Electricite de France SA, France’s state-owned utility, announced on Tuesday that it is highly likely it will be forced to extend cuts to nuclear generation as scorching weather pushes up river temperatures, making the water too hot to cool reactors.
The human body can’t withstand extra-hot temperatures for very long.
Unprecedented anti-Russian sanctions have dealt a blow not only to European wallets but to ecology in general, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin said in an interview with Nezavisimaya Gazeta published on Wednesday.
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has asked the spokesman of the UN peacekeeping mission to leave the country as soon as possible.
Fujitsu and Hokuhoku Financial Group, Inc have announced the development of an algorithm to support information disclosure in line with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
After Republicans initially blocked a bill that would expand benefits for veterans exposed to toxins while deployed, the Senate is now poised to pass the legislation in the coming days.
The European Commission said on Tuesday (2 August) it had approved the German government’s €3 billion scheme to support renewable energy and waste heat-based district heating programs.
The Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline project in West Virginia and Virginia could get an accelerated approval timeline under a side-deal between West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer separate from the climate bill, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing a summary of the agreement it had obtained.
The first shipment of Ukrainian grain since Russia’s blockade of the country’s ports is set to pass through the Bosphorus on its way to Lebanon.
Sea levels are increasing around Britain at a far faster rate than a century ago, while the country is warming slightly more than the global average, leading meteorologists say.