Heat waves and droughts are expected to overwhelm swaths of the continent this summer, causing fires, halting power plants and cutting crop output.
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Commercial banks have channeled more than $1.5 trillion into the coal supply chain since the start of 2019, according to a report.
Methane traps more heat than carbon dioxide, but it degrades rapidly, meaning that action taken now to reduce its emission can have an immediate cooling effect.
Invisible plumes of methane escape from Romania's oil fields, gas pipes, rusting storage containers and even a well next to a playground.
First it was Japan. Then Europe. Now investors are scanning the world for the next outbreak of stagnant inflation and tumbling yields. The malaise of "Japanification" burst into the mainstream this year, leaving in its wake a record amount of negative-yielding debt. Quantitative easing and ...