Collection of RSS News Feeds

+ What is an RSS feed?

Current feed - Reuters: Environment

U.S. must fix relations with China to combat climate change - Michael Bloomberg
A future U.S. government will have to rebuild relations with China to revive international efforts to combat climate change, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is running for president, said on Tuesday.

Factbox: Global schemes putting a price on carbon emissions
The role of carbon markets and putting a price on emissions blamed for climate change is one of the major negotiating points at this year's U.N. climate talks in Madrid.

Madrid climate negotiators seek to break deadlock on role of carbon markets
Negotiations on how carbon markets can be used by countries to meet their global warming goals under the Paris accord go down to the wire this week as United Nations climate talks enter their final days in Madrid.

South African mines grind to halt as floods deepen power crisis
Mines across South Africa shut down on Tuesday after flash flooding triggered the most severe power blackouts in more than a decade, threatening a key export sector in a further blow to the country's already slowing economy.

Kenya's coffee crop nosedives due to high temperatures, low prices
Kenya's farmers are grubbing up their coffee bushes to plant other crops as low prices and climate change drive small growers to the brink of collapse.

Germany offers help to coal operators hit by climate package
Germany will allow operators of coal power stations to keep their existing carbon emissions certificates after the units have been shut down, part of a compromise designed to reduce the cost to generators of a climate change package.

Exxon Mobil scores win in New York climate change lawsuit
Exxon Mobil Corp won a major victory in a closely-watched lawsuit on Tuesday when a judge ruled that the company did not defraud investors out of up to $1.6 billion by hiding the true cost of climate change regulation.

Exxon wins climate change lawsuit, as cases over global warming proliferate
Exxon Mobil Corp on Tuesday scored a win in a closely-watched case after a judge ruled that the company did not hide the true cost of climate change regulation from investors.

Questions mount over tours to deadly New Zealand volcano
Tourists caught in the deadly blast at New Zealand's White Island were there despite a recent increase in volcanic activity, although experts said precise predictions on eruptions were all but impossible.

Brazil's Bolsonaro calls activist Thunberg a 'brat'
Brazil's right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro called Swedish climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg a "brat" on Tuesday after she criticized mounting violence against indigenous people in which two Amazon tribesmen were shot dead three days ago.


Share on Facebook Tweet about this on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on StumbleUpon Share on LinkedIn Share on Reddit pinterest Email this to someone