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From California to Oslo: foreign subsidies fuel Norway's e-car boom, for now

21 Mar 2019

OSLO On the outskirts of Oslo, a row of Fiat 500es imported from California stand parked in the snow outside the Buddy Electric dealership, part of a global flow of pre-owned electric cars to Norway powered by green subsidies elsewhere in the world.

Airlines stall in tackling climate change: investor group

05 Mar 2019

OSLO Airlines are doing too little in the fight against global warming, a study funded by investors with $13 trillion of assets under management said on Tuesday.

Airlines stall in tackling climate change - investor group

05 Mar 2019

* Delta, Lufthansa, United, ANA best at managing climate risks

Evidence for man-made global warming hits 'gold standard': scientists

26 Feb 2019

OSLO Evidence for man-made global warming has reached a "gold standard" level of certainty, adding pressure for cuts in greenhouse gases to limit rising temperatures, scientists said on Monday.

Evidence for man-made global warming hits 'gold standard' - scientists

25 Feb 2019

OSLO Evidence for man-made global warming has reached a "gold standard" level of certainty, adding pressure for cuts in greenhouse gases to limit rising temperatures, scientists said on Monday.

As ice melts, Greenland could become big sand exporter: study

12 Feb 2019

OSLO Greenland could start to export sand in a rare positive spinoff from global warming that is melting the island's vast ice sheet and washing large amounts of sediment into the sea, scientists said on Monday.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling - U.N.

07 Feb 2019

OSLO Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday.

Norway's Arctic islands at risk of 'devastating' warming: report

05 Feb 2019

OSLO Icy Arctic islands north of Norway are warming faster than almost anywhere on Earth and more avalanches, rain and mud may cause "devastating" changes by 2100, a Norwegian report said on Monday.

As polar seas heat up, mammals will find less slow, stupid prey

25 Jan 2019

OSLO Global warming will make life harder for mammals and birds hunting in polar seas by perking up fish that were slow, stupid and easy to catch in icy waters, scientists said on Thursday.

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