Brazilian Meat Scandal - CeBIT in Hanover - China's "Solar Valley"
The Paris Agreement remains on track. Talks in Bonn went 12 hours into overtime as participants reached an agreement on climate finance. But now comes the tough part.
Amid a scandal over the sale of rotten meat, Brazil's government has been bending over backward to assure foreign consumers there has been no health threat. The president himself chose to deal with the matter.
The development of renewable energy is setting new records, with solar power now becoming cheaper than energy from new coal or nuclear plants. China and other players in Asia are making serious inroads into the market.
Ex-German chancellor Gerhard Schröder has been voted head of the board of Rosneft, as the oil giant seeks to boost its business in Germany. Other Russian firms are also investing in the country, despite the sanctions.
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