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India's capital bets on more e-buses, solar energy to curb pollution

India's New Delhi, the world's most polluted capital, is betting on expanding its fleet of electric buses and using more solar power in the next three years to improve the city's air quality, its finance minister said on Wednesday.
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Investors with $39 trillion urge government to plan fossil fuel phase out

Investors managing $39 trillion have called on governments to raise their climate ambition, including setting plans to phase out fossil fuel use and forcing companies to set out science-based transition plans.
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Unilever CEO sees crisis as new normal for industry

Unilever chief executive Alan Jope said on Tuesday that consumer goods companies should get used to the idea of "crisis being more or less the new normal" as they fight soaring inflation, climate change and a global food crisis.
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U.S. oil lobby pushes Biden to roll back fossil fuel curbs

The American Petroleum Institute, the top U.S. oil lobby organization, on Tuesday urged President Joe Biden’s administration to lift a slew of restrictions on fossil fuel development to help ease soaring energy prices.
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U.S., UAE lead $4-billion effort to help farming adapt to climate change

The United States and the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday used COP26 climate talks to launch efforts to channel funding into making agriculture resilient to climate change, as well as to cut its emissions.

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IFC's Diop calls for more climate financing for emerging markets

Climate change is "the greatest commercial opportunity" facing the world, but more needs to be done to boost private sector investment in developing markets, an International Finance Corporation executive has said.

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