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2021-08-10 22:23:39
by Anthropocene
Fairer Access to Credit Could Speed Net Zero in Africa by a Decade

This article is by Sarah DeWeerdt and was originally published by Anthropocene magazine. Meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement will require hundreds... Read More

This article is by Sarah DeWeerdt and was originally published by Anthropocene magazine. Meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement will require hundreds of billions or even trillions of dollars of investment in low-carbon technologies. But investment dollars aren’t distributed equally around the... Read More

2019-08-27 19:38:21
by Dan McCue
Australia Could Play Bigger Role In Supplying U.S. Military With Rare Earth Minerals

WASHINGTON - With trade tensions between U.S. and China still on a high boil, Australia stands poised to become the... Read More

WASHINGTON - With trade tensions between U.S. and China still on a high boil, Australia stands poised to become the Defense Department's primary supplier of Rare Earth metals, a department official said Monday. Rare Earth metals are a collection of... Read More

2019-05-13 21:59:46
by Dan McCue
China to Raise Tariffs on $60 Billion in US Goods Starting June 1

The U.S.-China trade war escalated Monday with Beijing signaling it plans to raise tariffs on about $60 billion in U.S.... Read More

The U.S.-China trade war escalated Monday with Beijing signaling it plans to raise tariffs on about $60 billion in U.S. goods on the heels of the United States slapping new tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods last week. Some... Read More

2019-05-10 20:48:51
by Dan McCue
Unique Gathering at United Nations Asks, 'Are You A Responsible Leader?'

Bawa Jain sounded as if he had still not quite come back down to Earth. A week removed from co-hosting... Read More

Bawa Jain sounded as if he had still not quite come back down to Earth. A week removed from co-hosting the inaugural Responsible Leaders Summit at the United Nations in New York, the indefatigable secretary general of the World Council... Read More

2019-04-26 20:22:43
by HJ Mai
China’s Xi Pledges ‘Zero Tolerance’ on Corruption to Calm Belt and Road Initiative Criticism

Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged transparency and zero tolerance for corruption in an attempt to alleviate criticism for his country’s... Read More

Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged transparency and zero tolerance for corruption in an attempt to alleviate criticism for his country’s Belt and Road Initiative from the United States that described the massive infrastructure project as a debt trap for poorer... Read More

2019-04-17 21:08:57
by Dan McCue
US Trade Deficit Narrows to Eight-Month Low in February

The U.S. trade deficit dropped 3.4 percent to $49.4 billion in February, driven by a sharp decline in imports from... Read More

The U.S. trade deficit dropped 3.4 percent to $49.4 billion in February, driven by a sharp decline in imports from China and a surge in exports of commercial aircraft, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. The combined $2.2 billion in sales... Read More

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