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) – Britain accused China and a handful of others on Monday of holding the world to ransom by blocking a legal treaty to fight global warming as countries traded blame for the deadlock in Copenhagen.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – World leaders worked through the early hours to try and beat a Friday deadline for a deal on cutting emissions and helping poor countries cope with the costly impact of global warming.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States is making progress with China on outstanding issues overshadowing U.N. climate talks but cannot say whether a deal will result after President Barack Obama arrives in Copenhagen, officials said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican lawmakers said on Thursday they would try to block a Environmental Protection Agency proposal that opens the door to federal regulation of planet-warming gases.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Getting the world to agree a new U.N. climate deal is as difficult as forcing schoolchildren to do their homework or to make horses drink, hosts of deadlocked U.N. talks said on Tuesday.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – More than 250 million people risk losing their livelihoods because of dying tropical coral reefs in what a senior U.N. environmental economist said on Saturday was part of a double climate crisis facing the world.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – More than half the countries at 192-nation U.N. climate talks in Copenhagen back far tougher goals for limiting global warming than those favored by rich nations, a group of small island states said on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) – Uranium, the silvery-white mineral that powers nuclear reactors, is capturing growing attention amid burgeoning demand for power from emerging nations and a scramble to curtail carbon emissions.