TOKYO, May 25 Oil prices were steady on Tuesday,
holding around one-week highs after jumping more than 3% the
previous session as prospects of an early return of oil exporter
Iran to international crude markets lessoned.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japanese tycoon Masayoshi Son warned of significant dangers around holding the Olympics in Tokyo, where the government on Monday kicked off a mass vaccination drive to catch up with other countries and ensure a "safe and secure" Games.
TOKYO (Reuters) -EOS at Federated Hermes has yet to decide if it will back a shareholders' resolution sponsored by activists seeking to push Mitsubishi UFJ Group (MUFG) to align itself with global climate change goals, the asset manager said.
TOKYO, May 20 Federated Hermes International has
yet to decide if it will back a shareholders' resolution
sponsored by activists seeking to push Mitsubishi UFJ Group
(MUFG) to align itself with global climate change
goals, the asset manager said.
TOKYO Japan's biggest lender, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), said it will aim for net zero emissions in its finance portfolio by 2050, responding to pressure to align its business with the targets set in the Paris Agreement on climate change.
TOKYO The coal industry is betting it can survive the decarbonization of electricity and industry and keep fossil fuels in the mix by leaning on carbon-capture technology, the head of the World Coal Association told Reuters.
TOKYO Some Toyota Motor shareholders have criticized its President Akio Toyoda for questioning Japan's plans to ban conventional cars only days after the firm said it was reviewing its climate lobbying and aimed for carbon neutrality by 2050.
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TOKYO, May 10 Crude prices climbed more than 1%
on Monday after a major cyber attack that forced the shutdown of
critical fuel supply pipelines in the United States,
highlighting the fragility of oil infrastructure.
TOKYO A group of non-governmental organisations called on the Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Monday to end loans to the fossil-fuels sector, as the international lender holds its annual meeting this week with a focus on a green economic recovery.