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Ukraine cities gear up to run on local clean energy by 2050

14 Dec 2018

KATOWICE, Poland (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Fossil fuel-dependent Ukraine will strengthen its climate change action plan under the Paris Agreement to curb global warming, its government said at U.N. climate talks in Poland this week.

FEATURE-Ukraine cities gear up to run on local clean energy by 2050

14 Dec 2018

KATOWICE, Poland, Dec 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - F ossil fuel-dependent Ukraine will strengthen its climate change action plan under the Paris Agreement to curb global warming, its government said at U.N. climate talks in Poland this week.

From floods to fires, Russia sees stronger climate impacts - but efforts to adapt lag

08 Jun 2017

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Russia is seeing stronger climate change impacts, from deadly storms in Moscow to river flooding in the country's south, but efforts to adapt to the growing problems remain limited, experts warn.

FEATURE-From floods to fires, Russia sees stronger climate impacts - but efforts to adapt lag

08 Jun 2017

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, June 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Russia is seeing stronger climate change impacts, from deadly storms in Moscow to river flooding in the country's south, but efforts to adapt to the growing problems remain limited, experts warn.

Green startups sprout on shores of polluted Russian lake

01 Feb 2017

IRKUTSK, Russia (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Denis Klimentyev, an eco-entrepreneur in eastern Russia’s Irkutsk region, produces camelina oil, used in cooking, and sells it to supermarkets as part of a co-operative also supplying herbal teas and jams made from wild forest fruits.

FEATURE-Green startups sprout on shores of polluted Russian lake

01 Feb 2017

IRKUTSK, Russia, Feb 1 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Denis Klimentyev, an eco-entrepreneur in eastern Russia's Irkutsk region, produces camelina oil, used in cooking, and sells it to supermarkets as part of a co-operative also supplying herbal teas and jams made from wild forest fruits.

Russia lays foundations for carbon regulation amid calls for action

05 Nov 2015

ST PETERSBURG, Russia, Nov 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - R ussia is preparing the ground for future regulation of carbon emissions, amid calls to wean the economy off its heavy dependence on polluting fossil fuels.

In Russia, a drying lake threatens an 'era of water wars' - TRFN

16 Mar 2015

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In Russia's Siberian south, near the border of Mongolia, the world's largest freshwater lake is shrinking.

In Russia, a drying lake threatens an 'era of water wars'

16 Mar 2015

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In Russia's Siberian south, near the border of Mongolia, the world's largest freshwater lake is shrinking.

Russia's forests overlooked in climate change fight

15 Jan 2015

ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Russia's forests may lose their power to help curb global warming without stronger domestic protection and a place in a new global climate change deal, scientists have warned.

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