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Egypt Dims the Lights in Cairo to Free Up Extra Gasoline for Europe

World Center East The nation is chopping again on its home vitality use so it may well promote extra fuel…

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COP27 Talks Weigh Who Should Pay for Climate Damage to Poor Countries

Negotiators at the United Nations environment top are exercising the information of a proposition for rich nations to pay creating…

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New Climate Early-Warning System Aims to Plug Weather Blind Spots Around the World

The hassle by the U.N. and U.S. seeks to enhance knowledge assortment to raised anticipate extreme occasions in components of…

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Plans to Shut Down Coal Face Headwinds as South Africa Says It Wants Extra Money

World Pretoria’s settlement with the West final 12 months to wean itself off coal depends an excessive amount of on…

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Biden Announces Restrictions on Methane Emissions at COP27

World Measures include plans for EPA to require oil and gas companies to monitor and repair production facilities for methane…

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Gabon aims for a huge payday with CO2 credits

The deeply forested African country is trying to issue and sell large amounts of carbon credits to capitalize on potential…

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China Resists Climate Pressure From West, but Makes Gains on Its Own

World Beijing won’t bow to pressure to cut emissions at COP27 summit, but could only significantly slow their growth

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Egypt’s Food Supply in Danger as Farmers Struggle to Adapt to Climate Change

Egyptian farmers in the fertile region of the Nile Delta are dealing with changing weather patterns that have led to…

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Egypt Keeps Tight Grip on Protests as Host of COP27 Climate Conference

Authorities have cracked down on planned demonstrations for the event, and human rights groups say the government appears concerned that…

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