, northwest of Eritrea's capital Asmara, February 17, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

23 Feb 2017

Philippine minister stands by call to shut mines as review begins

By Manolo Serapio Jr | February 23 2017 The Philippines’ environment minister said on Monday she stands by her decision to shut more than half the country’s operating mines and bar […]

A bus crosses Waterloo bridge in front of the Houses of Parliament during a misty morning in London April 13, 2012.   REUTERS/Luke MacGregor  (BRITAIN - Tags: CITYSPACE POLITICS TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT)

20 Feb 2017

London to introduce vehicle pollution tax from October

By Ritvik Carvalho | February 20 2017 (Reuters) London will introduce a charge on the oldest and most polluting vehicles from October in a new effort to improve air quality, […]

A corn field is seen at the town of Estacion Islas in Buenos Aires province, November 25, 2012. The rains of late last week helped maintain a good level of moisture in Argentina's main crop belt, though some areas are still under water despite the dry weather of recent days, a meteorologist said Tuesday. Many analysts expect record production of soybeans and corn in the marketing year 2012/13 in Argentina, one of the world's biggest food exporters, thanks to good rains linked to the El Nino climate phenomenon. But the extensive rainfall that began in August also brought flooding that has forced some farmers to abandon their sowing plans in the most affected regions. Picture taken November 25, 2012.Credit: REUTERS

17 Feb 2017

Brazil pushes on with plan to open farmland sales to foreigners

By Chris Arsenault | February 17 2017 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Brazil says it is pushing ahead with plans to change the law and let foreigners buy farmland, in a move widely […]

Graduates from the law school hold up gavels in celebration during their commencement at Harvard University in Cambridge

16 Feb 2017

DuPont settles lawsuits over leak of chemical used to make Teflon

By Arathy S Nair | February 16 2017 DuPont and Chemours Co have agreed to pay $671 million in cash to settle thousands of lawsuits involving a leak of a toxic […]

Tourists stand in front of huts that form part of the Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort where a turtle digs for food amongst the coral in the island's lagoon, north-east of the town of Bundaberg in Queensland, Australia, June 9, 2015. UNESCO World Heritage delegates recently snorkelled on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, thousands of coral reefs, which stretch over 2,000 km off the northeast coast. Surrounded by manta rays, dolphins and reef sharks, their mission was to check the health of the world's largest living ecosystem, which brings in billions of dollars a year in tourism. Some coral has been badly damaged and animal species, including dugong and large green turtles, are threatened. UNESCO will say on Wednesday whether it will place the reef on a list of endangered World Heritage sites, a move the Australian government wants to avoid at all costs, having lobbied hard overseas. Earlier this year, UNESCO said the reef's outlook was "poor". REUTERS/David Gray TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY


8 Feb 2017

Australia probes coal spill near Great Barrier Reef

By James Regan | February 8 2017 (Reuters) Coal has washed up in waters dangerously close to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, environmental authorities said on Wednesday, following an investigation into complaints […]

Experts work to remove toxic waste at a contaminated site near Akuedo village, Ivory Coast. Photograph: Legnan Koula/EPA

6 Feb 2017

Hungary court orders retrial in toxic red sludge case

By Krisztina Than | February 6 2017 (Reuters) A Hungarian court ordered a retrial on Monday over the spill of toxic red sludge in 2010 that killed 10 people in […]

Palestinian fishermen are reflected in wastewater as they prepare their boat on a beach in the central Gaza Strip June 26, 2014. Palestinian Environment Quality Authority said in a statement the pollution of the seawater has gone beyond 50 percent. The lack of enough fuel to operate sewage treating facilities forced them to send wastewater into the sea. It warned it could close some beaches unless crisis is eased. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

30 Jan 2017

China auditor says 17.6 billion yuan of funds to fight water pollution misused: Xinhua

By Elias Glenn | January 30 2017 (Reuters) China’s audit office found that 17.6 billion yuan ($2.56 billion) earmarked for water pollution prevention work in 2016 was not effectively used, Xinhua reported […]

Political dissident Nguyen Quang A (C) holds a sign which reads "Formasa - damaged the environment and is a criminal" during a protest in Hanoi, Vietnam May 1, 2016 against a unit of Taiwan’s Formosa Plastics, a firm they blame for causing an environmental disaster and the death of large numbers of fish in central coast provinces in April. A government investigation into the fish deaths is underway but its preliminary probe found no links to Formosa's $10.6 billion coastal steel plant in Ha Tinh province. REUTERS/Kham

26 Jan 2017

Vietnam punishes four officials over Formosa environmental disaster

By Mai Nguyen | January 26 2017 (Reuters) Vietnam said on Thursday it would punish four officials over one of its worst environmental disasters, caused by a unit of Taiwan conglomerate […]

Employees work inside a garment factory in Mumbai, India, June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

21 Jan 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: The human cost of the global fashion industry

20 January 2017 The internationally bestselling, award-winning author of four novels, Corban Addison writes large-canvas stories about issues of global injustice that combine the authenticity and on-the-ground research of investigative […]

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