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Fears of global economic slowdown as virus follows trade war
With tens of millions of Chinese people quarantined inside their cities and thousands of factories closed, it is already clear that the coronavirus is about to sideswipe the global economy.
As our planet gets greener, plants are slowing global warming
Chi Chen, a Boston University graduate researcher, and Ranga Myneni, a BU College of Arts & Sciences professor of earth and environment, released a new paper that reveals how humans are helping to increase the Earth's plant and tree cover, which absorbs carbon from the atmosphere and cools our planet. The boom of vegetation, fueled by greenhouse gas emissions, could be skewing our perception of how fast we're warming the planet.
IMF boss says global economy risks return of Great Depression
The head of the International Monetary Fund has warned that the global economy risks a return of the Great Depression, driven by inequality and financial sector instability.
India eyes 60 percent share of global ship recycling business: Mandaviya
With a new legislation in place, India eyes to garner at least 60 percent of the global ship recycling business and emerge as a key destination for recycling warships and other ships, according to Union Minister Mansukh Lal Mandaviya.
Egypt beach resorts fight global scourge of plastic trash
Combing the Red Sea beach at an Egyptian luxury resort, workers find bagfuls of plastic garbage — but the news isn't all bad, thanks to a new environmental initiative.
Global carbon emissions growth slows, but hits record high
The runaway train that is climate change is about to blow past another milestone: Global fossil-fuel carbon dioxide emissions will reach yet another record high. Driven by rising natural gas and oil consumption, levels of CO2 are expected to hit 37 billion tons this year, according to new estimates from the Global Carbon Project, an initiative led by Stanford University scientist Rob Jackson.
New warning on global economic slowdown
The leading international economic organization warned that risks to the global outlook have increased.
Fossil fuel polluters set to bust global environmental goals
The world’s major fossil fuel producers are set to bust global environmental goals with excessive coal, oil and gas extraction in the next decade, the United Nations and research groups said on Wednesday in the latest warning over climate crisis.
East Europe to resist global rate-cut push with economies strong
As the world’s central banks loosen monetary policy to support growth and rekindle inflation, central banks in eastern Europe reckon the best option for now is to do nothing.
Global renewable power capacity to rise by 50 percent in five years: IEA
Global renewable energy capacity is set to rise by 50 percent in five years’ time, driven by solar photovoltaic (PV) installations on homes, buildings and industry, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Maine birds at risk due to global warming
Some of the most iconic birds of Maine, the northeasternmost US state, could be in jeopardy and global warming could be to blame.
Tehran, a global standard metropolitan city
October 6 is marked as Tehran Day. Tehran is now the global standard metropolitan city. Agha-Mohammad Khan Qajar (1742–1797) selected Tehran as the desirable and pleasant place to live. Historians say that 230 years ago, he put the throne on his head at Golestan Palace and declared Tehran as the capital of Iran.
Global trade to see weakest growth since Great Recession: WTO
Global trade is forecast to weaken this year to the slowest pace since the depths of the Great Recession due to the US-China trade war.

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