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Greta Thunberg seeks to trademark her name to stem misuse
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg said on Instagram on Wednesday she has applied to register her name and that of the Fridays For Future movement she founded in 2018, which has gone global and catapulted her to international fame.

Jaabars the snow leopard makes new friends after brush with death
Partly blinded by shotgun pellets still lodged in his head, Jaabars the snow leopard licks his paw inside a rescue shelter cage after life-saving surgery.

New York State pension fund puts 27 coal companies under review
New York state's top pension fund official said it was reviewing whether to divest from 27 coal companies and could make decisions on $98 million in holdings within two months.

India's pollution regulator ponders coal plant penalties
Authorities are assessing how seriously to punish the operators of coal-fired plants around New Delhi that missed a year-end deadline to fit equipment to curb harmful emissions, a senior official at the federal pollution regulator said on Wednesday.

Fewer boots, more sports shoes as Polish retailer CCC adjusts to climate change
A succession of mild winters blamed on global warming has persuaded Poland's biggest shoe retailer CCC to shift its focus to all-year sports shoes and away from traditional winter boots, it said on Wednesday.

Aiming to go green, German cabinet backs coal exit by 2038
The German cabinet on Wednesday backed plans to exit coal as an energy source by 2038 as part of efforts by Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling coalition to protect the climate and restore its green credentials.

Devastating Brazil rains likely spared most of Minas coffee fields
The devastating rains that triggered landslides and flooding in Brazil's Minas Gerais state over the past week and brought more than 50 deaths apparently did not cause much damage to coffee fields in the world's largest production region.

Slipping and sliding, first Germany-born panda cubs greet outside world
Germany's only giant panda cubs took their first clumsy steps in public on Wednesday, climbing over branches and crawling on their bellies in Berlin Zoo as the world's media looked on.

Investors urge drillers, miners not to take advantage of Trump environmental rollbacks
A group of U.S. institutional investors urged energy, timber and mining companies on Wednesday not to take advantage of Trump administration rollbacks of environmental regulations, such as moving operations into public lands that are being opened up.

Adidas to launch new fabrics from recycled ocean plastic, polyester
Adidas will launch new fabrics made from recycled polyester and marine plastic waste and expand the product lines that use them after the success of shoes made with the Parley for the Oceans initiative, the sportswear firm said on Tuesday.

 

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