A material used to make power-saving light bulbs is gaining momentum in the world of semiconductors. KKR & Co. is the latest to place a bet.
Nepal needs $6.66 billion to rebuild infrastructure destroyed or damaged by the devastating earthquake in April and the aftershocks that followed, the country’s National Planning Commission said Sa
BRASÍLIA—Brazil’s government is promising a more market-friendly approach to lure private-sector investors to upgrade the country’s roads, rail and ports.
Apparel makers in China are facing growing pressure from regulators and high-profile brands to tackle wastewater pollution from their factories.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld the Environmental Protection Agency’s process for determining whether states are complying with air-quality ozone limits, ruling against states, industry g
Indian food-safety inspectors said Sunday they had filed a criminal complaint against Nestlé India Ltd.
In addition to pollution and congestion, the city of Beijing is also inflicted with a dearth of 3.5 million parking spaces.
The number of people facing food shortages is projected to hit 4.6 million by July
Oil companies are ratcheting up their involvement in the debate over climate change as governments, activists, churches and some big investors gear up for a global summit on the issue at the end of
China's latest round of flooding has claimed dozens of victims. Here, residents move a motorcycle on a flooded street in Jiahui town of Gongcheng Yao Autonomous County.
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