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EU Links Tariff Preferences to Paris Climate Agreement
President's Boao Speech Wins Praise Overseas
Experts from around the world applauded President Xi Jinping's keynote speech on Tuesday at the Boao Forum for Asia annual conference, where he called for upholding multilateralism, global cooperation and building a future of shared benefits.
Wang Qishan Attends Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2021
On April 20, 2021, Vice President Wang Qishan attended the opening ceremony of the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2021 in Boao of Hainan Province.
Boao Forum for Asia kicks off on Hainan
The list of the most interesting issues for discussion includes globalization and the promotion of trade and economic relations in the post-pandemic era
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Belt and Road Initiative to Aid Regional Recovery: Brunei's Sultan
The Belt and Road Initiative would further complement the revitalization of economies, said Brunei's Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah during a special speech via recorded video at the Opening Plenary of the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2021 in Boao.
Australia Axes Victoria state’s Belt and Road Pact with China, Amid Icy Ties with Beijing
Australia on Wednesday announced it would revoke a major state’s participation in China’s Belt and Road Initiative, after deeming its agreements with Beijing to be at odds with Canberra’s foreign policy.
Nuclear to be Included in Delegated Act of EU Taxonomy
The European Commission today announced its decision to include nuclear energy in a complementary Delegated Act of the EU Taxonomy Regulation.
EU Reaches Informal Accord on 55% CO2 Cut by 2030
EU negotiators have provisionally agreed a new target to cut CO2 by at least 55% from 1990 levels by 2030 as part of an informal accord on the draft EU climate law.
Philippines Ready To Claim Oil Resources With Military
The disputed South China Sea may soon see an escalation in tensions over oil drilling rights between China and the Phillippines
Iran Nuclear Talks Make Progress in Vienna
In moving on to the next stage of discussing sequencing of actions, the parties are signaling a willingness to reach an agreement.
New Carbon Price Makes Energy Efficiency in the German Building Sector Even more Important
Heating oil will soon become more expensive for consumers in Germany due to the new Fuel Emissions Trading Act.
China’s Clean Energy Expo 2021 Kicks Off in Beijing
Chinese energy industry professionals and policymakers will meet in Beijing today, beginning the two-day 2021 Clean Energy Expo China.
South Korea Raises Renewable Energy Target to 25pc
South Korea's ministry of trade, industry and energy has raised the country's renewable portfolio standard policy from 10pc to 25pc.
China’s New Renewable Energy Target to Curb Coal Demand
Beijing has set a preliminary target to increase wind and solar-based power generation in order to meet its longer-term emission goal.
Paris Climate Agreement
'Commitment to Cooperate': US and China Pledge Renewables-Led Decarbonisation
Superpowers' special climate envoys proclaim 'shared goal' to step up action to meet Paris climate targets and support developing nations' transition away from fossil fuels
American Clean Power Association Applauds FERC Finalizing Carbon Pricing Policy Statement
FERC’s move encourages states to continue considering carbon pricing in their electricity markets.
China Summons Japanese Ambassador to Lodge Representations over Japan's Decision to Dump Nuclear Wastewater
China's Assistant Foreign Minister Wu Jianghao Thursday summoned the Japanese ambassador to China Tarumi Hideo.
JinkoSolar Joins the United Nations Global Compact
Under the U.N. Global Compact, signatories are encouraged to align their operations and strategies with key principles.
Nuclear Power Plant
Russia Waiting for Japan’s Explanations Over Plans to Dump Fukishima Water into Ocean
Russia also expects Japan to permit radiation monitoring in the release area should the need arise.
Nuclear Power Plant
S. Korea Expresses 'Strong Regret' over Japan's Decision to Release Water from Fukushima
South Korea on Tuesday expressed strong regret over Japan's decision to release contaminated water into the sea from its wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant.
US Needs Strategic Energy Policy to Meet Aggressive Climate Goals: BNEF
The US has traditionally taken a scattered approach to energy policy, but the longer-term challenge of climate change will need more strategic measures.
India: Govt to Frame New Electricity Policy
The Power Ministry has set up an expert panel to prepare the Draft National Electricity Policy 2021.
Ex-BP Officer Becomes Energy Institute Chief Exec
Nick Wayth has been appointed the new chief executive of the Energy Institute, the global professional body’s president.
The U.S.-China Trade War Isn’t Over Yet
A year ago, Washington and Beijing inked the Phase One Trade Deal whereby Beijing committed to importing an extra $200 billion worth of American goods over the next two years, including purchasing an extra $52.4 billion of U.S. energy supplies from a base
Prospect of Cooperation With Russia on Nuclear Power Plant Clouds Uzbekistan’s More Immediate Energy Needs
Energy Minister Alisher Sultanov emphasized that the energy sector had never received such large financing to address the crippling problems that had been accumulating over many years
Morocco Highlights Its Green Energy Strategy at 2021 Spring Meetings
President of Morocco’s Policy Center for the New South, Karim El Aynaoui, speaking at the virtual 2021 Spring Meetings, emphasized Morocco’s long-term renewable energy strategy, citing the country’s notable efforts in solar and wind energy.
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