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Yellen to press for additional reforms at World Bank this year

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will call on Wednesday for the World Bank to undertake additional reforms this year to expand its ability to help developing countries meet global challenges such as climate change.
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Bank of England to study climate-related capital further

The Bank of England will carry out further study as it is not yet clear whether it needs to require banks and insurers to set aside longer-term capital buffers to provide for the consequences of climate change.


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Biden's clean energy factory jobs may elude U.S. union workers

In the six months since passage of Biden's signature climate change law, a majority of the $50 billion of announced investments in domestic manufacturing to support the clean energy transition has been in states with laws that make it harder for workers to unionize.

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Swiss right-wing party to call referendum in bid to block climate change law

Switzerland's right-wing Swiss People's Party will within a few days call a referendum aimed at blocking a draft law to cut greenhouse gas emissions, party officials said.

COP27 deal delivers landmark on 'loss and damage', but little else
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COP27 deal delivers landmark on 'loss and damage', but little else

Countries adopted a hard-fought final agreement at the climate summit that sets up a fund to help poor countries battered by climate disasters, but does not boost efforts to tackle the emissions causing them or say who should pay.
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Ukraine war makes fossil fuel finance pledge tricky

The energy crisis sparked by the war in Ukraine is creating difficulties with a commitment the Italian government made last year to stop funding overseas fossil fuel projects, the country's climate change envoy said on Thursday.
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