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The Federal Reserve is testing how climate change could hurt big banks

The largest six banks in the United States have been given until July to show the Federal Reserve what effects disastrous climate change scenarios could have on their bottom lines.

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Clothes that fight climate change: Researchers test aprons that capture CO2 from air

Researchers are testing a potential "game-changer" when it comes to fighting global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions: carbon-capturing clothing.

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Amazon, Ikea, others commit to zero-carbon shipping by 2040

Nine major companies, including Amazon.com and Ikea, today committed to using exclusively zero-emissions ships to transport their cargo by 2040.
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Planet-warming emissions from buildings put climate goals at risk

Planet-warming carbon dioxide emissions from buildings and construction are jeopardising global goals to keep devastating climate change at bay, a U.N.-backed coalition warned, after data showed they hit an all-time high in 2019.

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German prosecutors search offices in Fiat, Iveco emissions probe

Fiat Chrysler and CNH Industrial offices were searched in Germany, Italy and Switzerland as part of a probe initiated by German prosecutors investigating emissions fraud.

VW suffers big setback in one of UK’s largest consumer lawsuits
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VW suffers big setback in one of UK’s largest consumer lawsuits

Volkswagen suffered a big setback in one of the UK's largest consumer lawsuits on Monday after London's High Court ruled the company fitted its cars with "defeat device" software that circumvented pollution emissions limits.

Armed with good data, engineers wage quiet battle for cleaner air

Armed with good data, engineers wage quiet battle for cleaner air

As countries try to slash air pollution and step up action on climate change, many are looking at a key culprit: tailpipes.

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