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  1. Austrian Environment Minister Leonore Gewessler

    Austria boosts climate spending despite COVID-19 hit

    Austria will devote €17 billion (US$20 billion) to greening its rail network despite a historic budget deficit caused by the coronavirus pandemic, ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: United States SailGP Team sail during the day one of the SailGP event in Marseille

    SailGP looks beyond wind power to hit climate positive goal

    SailGP aims to be climate positive when its "foiling" F50 catamarans begin their second season next year, in a move it hopes will speed up the ...
  3. Schatz speaks during Facebook digital currency hearing

    Senate Democrats question BlackRock climate commitment

    Five Democratic U.S. senators on Thursday asked BlackRock Inc to justify why it rarely supported shareholder resolutions tied to climate change ...
  4. Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visits the Garden House in Peterborough

    UK's Prince William calls for action on climate in new documentary

    "You’ll lose the wildlife habitats here, you’d lose the farming, you’d lose the communities," he said, according to a report on the ITV website.
  5. FILE PHOTO: Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg holds a poster reading "School strike for

    A Nobel for Thunberg? In the age of climate change and virus, it is possible

    This year's Nobel Peace Prize could go to green campaigner Greta Thunberg and the Fridays for Future movement to highlight the link between ...
  6. European Commissioner for European Green Deal Frans Timmermans

    Climate action is Europe's 'roadmap' out of COVID-19 crisis, top official says

    The European Union will redouble efforts to meet its green goals to help mitigate the economic havoc wrought by the COVID-19, its top climate ...