Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi chaired on September 20 the Ministerial Meeting of the Group of Friends of the Global Development Initiative (GDI).
Nuclear experts pondering the safest way to decommission the three crippled reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi atomic energy plant have devised a new plan to recover the highly radioactive debris at the site.
The number of forest fires in the Brazilian Amazon so far this year has already surpassed that recorded for all of 2021.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, saying he is considering systemic reforms to attract such workers.
Iran’s president told the United Nations on Wednesday that his country was not seeking an atomic weapon and demanded US guarantees it would abide by any revived nuclear deal.
After 62 years of production, the extraordinary general assembly of the state-owned El-Nasr Company for Coke and Chemicals approved Sept. 5 the dissolution and liquidation of the company, a year after its activities came to a halt in August 2021.
The German government will spend €8 billion to acquire 99% of the shares of ailing gas giant Uniper after agreeing with the Finnish government, whose state-company Fortum is a major shareholder.
As Brussels-based think-tank Bruegel put it, Europe needs a “grand energy bargain” – a mutual commitment by all governments to do the right thing for all European people, not just their own voters.
The 240,000-barrels-per-day Port Jerome-Gravenchon oil refinery in France, operated by ExxonMobil, is producing less fuel because of strike action at the plant, Exxon told Reuters on Wednesday.
Czechs want to protect the climate but are worried about the economy as slightly more than half of them (52%) believe the EU Green Deal will harm it.