June 10 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Latin America is investing too little in a green economic recovery from COVID-19, with only 2% of the region’s stimulus funds being spent on projects that help fight climate change, new data from Oxford University showed on Thursday.
Germany will contribute more money to international climate financing, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday, looking ahead to a Group of Seven leaders’ summit.
Helium shortages 2.0 (2011-2013) and 3.0 (Q1 2018-Q1 2020) received frequent attention from the media, while driving prices for helium to levels where helium production from natural gas with uneconomic concentrations of hydrocarbons became economically viable for the first time.
Senators painted a confusing picture on the status of infrastructure talks as they left D.C. for the weekend.
Lake Mead, the reservoir created by the Hoover Dam, that feeds water to 25 million people across Western states, is historically low.
After more than 10 years, the embattled Keystone XL pipeline has officially been abandoned.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the outreach sessions of the G-7 Summit on June 12-13 taking place in a virtual format at the invitation of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the Ministry of External Affairs has confirmed.
Europe is sending a probe to Venus, teaming up with NASA to rocket 3 missions to the planet in the next 15 years
After decades of gazing longingly at Mars, the world’s space agencies are finally turning back to look at Venus.
Russian authorities are ramping up pressure on researchers and activists who oppose Moscow’s historical narrative, especially concerning Stalin-era purges and collaboration with Nazi Germany, an international rights group charged Thursday.
For the first time since beginning to make maps more than a century ago, the National Geographic Society said it would recognize the Southern Ocean as the world’s fifth ocean.