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Niger called Thursday for a UN resolution formally linking climate change and security issues around the world but Russia, China and India opposed the idea.
The concerns surrounding climate change and global warming have accelerated the shift towards clean energy solutions.
We’ve seen NFTs become big hits in different fields and industries, as well as helping to aid different causes.
Dubliners want the Government to prioritise the use of renewable energy to power and heat the capital’s homes, but fear they won’t be able to afford retrofitting costs.
Boycotting the Beijing Winter Olympics, speeding up the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, and proceedings against Poland and Hungary should be high on the French agenda during the upcoming EU Council Presidency.
Saudi Arabia’s Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Thursday concluded a two-day visit to the Qatari capital, Doha, aimed at bolstering relations.
Klaus Iohannis stressed that progress in the field of human rights is a key component in ensuring the safety and security of communities, individuals and institutions against anti-Semitism, xenophobia, radicalization and hate speech.
RIYADH: Continuing his tour of Gulf countries in the run-up to the annual Gulf Cooperation Council summit, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived on Wednesday evening in the Qatari capital Doha, where he was expected to build on the past year’s progress on reconciliation.
U.S. Chargé d’Affaires in Ukraine Christina Quinn announced on Dec. 9 that Washington will be applying new sanctions against a number of corrupt people, among whom, she hinted, are Ukrainian citizens.