China’s industry ministry will adopt a more nuanced, “scientific” approach when it comes to curbing emissions from polluting firms, it said on Wednesday as the country bids to fine-tune its tactics
Japan is expected to see warmer weather between August and October, the country’s official forecaster said on Wednesday.
At least 79 people have been killed in wildfires burning close to Athens since Monday, a Greek fire brigade official said on Wednesday.
The population of critically endangered Yangtze finless porpoises has continued to decline in recent years despite intensive conservation efforts, China’s agriculture ministry said following a surv
The European Commission has found evidence that carmakers are already manipulating emissions for new climate rules that take effect in 2020, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday.
El Salvador on Tuesday began taking emergency measures in a drought that has plagued the country for a month and cost tens of thousands of farmers their corn crops, the civil protection agency said
Heavy rains pummeled parts of the U.S. Southwest and mid-Atlantic on Tuesday, swelling floods that have forced evacuations, disrupted air travel and cut power.
A drought and heat wave in Europe this summer could cause a shortage of potatoes big enough for industrial production of French fries, a German industry group warned on Tuesday.
Swollen shoot disease is worsening in the heart of Ivory Coast’s cocoa belt with some plantations seeing a significant drop in production, farmers and exporters said on Tuesday.
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