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UK government moves to defuse parliamentary row over onshore wind

LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's government sought on Monday to defuse a simmering row over a push by some Conservative lawmakers to make it easier to build onshore wind farms by saying Prime Minister Rishi Sunak supported such projects where there is local consent.

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EU demands quick fix from U.S. of green subsidy law

European Union ministers warned on Friday that time was running out to resolve differences with Washington over U.S. plans to give tax credits to consumers buying electric vehicles and other green products as long as they are made in North America.

FILE PHOTO: Activists of Last Generation Austria spill oil on a painting of...

Activists aggravate art insurers' climate headache

Climate activists' attacks on some of the world's most precious paintings have added to insurers' worries about the threat to art from climate change itself, concerns seen as leading to higher art insurance premiums.

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