Russia opens criminal case against Arctic city mayor over fuel spill

A view shows water barriers during recovery works following a diesel fuel leak at a thermal power station near Norilsk

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Rhine water level rises, still too shallow in northern sections

HAMBURG (Reuters) – Water levels on the Rhine in Germany have risen sharply after recent rain but remain too shallow

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Analysts cut EU carbon price forecasts as coronavirus causes demand slump

LONDON (Reuters) – Analysts have sharply cut forecasts for the price of European Union carbon permits for 2020 to 2022

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Global CO2 emissions from power sector fell 2% last year: study

LONDON (Reuters) – Global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from the power sector fell by 2% last year, the biggest fall

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As climate fight intensifies, U.S. states seek to block local natural-gas bans

(Reuters) – Lawmakers in at least five U.S. states have proposed bills since mid-February to prevent cities from banning natural

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South Korea to close up to 28 coal-fired power plants in March

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea will idle up to 28 of its coal-fired power plants in March, scaling up the

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U.S. senators unveil bill to support renewable and nuclear power, efficiency

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The top two senators on the U.S. Senate energy committee unveiled a bipartisan energy legislation package on

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Japan environment minister says to review export policy of coal-fired power plants by end-June

FILE PHOTO: Japan’s Environment Minister Shinjiro Koizumi attends a news conference at Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s official residence in Tokyo,

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