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What the ‘Humans Are the Virus’ Meme Gets So Wrong

There's been a thinking burbling around certain corners of the internet that the coronavirus is good, actually. That it's...

AI pollution monitor could forecast harmful particles in the air

A man is looking at the north gate of the Forbidden City lost in the smog of pollution from the top of the Coal...

A Huge Amount of Plastic Waste Is ‘Missing’ From Our Oceans....

You've probably heard that our oceans have become a plastic soup. But in fact, of all the plastic that enters Earth's oceans each year,...

Countries Move to Stop Empty

The coronavirus pandemic has put many of the worst things about the global economy into sharp relief. The Trump...

U.N. seeks new host for climate talks after Chile withdraws

LONDON (Reuters) - The United Nations is seeking a new host for this year's round of climate talks in December after Chile withdrew as...

Former Exxon CEO Tillerson denies misleading investors in climate case

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former Exxon Mobil Corp Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson on Wednesday denied misleading investors about how the oil major measured...

Air quality plunges to ‘severe’, haze shrouds Delhi-NCR

Air quality deteriorated and slipped into the "severe" category in the National Capital Region (NCR) and adjoining areas on October 29, as the sky...

U.S. shipping sanctions to dent demand for dirty shipping fuel: Refinitiv

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. sanctions on a top Chinese shipping fleet is set to produce a totally unintended result - less burning of the...

GM, Toyota, Fiat Chrysler back Trump on California emissions challenge

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Major automakers are siding with the Trump administration in its bid to bar California from setting its own fuel efficiency rules...

Investors brace for poor U.S. shale earnings amid weak oil and...

(Reuters) - Investors are bracing for weaker results from U.S. shale players in coming days as lower oil and natural gas prices and cost-cutting...