These days, one cannot help but hear many reports about Qatar, human rights and football (or soccer) games.
Story of the day Developing countries ‘will need $2tn a year in climate funding by 2030’ Report says figure required to switch away from fossil fuels and cope with extreme weather impacts. About $2tn (£1.75tn) will be needed each year by 2030 to help developing countries cut their greenhouse gas emissions and cope with theContinue reading “Composted Reads for 8 November 2022”
Shall the new PM Mr. Sunak carry on with the previous policies brought forward by the British government or ditch them for the sake of party unity and electability.
Fiona Harvey After a torrid summer of extreme heat, drought and raw sewage on the beaches, forming a suitable background to two months of political brawling, the hard-fought campaign to be the next prime minister of the UK finally ended this week. Liz Truss, the former foreign secretary, took up residence in Downing Street onContinue reading “Only time will tell if Britain’s new PM has what it takes to confront the biggest crisis of all”
The EU Commission is bringing further proposals to the table which Member States can swiftly adopt and implement, to ease the pressure on households and businesses.
Heat waves, rain, drought, flooding and sea-level rise become increasingly intolerable. Due to the limited efforts of the US, one of the largest single sources of greenhouse gas the Paris Agreement of 2015 has become seriously imperiled over the past seven years.
The gap between rich and poor and the wars in this world are the main threat to human beings’ survival.
Noxious fumes | Dumps and landfills near South Asian megacities are huge emitters of methane, highlighting a major challenge in the global climate fight. More clouds of the greenhouse gas — which has 84 times the warming power of carbon dioxide over its first 20 years in the atmosphere — were spotted in India thanContinue reading “2022 Second half of July – Here’s what else you need to know in Green”
Many climate activists want Biden to do more, urging him to declare a climate emergency that would unlock new presidential powers, as well as ban new oil and gas drilling on public lands.
Extreme heat and fires gripped several parts of Europe and North America.