COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Hundreds of protesters marched on Wednesday toward a Copenhagen conference center where delegates were discussing a global climate pact, and a spokesman said they planned to break through a police cordon.
HONG KONG (Reuters) – China’s Standardization Administration said on Wednesday it has suspended some requirements that could have restricted the use and production of electric bicycles in the country.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Ministers strived to break a deadlock in global climate talks on Tuesday, three days before world leaders are meant to agree a new U.N. pact aimed at averting dangerous climate change.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s top aides promised on Wednesday “robust” negotiations toward a global climate change deal this month, but firmly stated the United States does not owe the world “reparations” for centuries of carbon pollution.
CHICAGO (Reuters) – The waterway that allows invasive Asian carp into the Great Lakes should be closed, Michigan’s attorney general said on Monday as the state prepared a lawsuit to protect its fishing and tourism industries.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – As the U.S. Congress fights over legislation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming, the Obama administration is considering a series of regulations that also would cut such pollutants.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – China, Brazil, South Africa and India want a global climate treaty wrapped up by June 2010, according to a joint draft document prepared for the Copenhagen climate summit which opened on Monday.
BEIJING (Reuters) – China will insist the main principles of the Kyoto Protocol are retained in any new global climate change pact, even though others are seeking to abandon them, a high-ranking climate official on Saturday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States on Thursday sought formal talks with Mexico to settle a spat between the neighbors over which international body should hear a complaint about “dolphin-safe” tuna.
BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) – Low-carbon farming can both curb climate change and boost food output in developing nations and so must be rewarded under a global climate deal due in December, the U.N.’s food agency said on Thursday.