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  1. Siemens

    Germany's Siemens says to cut 2,700 jobs worldwide

  2. A white truck on the side of a road as winter approaches.

    Commentary: An awkward conversation about climate change with an Inuit

    We are doing a terrible job of communicating climate change, says one observer.
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    Investors turn against fossil fuels at Paris climate summit

    Two years to the day since 195 nations sealed the Paris Agreement to avert worst-case climate change, banks and companies announced billions of ...
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    Budget 2017: Singapore to impose carbon tax on large direct emitters

    Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat outlines a tax rate of between S$10 and S$20 per tonne of greenhouse gas emissions.
  5. Renewable energy China

    China invests billions in renewable energy in fight against air pollution

    China will invest US$361 billion in renewable power generation between 2016 and 2020, as the world's largest energy market pushes to shift away ...
  6. A research laboratory for Singapore's maritime sector

    Singapore's maritime sector given boost with new lab aiming to cut fuel costs

    By 2020, new emission regulations will require shipping firms to be greener in their operations. With the new laboratory, these costs are expected ...
  7. Trump smiles

    First 100 days of Trump presidency: 'Drain the swamp'

    The 70-year-old Manhattan real estate mogul, who has never held elected office, has long promised that 'change will begin my first day in office'.
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    Philippines to ratify climate pact: Duterte

    In announcing the decision to sign up to the Paris Agreement, Duterte said he still had misgivings but his cabinet members overwhelmingly ...