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  1. China is phasing out some subsidies, which is expected to drive a rush to complete wind and solar

    Commentary: China will bet big on clean energy to achieve carbon neutrality

    Its greenhouse gas emissions are more than the US and EU combined, but China has big ambitions for carbon neutrality, says Dr Cornelia Tremann.
  2. The logo of the Mexican state oil firm PEMEX is pictured during a protest against Senator Samuel Ga

    Exclusive: Leading climate action investor group turns focus to Mexico's Pemex

    One of the world's leading investor groups pushing for more corporate action on climate change said it has added Mexican state-owned oil company ...
  3. The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in London

    Commentary: Rubbish is piling up as recycling, waste systems struggle to keep up during COVID-19 outbreak

    Lockdown has exposed real problems with the circular economy which urgently need to be addressed, say observers.
  4. FILE PHOTO: British Airways passenger plane prepares to land at Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport in L

    Commentary: How concerns over Heathrow’s third runway threw a spanner in London airport expansion plans

    Campaigners have won a Court of Appeal ruling over controversial plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport on environmental grounds, after ...
  5. An undated handout picture released by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) shows

    Commentary: A UN ruling has decided that climate refugees is a thing

    A recent ruling by the UN's Human Rights Committee moves the needle in recognising the severity of climate change, says Yvonne Su.
  6. Plastic cutlery

    Commentary: Companies are cutting costs but dressing up moves as climate action

    Policies that cut down waste may be motivated by corporate-friendly intentions, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  7. Jurong Island

    Commentary: Forget bamboo straws. Let’s name the elephants in the room of Singapore’s climate debate

    While Singapore contributes less than 0.1 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions, the world can no longer afford the blame game and ...
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    Commentary: Our holiday extravaganza has a huge carbon footprint

    Yet there are simple steps to reduce our waste this holiday season, says George Jacobs.
  9. Hospitals in Sydney have recorded a 25 percent increase in the number of people visiting emergency

    Commentary: We call it climate change. It's more like a global health crisis

    Like the pollution that causes it, climate change does not observe national borders; it does not save its effects just for those who pollute, says ...
  10. Corporate gifts and greeting cards are pointless.

    Commentary: All these corporate greeting cards and presents are not gifts. They're spam

    Market forces may be driving the private sector into the arms of climate action. But our animal spirits are stuck in the first industrial revolution.