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A soldier keeps watch in Nyabibwe, a mining town in South Kivu where a traceability project is underway, October 31, 2012. Eastern Congo has been mired in violence since the 1990s, as battles over ethnicity and resources saw neighbouring countries invade, armed groups spring up and the country's own army turning on the civilian population. A so-called "conflict-free tin initiative" seeking to revive the legal trade in minerals has been set up by UK based industry body ITRI, which is currently the only traceability programme operating in Rwanda, and Congo's more stable Katanga province. Now, with international backers including the U.S. and the Netherlands, a tagging project has been launched for the first time in the Kivus, the two Congolese provinces which have borne the brunt of the violence and have been the source of most of the region's conflict minerals. Picture taken October 31, 2012. To match story CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/MINING.Credit: REUTERS

17 Jun 2016

European Union reaches outline deal to stem flow of conflict minerals

By Barbara Lewis (Reuters) | 15 June 2016 BRUSSELS – The European Union on Wednesday agreed an outline deal on a law to clean up the commodities supply chain, so […]

A sign is seen at the entrance of the Exxonmobil Port Allen Lubricants Plant in Port Allen, Louisiana, November 6, 2015. REUTERS/Lee Celano

16 Jun 2016

Exxon asks U.S. court to throw out subpoena in climate change inquiry

By Terry Wade (Reuters) | 15 June 2016 HOUSTON – Exxon Mobil Corp asked a federal court on Wednesday to throw out a subpoena that would force the oil company […]

The downtown Los Angeles skyline is seen with a clear sky from the 110 freeway. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

15 Jun 2016

California’s landmark cap and trade program faces uncertain future

By Rory Carroll (Reuters) | 15 June 2016 California’s greenhouse gas reduction program is in a battle for its life, and uncertainty about its future has spooked buyers of its […]

French President Francois Hollande delivers a speech during the ratification ceremony for the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France. REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen

15 Jun 2016

France ratifies Paris climate agreement

By Jean-Baptiste Vey (Reuters) | 15 June 2016 President Francois Hollande on Wednesday signed a bill formally ratifying the Paris climate agreement reached last December by nearly 200 countries to […]

A pair of hippos swim in the waters of St Lucia estuary, South Africa, April 12, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings/File Photo

14 Jun 2016

Zambia halts hippo culling after protests by animal rights activists

By Chris Mfula (Reuters) | 14 June 2016 Zambian wildlife authorities said on Tuesday they had suspended the controlled slaughter of up to 2,000 hippos over the next five years […]

Flint, Michigan Mayor Karen Weaver awaits to testify before the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee on the Flint lead water crisis in Washington February 10, 2016. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

14 Jun 2016

Mayor of Flint, Michigan did not violate ethics amid water crisis: attorney

By Justin Madden (Reuters) | 14 June 2016 The mayor of Flint, Michigan, did not redirect donations to her personal campaign from a charity meant to help families hurt by […]

Spring flowers bloom in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington March 29, 2016. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

13 Jun 2016

U.S. top court rejects challenge to Obama mercury air pollution rule

By Lawrence Hurley (Reuters) | 13 June 2016 The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let stand a lower-court ruling that left in place Obama administration environmental regulations limiting power plant […]

The Irving Oil refinery is photographed at sunset on in Saint John, New Brunswick, March 9, 2014. REUTERS/Devaan Ingraham

10 Jun 2016

Exclusive: Irving Oil dust pollution exceeded limits in Canadian city

By Dave Sherwood (Reuters) | 10 June 2016 Irving Oil’s refinery in the Canadian province of New Brunswick spewed an excessive amount of ash-like catalyst into the surrounding city of […]

European Union flags flutter outside the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels February 2, 2015.   REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

10 Jun 2016

European ruling on olive tree cull sparks fear in Italy

By Vincenzo Damiani and Isla Binnie (Reuters) | 10 June 2016 European countries can be forced to cull olive trees to stop the spread of a deadly bacterium, the European Union […]

The slogan "No Plan B" is projected on the Eiffel Tower as part of the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) in Paris, France, December 11, 2015. REUTERS/Charles Platiau

10 Jun 2016

France to formally ratify Paris climate accord on June 15 – Minister

By Bate Felix (Reuters) | 10 June 2016 President Francois Hollande will formally sign the Paris climate agreement on Wednesday, June 15, making France the first industrialized nation to ratify […]

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