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WINNIPEG, Manitoba/OTTAWA (Reuters) – After failing to grow wheat in Canada’s subarctic Yukon territory 15 years ago, farmer Steve Mackenzie-Grieve gave it another shot in 2017. Farmer Steve Mackenzie-Grieve holds some of his wheat yield at the Yukon Grain Farm near Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada February 19, 2020. Picture taken February 19, 2020. REUTERS/Crystal Schick Thanks
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democratic White House hopefuls Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders believe climate change is an existential threat, that the United States should immediately rejoin global climate talks, and that fossil fuel workers need help adjusting to a cleaner energy economy. FILE PHOTO: Democratic 2020 U.S. presidential candidates Senator Bernie Sanders listens to former
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson, speaks during a news conference on the novel coronavirus, in London, Britain March 3, 2020. Frank Augstein/Pool via REUTERS LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Boris Johnson will chair the first meeting of his climate change committee on Wednesday to discuss priorities for the year, longer-term strategy and preparations for November’s UN
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SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s prudential regulator said on Monday it was looking to better understand the financial risks of climate change and would begin undertaking deeper assessments of the industry’s vulnerabilities in an effort to improve resilience. The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) was seeking to estimate the financial impact from climate change on the
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LONDON (Reuters) – Of all the sports at the Tokyo Olympics later this year none inhabit the frontline of climate change quite like surfing. FILE PHOTO: John John Florence of Hawaii surfs during the final of World Surf League’s (WSL) championship at Supertubo beach in Peniche, Portugal October 25, 2016. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante/File Photo Which is
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LONDON (Reuters) – Bank of England Governor Mark Carney spoke to Reuters about Brexit, the impact of December’s election on Britain’s economy, climate change and how technology might eventually help economies around the world to grow more strongly. Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, poses for a portrait during an interview with Reuters,
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WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) – Canada’s biggest pipeline company, Enbridge Inc (ENB.TO), fired back on Friday at the country’s largest oil producer, saying Canadian Natural Resources’ (CNQ.TO) suggestions for determining future terms on the Mainline would cause at least a one-year delay. FILE PHOTO: The Enbridge Tower is pictured on Jasper Avenue in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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