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    What climate change requires of economics
    21 Oct 2021

    This summer’s record-breaking heatwave in the American northwest offered a reminder – as if it were needed – of what anthropogenic climate change will mean for living conditions now and in the future. Average global temperatures have already risen to 1.2° C above pre-industrial levels and could increase by another 5° C over the next […]

    Turkey: Environmental disasters a new test for struggling Erdogan

    Let’s observe this year’s environmental problems in Turkey, like sea snot, drought, dead flamingos, and burning plastic waste. Rising concerns about them are shaking the president’s government, the Middle East Eye author states. Is it so? Let’s read. *** When a group of Turkish environmental campaigners submitted the paperwork to establish a political party last […]

    Save the forest – save the climate
    21 Oct 2021

    The 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change will definitely impact the environmental debate that humanity currently has. How exactly – the world will understand in early November 2021. But the need to slow global warming will remain unchanged. Until there are immediate, rapid, and large-scale reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, we will not contain […]

    Five winning projects of the Biodiversity Ideathon in Oman announced

    The Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, and the Environment Authority announced on September 29 the five winning projects in the 2021 Biodiversity Ideathon, Times of Oman reports. The projects varied between smart farming and production systems, artificial intelligence (AI) applications, modern irrigation systems, organic fertilizer products, pesticides, organic control, and organic cleaning and […]

    Dubai Future Foundation new report stresses the importance of increasing the use of hydrogen in vital sectors
    21 Oct 2021

    A new report, titled ‘Hydrogen: From Hype to Reality,’ has called on the importance of developing integrated strategies to produce, store and use hydrogen energy, WAM states. As the world strives to achieve net-zero emissions, it noted that hydrogen would be crucial to decarbonize hard-to-abate industries, such as steel, cement, aviation, and shipping. The report […]

    Dulsco aims to highlight UAE’s efforts to create a sustainable future

    Dulsco, the Official Waste Management Partner of Expo 2020 Dubai, strives to implement Expo 2020 Dubai’s objective to be the first-ever mega event to divert 85% of its waste away from landfills, WAM reports. Dulsco has an innovative approach in place to meet the event’s requirements while offering world-class waste management services approved by Expo […]

    Plastic contamination “exceeded all limits.” Ideas on how to solve the problem from Spain and the UK

    In a few years, Spain will abandon non-organic packaging for fruits and vegetables. By 2030, the country plans to switch to packaging that is suitable for recycling completely. In 2023, Spanish supermarkets will ban the sale of fruits and vegetables in plastic packaging, reported the Ministry of Environmental Transformation of Spain, The Local writes. The […]

    Climate and Biodiversity Week took place at Expo 2020 Dubai

    Climate and Biodiversity Week at Expo 2020 Dubai took place on 3-9 October. The main topic of the events was “galvanizing the world into action to protect our planet,” the Dubai government states. Tapestry of events mobilized climate action; Christiana Figueres, Damilola Ogunbiyi, Jake Norton, and Sir Tim Smit became speakers. Theme Week is the […]

    Pandemic lessons. European cities introduce new projects for the development of the urban environment – why these practices are useful

    The crisis is not only a drop in the economy and changing the usual lifestyle, but also the window of opportunities for change. The COVID-19 pandemic stopped city life around the world, but also made it possible to restart it on new basic. Let’s get to know what this restart is, thankfully to the “Knife” […]

    The UN named factors that cause famine spread

    The spread of hunger on the globe contributes to five factors: COVID-19, climate variability, conflicts, cost and availability of healthy eating, and slowing the economy and its recession. Only through the COVID-19, another 140 million people were below the poverty line. This during events dedicated to the World Food Day, within the framework of Expo-2020 […]