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Palm oil watchdog to wield stick to get consumer goods giants to go green
A palm oil industry watchdog will adopt rules next month that will impose fines on consumer goods companies like Unilever and Nestle if they don’t start buying more green palm oil to help curb deforestation in Southeast Asia, the regulating body said.
Green developments to get go-ahead in Scotland without planning permission
Green developments could get the go-ahead in Scotland without planning permission, under new government proposals.
Weeding, writing and arithmetic… why green fingers are good for our children
From the water vole to the Scottish wildcat, the dwindling numbers of Britain’s most at-risk animals are well documented. But now the alarm bell is sounding over a rather more overlooked endangered species: Green-fingered children.
China to reduce waste with green packaging
As China wages a war against garbage with a new waste sorting scheme, the country's postal authority has its eye on a major producer of waste: The express delivery industry.
Italy central bank to spurn firms that don't go green
The Bank of Italy plans to adopt investment criteria which reward companies that take action on climate change, joining other central banks, commercial banks and fund managers in ratcheting up pressure on boardrooms to go green.
Delay Brexit to save environment, green charities urge PM
Five leading green organizations have called on UK Prime Minister Theresa May to delay Brexit to avoid losing environmental protections created by ‘decades of campaigning’.
UN leads new united push on green tech solutions
The UN, tech giants, and the policy, finance and science communities teamed up to launch major new pushes on using cutting-edge technology to create cleaner, greener and more efficient solutions to sustainable development.
Children living near green space less likely to develop mental health disorders: Study
Children who grow up near green space have up to 55 percent less risk of developing various mental disorders later in life, a Danish study suggested.
Study: Black, green tea could control Type 2 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes is a condition that causes a person’s blood sugar levels to become too high — a common health problem in the UK. But one of the best ways to prevent the condition is to make some simple diet changes, including drinking a certain tea.
Spain’s historic hotels go green
Spain’s state-owned chain of paradores, the grand hotels often housed in ancient castles and monasteries, has announced that all 97 of its establishments will use only electricity from renewable sources from the start of the new year.
What is Green New Deal, a weapon to fight both climate change and economic stagnation?
With the threat of climate change becoming all the more catastrophic with each passing day but the president of the world's largest economy — US — refusing to acknowledge that it's a reality, the frustration is only rising with each passing day.
Google to invest data center, green energy in Denmark
Alphabet Inc.’s Google will invest 4.5 billion Danish crowns ($690 million) in building a new data center in Fredericia, Denmark, its Danish business said on Tuesday.
Green group attacks plan for 1m new homes near Oxford, Cambridge
Battle lines have been drawn for one of the biggest nimby battles in decades with a warning from conservationists that a plan to build a million new homes between Oxford and Cambridge will concrete over an area the size of Birmingham.
'Pet Man' to be screened at China Int'l Green Film Week
Iranian short animated movie titled 'Pet Man', directed by Marzieh Abrar-Paydar, will be screened at the 10th China International Green Film Week in Beijing.
Climate researchers: More green space, less biofuel
The chorus of biofuel critics is getting louder. In an opinion article published in the journal PNAS, a pair climate scientists argued continued support for biofuel production will make it more difficult to protect the climate.

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