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Gore sees world at 'tipping point' for climate action

Gore sees world at ‘tipping point’ for climate action

Sign up now for free unlimited access to Reuters.com register Soaring electricity prices drive government decarbonisation Gore cites larger U.S. and Australia actions Said he was optimistic about further action by Brazil and China LONDON, Sept 21 (Reuters) – (This report from Sept 20 has been refiled to correct a typo in the second bullet …

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Biden jumps into Corvette, announces Detroit 'return' at EV-focused auto show

Biden jumps into Corvette, announces Detroit ‘return’ at EV-focused auto show

Sign up now for free and unlimited access to Reuters.com register DETROIT, Sept 14 (Reuters) – President Joe Biden delivered a victory at the Detroit auto show on Wednesday as he underlined automakers’ push for electric vehicles under the new administration, including billions of dollars for battery plants invest. Biden, who calls himself the Autobot, …

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God does not support war, Pope says in apparent criticism of Russian patriarch

God does not support war, Pope says in apparent criticism of Russian patriarch

Sign up now for free unlimited access to Reuters.com register NUR-Sultan, Sept 14 (Reuters) – Pope Francis said on Wednesday that God will not lead religions to war, a veiled expression of Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill who backed the invasion of Ukraine and boycotted the Council of Faith Leaders criticize. On the second day in …

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Pakistan looks 'like the sea' after floods, 18 more dead, PM says

Pakistan claims $30 billion in flood damage, UN chief calls for ‘massive’ help

Sign up now for free and unlimited access to Reuters.com register ISLAMABAD, Sept 9 (Reuters) – United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres called for “massive” international support for flood-torn Pakistan during a visit to the country on Friday, while Islamabad will be linked to floods The loss was set at $30 billion. Record monsoon rains and …

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In 'energy war', EU divided over capping Russian gas prices

In ‘energy war’, EU divided over capping Russian gas prices

Sign up now for free and unlimited access to Reuters.com register Countries boycott EU proposal to cap Russian gas prices Cash aid to energy companies gets wider support Ministers discuss profiteering, cut electricity use BRUSSELS, Sept 9 (Reuters) – European Union energy ministers were divided on Friday over whether to cap Russian gas prices as …

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U.S. banking regulator warns of crisis risk from fintech proliferation

U.S. banking regulator warns of crisis risk from fintech proliferation

Cryptocurrency representation in this illustration, taken on January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Sign up now for free and unlimited access to Reuters.com register NEW YORK, Sept 7 (Reuters) – The rise of fintech services and digital banking could spur financial risks and could spark a crisis in the longer term, the leading U.S. banking regulator, …

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Pakistan looks 'like the sea' after floods, 18 more dead, PM says

Pakistan looks ‘like the sea’ after floods, 18 more dead, PM says

Sign up now for free and unlimited access to Reuters.com register SHEVAN, Pakistan (Reuters) – Pakistani Prime Minister Sheikh Baz Sharif said on Wednesday that parts of Pakistan appeared “like a sea”. The death toll from rainy days rose by 18 to 1,343. Officials estimate that a disaster blamed on climate change has affected as …

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Biden administration denies Chenier's call to sidestep LNG pollution rules

Biden administration denies Chenier’s call to sidestep LNG pollution rules

Sign up now for free and unlimited access to Reuters.com register WASHINGTON, Sept 6 (Reuters) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said on Tuesday it rejected an offer by leading liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter Cheniere Energy Inc to exempt two of its Requests for turbines on the U.S. Gulf Coast. Terminal for hazardous …

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Massive floods in Pakistan kill 1,100, including 380 children

Massive floods in Pakistan kill 1,100, including 380 children

Floods have killed at least 1,100 people and affected 33 million A third of the country is underwater – climate minister Pakistan’s climate catastrophe demands world attention – Guterres Destruction is ‘internationally driven’ – UN’s Hanes CHALSADA, Pakistan, Aug 30 (Reuters) – Torrential rains and floods inundated a third of Pakistan and killed more than …

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