Citizens provide support in principle to achieve the 2050 net zero goal

Citizens provide support in principle to achieve the 2050 net zero goal

Citizens gave their support in principle to a net-zero emissions target by 2050, ending a years-long standoff within the coalition over climate change policy. the main points: Mr. Joyce said a majority of Nationals members and senators were ready for the plan He said most concerns about the climate plan have been allayed Cabinet will … Read more

Citizens meet again to discuss whether to subsidize net zero emissions by 2050

Citizens are in discussions about whether to support the net-zero emissions target by 2050, with senior ministers confident that a decision will be reached this afternoon. the main points: Citizens will debate Scott Morrison’s response to the party’s slate of climate policy demands The party has raised concerns that the 2050 goal could cost rural … Read more

Extinction Rebellion activist Fmr: No climate change if the world embraced nuclear power decades ago

A former Extinction Rebellion activist in the UK has rejected the idea that renewables are the only way to reduce emissions, and has criticized “Boomer” environmentalists for demonizing nuclear power. Former Extinction Rebellion UK spokeswoman Zion Lights says climate change would not exist if “boomers” environmentalists who embraced nuclear power had not “let us down” … Read more

Scientists scour Australian rivers in canoes in search of a new species of taro, the ‘food of the gods’ threatened by climate change.

A team of Queensland scientists traded their lab coats for oars and canoes, as they roamed the Brisbane River in search of ‘food of the gods’. the main points: Many Pacific countries depend on the roots of the taro plant as a source of food and income Climate change is increasing soil salinity, threatening crop … Read more

UN Guterres welcomes Saudi Arabia’s climate initiatives in talks with King Salman

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz on Saturday and welcomed the green initiatives the Kingdom has announced to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, state news agency SPA reported. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced on Saturday that the world’s largest oil exporter will reach ‘net zero’ emissions by 2060. For the … Read more

Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia promises zero CO2 emissions by 2060 | Climate change news

One of the world’s largest oil producers, Saudi Arabia, has announced that it aims to achieve ‘net zero’ greenhouse gas emissions by 2060 by joining more than 100 countries in a global effort to reduce the curb human-induced climate change. The announcement on Saturday, made by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in scripted remarks at … Read more

Eswatini’s Revised Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Process — Global Problems

Sibonisiwe Hlanze is one of 600 women who are allowed to harvest reed in the Lawuba Wetland in Lawuba, Eswatini. Hlanze’s income and safety depend on reliable weather patterns. The Commonwealth has deployed top climate finance advisers in Eswatini, Belize, the Seychelles and Zambia to assist with the NDCs. Credit: Mantu Phakathi/IPS Opinion by Samuel … Read more

Costa Rica points the way to a sustainable world — Global Issues

UNDP / Giancarlo Pucci The tropical rainforests of Costa Rica can be found in the southwest of the country as well as in the Atlantic lowlands. Saturday, October 23, 2021 UN news Costa Rica is one of the winners of the inaugural UN-backed Earthshot Prize, in recognition of the Central American country’s efforts to reverse … Read more

Saudi Arabia aims for net zero emissions by 2060: Crown Prince

Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil exporter, aims to reach zero emissions by 2060, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman promised on Saturday at an environmental conference in the kingdom. The Crown Prince, in recorded remarks, announced plans to cut carbon emissions by more than 270 million tons a year as part of the Saudi Green … Read more

Kissinger urges greater global collaboration to solve the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate

Former United States Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said more cooperation between the world’s major powers is needed to solve problems such as the coronavirus pandemic and climate change, warning countries not to focus solely on their own interests. “If the world becomes a nationalistic arena for all countries, it will be much more difficult … Read more