Japan's Suzuki Motor, Mazda, and Yamaha have admitted using false emissions data for some vehicles, the transport ministry said today, in the latest product quality scandal to hit the country's aut

Ministers today agreed to release an exposure draft of the National Electricity Law amendments for the National Energy Guarantee (Guarantee) – a key reform for the security, reliability, and afford

China’s major coal mining hub, Shanxi province to curb industrial manufacturing output voluntarily during the next three years as part of its 2018-2020 anti-pollution crackdown.

Brazil-based agrochemical companies plan to appeal a ruling suspending the use of best-selling weed killer glyphosate in one of the world's largest grain producing nations, an industry spokeswoman

The death toll from a devastating earthquake on the Indonesian island of Lombok has risen above 160, an official said today, as authorities urgently appealed for medicine, food and clean water for

Conservationists on Wednesday notified the Trump administration that they would sue over its reversal of a 2014 decision prohibiting bee-killing pesticides and genetically modified crops on U.S.

Nigeria has approved a $150 million loan from the World Bank to help eradicate polio and scale up immunization, Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun said on Wednesday.

Twenty-two people are dead and thousands have been left homeless in Niger after torrential rains caused heavy flooding, authorities said.

In accordance with the laws and environmental guidelines in force, as well as with AfDB’s ISS policy and Environmental and Social assessment procedures, the Dodoma City Outer Ring Road project is c

More than 100 wildlife rangers died on the job in Asia and central Africa over the last year, nearly half killed by poachers, the WWF reported today.

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