COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Denmark’s Vestas, the world’s biggest manufacturer of wind turbines, said on Wednesday it won an order for 24 turbines for the Andalusia region in Spain.
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand on Tuesday approved regulations on health and environment assessments for industrial projects, a step toward allowing suspended operations to go ahead at the world’s eighth-biggest petrochemical hub.
LONDON (Reuters) – The planet would be better off if the forthcoming Copenhagen climate change talks ended in collapse, according to a leading U.S. scientist who helped alert the world to dangers of global warming.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Makers of washing machines and detergents should agree to cut carbon emissions from clothes washing by 80 percent in five to 10 years, the head of the world’s biggest maker of industrial enzymes said on Monday.
PORT OF SPAIN (Reuters) – Commonwealth nations representing one-third of the world’s population threw their weight on Saturday behind accelerating efforts to clinch an “operationally binding” U.N. climate deal in Copenhagen next month.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and U.S. President Barack Obama will discuss next week issues including Afghanistan and climate change, the White House said on Friday.
WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) – The United States gave a guarded welcome on Friday to China’s first firm targets to curb its carbon emissions, saying the world would watch progress by the world’s top greenhouse gas emitter.
PORT OF SPAIN (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Gordon Brown called Friday for the creation of a $10 billion a year fund to help developing countries battle climate change.
LONDON (Reuters) – Only one fifth of the world’s forests remain but an area bigger than Canada could be restored without harming food production, a global alliance dedicated to restoring forests said on Thursday.