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Germany seeks to boost renewable energy and cut Russian imports.

BERLIN Germany: The German government unveiled a major package of reforms. To boost the production of renewable power, and meet its climate goals. And...

Asia’s US$350bil gas projects intensify the clean energy debate.

SINGAPORE: Asia is pumping billions of dollars into new gas infrastructure. Making the region pivotal in a debate over the role of fossil fuels...

Fire and Rain: West to get more one-two extreme climate hits.

The one-two punch of nasty wildfires followed by heavy downpours triggering flooding and mudslides will strike the U.S. West far more often in a...

Greenhouse gas emissions rose in Rhode Island.

While Rhode Island is trying to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and set an example for other states environmental officials said Friday that emissions were...

Activists stage global climate protest, slam Ukraine war.

Berlin Germany: Climate activists staged the 10th series of worldwide protests. To demand that leaders take stronger action against global warming. With some linking...

UN chief: Don’t let Russia crisis fuel climate destruction.

BERLIN Germany: Countries scrambling to replace Russian oil, gas, and coal supplies with any available alternative. May fuel the world’s “mutually assured destruction” through...

Nestle boosts reforestation in Americas to reduce carbon footprint

Swiss food giant Nestle S.A. has vowed to plant at least three million trees in Mexico and Brazil by next year as part of its reforestation initiative to help combat climate change. This serves as the first phase of the company’s plan to boost agricultural and environmental actions for the attainment of carbon neutrality by 2050. […]

Norwegian oil giant cancels plan to drill in Great Australian Bight

Equinor, a Norwegian multinational energy company, announced that it has abandoned its plan to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight for reasons that it is “not commercially competitive.” The oil and gas giant was given a green light to start its exploratory drills, at a depth of 2.5 kilometers in South Australia’s coastline, […]

Malaysian companies urged to reduce plastic use to clean oceans

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is urging the Malaysian government to work with companies to immediately come up with effective measures to...

Philippines reopens businesses closed due to Taal volcano’s eruption

A week after Philippines’ Taal Volcano became active and spewed ashfall in several regions, lawmakers have finally allowed businesses in some affected areas,...