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2201. U.S. EPA waives fuel requirements, extends biofuels deadline to help refineries
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday unveiled measures to help oil refineries cope with fallout from the coronavirus outbreak, including waiving anti-smog requirements for gasoline and extending the deadline for small facilities to show comp
16:11 27.03.2020
2200. Air pollution plunges in European cities amid coronavirus lockdown: satellite data
Air pollution from nitrogen dioxide has fallen by an estimated 40% in three European cities, according to new satellite data released by the European Space Agency (ESA), coinciding with a widespread lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
13:14 27.03.2020
2199. Equinor to quit U.S. lobby group over climate policy
Equinor will leave industry the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) lobby group over a disagreement on climate policy, the energy producer said on Friday.
12:26 27.03.2020
2198. World's worst air adds to Serbian capital's coronavirus woes
Belgrade"s residents on Friday isolated themselves not only from coronavirus but also from acrid smoke, which defied strong winds to transform the Serbian capital into the city with the world"s most polluted air.
11:39 27.03.2020
2197. EU leaders agree to consider climate in coronavirus recovery plan
European Union leaders have agreed that the bloc"s coronavirus economic recovery plan should take heed of its aim to fight climate change.
09:32 27.03.2020
2196. Exclusive: Brazil scales back environmental enforcement amid coronavirus
Brazil will cut back on efforts to fight environmental crimes during the coronavirus outbreak, an official at environmental agency Ibama told Reuters, despite concerns that reduced protection could lead to a spike in deforestation.
09:09 27.03.2020
2195. Nestle says cuts deforestation in its cocoa supply chain
Nestle, the world"s biggest food company, says it has made significant progress removing cocoa produced in protected forests in West Africa from its supply chain as pressure builds from consumers and governments for ethically sourced cocoa.
08:19 27.03.2020
2194. BP, activist shareholder to jointly draft climate resolution
An activist group has withdrawn a shareholder resolution urging BP to adhere to the Paris climate agreement after the oil and gas company agreed to work together on a joint resolution.
07:16 27.03.2020
2193. Turkey holds first tender related to Istanbul canal project
Turkey held its first tender on Thursday to prepare to build a huge canal on the edge of Istanbul, a Transport Ministry spokesman said, signaling progress on the project despite widespread criticism over its cost and environmental impact.
04:35 27.03.2020
2192. U.S. EPA considers delaying compliance deadline for biofuels law
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering whether to delay the deadline for oil refineries to comply with the nation"s biofuel regulation past March 31, to help the industry cope with fallout from the coronavirus, agency chief Andrew Whee
22:14 26.03.2020
2191. Trump administration eases environmental enforcement during outbreak
The Trump administration has decided to ease enforcement of environmental regulations covering polluting industries to help them cope with impacts from the coronavirus outbreak, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Thursday.
22:14 26.03.2020
2190. California sets goal to double clean energy by 2030
California on Thursday adopted a new emissions target for its electric sector that would double the state"s clean energy capacity over the next decade and close the door to development of new natural gas plants, but green groups said the goal was not a
22:13 26.03.2020
2189. U.S. EPA to announce decision on seasonal fuel waivers as soon as Friday
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said it would decide as soon as Friday whether to allow sales of winter-grade gasoline into the spring and summer to help the fuel industry deal with a massive supply glut, after a source said several states alread
18:29 26.03.2020
2188. EU sticks to carbon deadlines despite coronavirus delay calls
A European Union deadline of April 30 for firms to surrender emissions trading system (ETS) carbon allowances will stand, despite calls for extensions from some industry groups due to the coronavirus pandemic.
14:45 26.03.2020
2187. Magnitude 6.0 earthquake hits 196 km SE of Budta, Philippines: EMSC
An earthquake of 6.0 magnitude struck 196 kilometres southeast of Budta, Philippines, the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre said on Thursday.
12:02 26.03.2020
2186. Italy's A2A to cut carbon emissions 46% by 2030
Italy"s biggest regional utility A2A said on Thursday it planned to beef up its climate targets by cutting its carbon emissions 46% over the next ten years.
10:16 26.03.2020
2185. Bindi Irwin ties knot ahead of Australian clampdown on weddings
Bindi Irwin, daughter of the late "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin, wed on Wednesday at her family"s Australia Zoo, in an event that spurred online protest as it came just hours before a ban on ceremonies with more than two witnesses took effect.
21:13 25.03.2020
2184. Global coal plant development fell for fourth year running in 2019: research
Global coal power plant development declined for the fourth year running in 2019, while a total of 13 gigawatts (GW) of capacity construction has been delayed so far this year due to the coronavirus, research by environmental organizations shows.
20:12 25.03.2020
2183. U.S. court orders full environmental review of Dakota Access pipeline
A federal court on Wednesday ordered the Trump administration to conduct a full environmental review of a controversial segment of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a longstanding focal point of tribal and environmental activism.
17:10 25.03.2020
2182. U.S. wind, solar industries plead for tax credit 'tweaks' to keep projects alive during virus outbreak
Wind and solar companies, facing project delays that threaten their ability to tap lucrative green energy subsidies, are pleading with lawmakers for help after not being included in the $2 trillion U.S. coronavirus stimulus package.
15:50 25.03.2020
2181. Australian bushfires death toll rises to four, Karratha blaze being monitored
A man"s body has been found in burnt-out bushland in New South Wales (NSW) state, taking the death toll from bushfires that have swept across Australia"s east coast to four, police said on Thursday.
21:52 13.11.2019
2180. China Sinopec plans 100-barge fleet to ship cleaner marine fuel: source
China"s Sinopec Corp plans to build a fleet of 100 barges over the next three years to supply marine fuel compliant with new global emission standards, said a Chinese shipping executive with direct knowledge of the matter.
21:31 13.11.2019
2179. Tipping the scales? Briton develops fish waste 'plastic'
A 23-year-old Briton has cooked up a compostable compound she hopes will one day replace much single-use plastic - and its main ingredient is byproducts of the fishing industry.
20:56 13.11.2019
2178. Climate change exposes future generations to life-long health harm
A child born today faces multiple and life-long health harms from climate change - growing up in a warmer world with risks of food shortages, infectious diseases, floods and extreme heat, a major global study has found.
18:37 13.11.2019
2177. Climate change blamed as floods overwhelm Venice, swamping basilica and squares
Venice"s mayor declared a state of emergency on Wednesday after "apocalyptic" floods swept through the lagoon city, flooding its historic basilica and inundating squares and centuries-old buildings.
18:10 13.11.2019
2176. Greta Thunberg sets sail for Spain ahead of climate summit
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg set off for Spain from Virginia aboard a catamaran on Wednesday, after an 11-week tour of North America to demand action on climate change that included an impassioned speech at a summit of the United Nations.
17:06 13.11.2019
2175. Sweden's central bank sells off bonds from Canadian province over climate concerns
Sweden"s central bank said on Wednesday it had sold off bonds from the oil-rich Canadian province of Alberta and parts of Australia because it felt that greenhouse gas emissions in both countries were too high.
16:01 13.11.2019
2174. African swine fever in China more severe than previously thought: ADM CFO
China"s African swine fever outbreak is far more severe than previously thought and the full impact of the disease on animal feed producers has yet to be realized, U.S. agribusiness company Archer Daniels Midland Co said on Wednesday.
13:44 13.11.2019
2173. Chicago's cold blast spells concern for the city's homeless
Homeless advocates in Chicago were closely monitoring wind chill temperatures on Tuesday as an early season blast of arctic air swept across the eastern two-thirds of the United States.
13:32 13.11.2019
2172. Venice still waiting for Moses to hold back the seas
If everything had gone according to plan, Tuesday"s high tide should never have reached the lagoon city of Venice, let alone flood its basilica, submerge its squares and inundate its historic palaces.
13:23 13.11.2019
2171. China's huge mysterious extinct ape 'Giganto' was an orangutan cousin
Genetic material extracted from a 1.9 million-year-old fossil tooth from southern China shows that the world"s largest-known ape - an extinct creature dubbed "Giganto" that once inhabited Southeast Asia - was an oversized cousin of today"s orangutan
13:21 13.11.2019
2170. UK's Johnson shouted at during visit to flood-hit area
Two onlookers shouted at Britain"s Prime Minister Boris Johnson when he observed relief efforts in a flood-hit district of northern England on Wednesday, several days after the worst of the flooding.
12:22 13.11.2019
2169. Court rebukes India government as poisonous smog chokes Delhi
India"s top court censured the federal government for its inaction in fighting pollution on Wednesday, as poisonous smog choked the streets of the capital New Delhi forcing schools to shut and half of vehicles to be banned from the streets.
11:09 13.11.2019
2168. Malawi receives 17 black rhinos from South Africa
Seventeen black rhinos have been released into Malawi"s Liwonde national park after arriving from South Africa as part of conservation efforts aimed at keeping the local population of the endangered species healthy and safe.
10:05 13.11.2019
2167. Australians ordered to flee flames as fires rage in east and west
Australian officials on Wednesday ordered residents and tourists to get out of the way of fast-approaching flames as firefighters struggled to contain more than 150 bushfires raging on both the east and west coasts.
10:01 13.11.2019
2166. Massive mural of Greta Thunberg stares down at San Francisco
A massive portrait of Greta Thunberg gazed down onto San Francisco on Tuesday night after an artist unveiled a mural of the Swedish teen activist in a bid to remind residents of the dangers posed by climate change.
08:49 13.11.2019
2165. Southeast Asian countries need tougher plastic policies to curb pollution: U.N.
Southeast Asian countries, among the world"s worst ocean polluters, need tougher regulations for plastic packaging to curb leakage, a United Nations report said on Wednesday.
08:41 13.11.2019
2164. Mayor of Venice sees hundreds of millions of euros of flood damage
The financial cost of severe flooding in Venice is likely to run to hundreds of millions of euros, Mayor Luigi Brugnaro said on Wednesday, while a senior cleric said the city"s historic Saint Mark"s Basilica risked "irreparable" harm.
08:26 13.11.2019
2163. Netherlands cuts speed limit to reduce nitrogen pollution
The Netherlands will cut its nationwide speed limit to a maximum 100 km per hour (62 mph) as part of a package of emergency measures intended to reduce nitrogen pollution, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Wednesday.
08:02 13.11.2019
2162. Zimbabwe bans new electric water heaters to save energy
Zimbabwe is banning the installation of new electric water heaters in a bid to save power, energy regulations published on Wednesday showed, at a time when the country is enduring rolling blackouts lasting up to 18 hours a day.
07:15 13.11.2019

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