Tag: emissions

    Without help for oil-producing countries, net-zero by 2050 is a distant dream
    07 Sep 2021

    To meet climate targets and avoid economic collapse, countries such as Iraq need international support in the transition to clean energy, Ali Allawi and Fatih Birol state in the article for The Guardian. Ali Allawi is deputy prime minister and finance minister of Iraq. Fatih Birol is the executive director of the International Energy Agency. […]

    UAE sets new climate standard for Gulf with goal of net-zero carbon dioxide emissions
    04 Sep 2021

    The UAE could become the first Gulf state to set a net-zero goal, raising questions over emissions of fossil fuels produced to power the global economy, Al-Monitor states. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is considering setting a net-zero goal, people familiar with the discussions told Bloomberg. If the federation of seven sheikhdoms and nearly 10 […]

    Mubadala Petroleum achieves 25pc emission reduction
    01 Sep 2021

    Mubadala Petroleum has recorded a 25% reduction in Greenhouse Gas emissions over the last three years due to a targeted strategy that embeds its footprint as a responsible, affordable, and long-term energy provider. Publishing its 2020 Annual Sustainability Report, which details the company’s approach and impact on crucial Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) parameters across […]

    The EU and Japan have agreed to form a “green” alliance
    03 Jun 2021

    The European Union and Japan will create a “green” alliance to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, European commission reports. Such agreements were reached by the countries during the EU-Japan bilateral summit. “Today we have reached a new milestone: the green alliance between the EU and Japan,” said European Council President Charles Michel on Thursday at […]