Europe

Greta Thunberg challenges world leaders on climate change

Young, renowned activist slams what she says is inaction of world leaders amid World Economic Forum in Davos.

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Will trillion-tree opportunity really revive the green planet?

In California, climate restoration initiatives combine public-sector leadership with private capital and technology.

Will trillion-tree opportunity really revive the green planet?

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Greta stands her ground as US Treasury chief throws shade

Steven Mnuchin questions teen activist's authority, saying, 'Is she the chief economist? I'm confused.'

Greta stands her ground as US Treasury chief throws shade

Europe

World Economic Forum leaders pledge to plant 1 trillion trees

To help fight climate change and promote biodiversity, Davos leaders launch a campaign to plant one trillion trees.

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LA activist: 'Real climate solutions won't come out of Davos'

Swedish teen Greta Thunberg returned to the economic powwow in Switzerland after an advocacy tour across the pond.

LA activist: 'Real climate solutions won't come out of Davos'

Europe

Trump in Davos: US president criticises climate activists

President Trump says he has turned around the US economy, and dismisses climate activists as prophets of doom.

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Thunberg's message to Davos: 'You have not seen the last of us'

Climate activist who launched the #FridaysforFuture movement is set to attend WEF annual gathering of elites next week.

Thunberg's message to Davos: 'You have not seen the last of us'

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Nestle will invest billions to boost its use of recycled plastics

The food and beverage giant has committed to making 100 percent of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025.

Nestle will invest billions to boost its use of recycled plastics

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As investors seek safety, Swiss franc surges to 2017 highs

Brexit concerns and Middle East tensions are increasing the value the safe-haven currency.

As investors seek safety, Swiss franc surges to 2017 highs

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Credit Suisse clears CEO over second spying accusation

Swiss bank blamed former chief operating officer again for being behind spying on its human resources head.

Credit Suisse clears CEO over second spying accusation

Imran Khan

Millions of Muslim refugees could flee India: Pakistan PM Khan

Imran Khan says millions of Muslims could flee India due to the lockdown in Kashmir and India's new citizenship law.

Millions of Muslim refugees could flee India: Pakistan PM Khan

Refugees

UN chief urges world to share refugee burden more equitably

As most refugees live in poor countries, Guterres calls on international community to do more as he opens global summit.

UN chief urges world to share refugee burden more equitably

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Trade war goes digital: Countries eye tariffs on internet economy

By one estimate, import duties on so-called 'electronic transmissions' are worth up to $255bn a year.

Trade war goes digital: Countries eye tariffs on internet economy

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European banks are 'too small to survive': UBS CEO

Too many banks that cannot cover their cost of capital still exist, says UBS Group AG Chief Executive Sergio Ermotti.

European banks are 'too small to survive': UBS CEO

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Do planes from Boeing's rival, Airbus, have software problems?

Reuters sources claim a software issue is suspected in Airbus A220 engine blowouts.

Do planes from Boeing's rival, Airbus, have software problems?