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Current feed - Reuters: Environment

U.S. EPA air chief under ethics scrutiny resigns
Bill Wehrum, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency official in charge of revising power plant rules and revamping vehicle emission standards who came under scrutiny for ethics allegations, will step down in days, he said on Wednesday.

Republican senators urge EPA to hold firm on refinery biofuel waivers
Nine Republican U.S. senators on Wednesday urged the Trump administration's environmental regulator to disregard a request by Democratic senators to stop issuing waivers to oil refiners on requirements to blend biofuels into motor fuels.

Protesters gather at Britain's parliament to urge climate action
At least 12,000 people converged on Britain's parliament on Wednesday to lobby lawmakers to start driving the sweeping changes needed to meet the country's new target to cut net carbon emissions to zero by 2050, organizers said.

California, Canada sign memorandum to advance cleaner vehicles, fuels
Canada and California on Wednesday said they had signed a memorandum of understanding to advance cleaner vehicles and fuels.

School closures, frozen bananas and faith: Europeans struggle with heatwave
French authorities announced school closures and traffic restrictions on Wednesday as swathes of Europe continued to wither under a powerful heatwave.

Kenya environmental tribunal suspends coal plant license, allows fresh study
A Kenyan environmental tribunal delayed a license for a planned coal power plant in the coastal Lamu region on Wednesday, saying the builders must submit a fresh environmental study because they had failed to consult residents.

Parched tourists seek gelato and shade in sweltering Paris and Rome
Tourists in Rome and Paris scaled back their sightseeing in sweltering temperatures on Tuesday, dousing themselves at fountains and cooling down with ice cream as a heatwave continued in continental Europe.

Brazil's Vale to invest 1.8 billion reais in dam safety measures
Brazilian iron ore miner Vale will spend 1.8 billion reais ($469 million) on safety and environmental recovery measures for the structures that remain standing near its Brumadinho dam that collapsed five months ago, killing nearly 250 people, an executive said on Wednesday.

France's Macron says U.S. should be leader in switch to clean energy
French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday said the United States should not be doubting the reality of climate change but leading a global transition toward cleaner energy.

G20 climate talks will be difficult: German official
Discussions on climate change will be particularly tough at the G20 summit of leading economies in Osaka, Japan, this year, a German government official said on Wednesday.

 

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