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Oil firms ask Supreme Court to halt Rhode Island climate change lawsuit

09 Oct 2019

Oil giants on Tuesday renewed their bid to halt a climate lawsuit brought against them by the state of Rhode Island by asking the U.S. Supreme Court for an emergency stay.

Alaska Supreme Court to hear arguments in youth climate case

09 Oct 2019

Alaska youth activists on Wednesday will urge the state's highest court to revive a lawsuit calling on the state to curb its thriving fossil-fuel industry in order to combat climate change.

5th Circuit rejects challenges to Louisiana haze-reduction plan

07 Oct 2019

A U.S. court of appeals has denied separate bids by environmental groups and power companies asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider its 2017 approval of a Louisiana plan to reduce air pollution.

Fewer children, fewer climate risks? Niger ponders a controversial option

07 Oct 2019

NIAMEY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Abdulaziz, Aminatu, Absatu, Abdulmanaf. Fahad. And, well, also Mansour. They are the names Zeinab Garba has in mind for any future children she has.

'Flight shaming' is in the air as U.N. summit faces climate crisis

28 Sep 2019

NEW YORK/LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As world leaders met in New York this week, one question kept coming up at climate change events - how did you get here?

FEATURE-'Flight shaming' is in the air as U.N. summit faces climate crisis

27 Sep 2019

NEW YORK/LONDON, Sept 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As world leaders met in New York this week, one question kept coming up at climate change events - how did you get here?

Dying of laughter: comics joke about climate change at U.N. summit

27 Sep 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Ever heard the one about why parents should cheer at fires linked to global warming that have been raging in the Arctic?

In shadow of U.N. summit, climate entrepreneurs compete for spotlight and funds

25 Sep 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Inventor Anirudh Sharma wants industries to let him harvest their air pollution, the head of one of many companies using the global spotlight on New York this week to win attention for a new corporate crop of environmentally-friendly inventions.

In shadow of U.N. summit, climate entrepreneurs compete for spotlight and funds

25 Sep 2019

NEW YORK, Sept 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Inventor Anirudh Sharma wants industries to let him harvest their air pollution, the head of one of many companies using the global spotlight on New York this week to win attention for a new corporate crop of environmentally-friendly inventions.

First vegan investment fund coming to New York Stock Exchange

19 Aug 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An investment fund designed for animal rights advocates and environmentalists, the first of its kind according to financial experts, is set to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) next month.

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