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13.05.2022 - Vettel says climate change makes him question his F1 job
Four times Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel said on Thursday that climate change had made him question his job as a driver travelling the world to race cars.
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11.05.2022 - Bank of Spain sees moderate immediate risk to banks from climate policies
Spain's transition to cleaner energy could bring more notable risks to sectors with higher CO2 emissions, such as transport, manufacturing and agriculture, though any impact on banks would be moderate in the short run, the Bank of Spain said.
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10.05.2022 - U.S. SEC extends comment period on climate risk proposal
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Monday extended until June 17 the period for public comment on its landmark proposal to require U.S.-listed companies to disclose a range of climate-related risks and greenhouse gas emissions.
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10.05.2022 - Deals shifting oil, gas assets away from climate committed firms on the rise, report says
Deals in which oil and gas assets move from companies with climate goals to companies without such goals are on the rise, according to a study by the U.S. non-governmental organisation Environmental Defense Fund.
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07.05.2022 - Rich nations must stick to climate promises, says U.S. envoy Kerry
The world's richest nations must implement their promises to keep alive a global goal to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, U.S. climate envoy John Kerry told Reuters on Saturday.
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06.05.2022 - Emperor Penguin at serious risk of extinction due to climate change
The emperor penguin, which roams Antarctica's frozen tundra and chilly seas, is at severe risk of extinction in the next 30 to 40 years as a result of climate change, an expert from the Argentine Antarctic Institute (IAA) warned.
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03.05.2022 - Extreme heat kills at least 25 in India's Maharashtra state
India's western state of Maharashtra has registered 25 deaths from heat stroke since late March, the highest toll in the past five years, with more fatalities likely elsewhere in a country sweltering in temperatures over 40 degrees Celsius.
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02.05.2022 - 'Surprise' urban Malaysia floods drive pleas for climate action
The damaged furniture and mud-caked walls left by floodwaters have now been replaced or cleaned in Elizabeth Chong's family home, but lost forever are old photos and documents that gave a precious glimpse into her ancestors' lives.
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01.05.2022 - Germany to support Russian oil embargo: sources
EU leaders are expected to present the proposed embargo later this week. Supporting the measure would be Germany's second turnaround in as many weeks with regards to Ukraine.
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26.04.2022 - Louisiana ag head plugs carbon capture as climate change fix
Rising global temperatures could damage crop production, but farmers also need domestic oil and gas production to increase, Louisiana’s agriculture commissioner says.
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