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A Security Council meeting on Thursday (22 September) is expected to reflect on the new developments in the Ukraine war and the topic of discussion will be how to respond to Russia’s threats and the campaign to call up 300,000 reservists.
A total of 14 coal-fired plants with Chinese backing have entered into operation in the world, mostly in Asia, since China pledged to end support for coal capacity construction overseas at this time last year, a new report from the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) showed.
Europe and other developed countries must take “positive action” to implement climate change goals as geopolitical uncertainties threaten to undermine their efforts, China’s top climate envoy told his German counterpart.
A planned EU ban on the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles, expected to come into force in 2035, will create economic and social risks for Europe at a time of high geopolitical uncertainty, a coalition of fuel manufacturers has told European policymakers.
The cities of Paris and New York have joined a coalition of associations and local authorities that are suing oil major TotalEnergies for failing to adequately fight climate change, the coalition said in a statement on Wednesday (21 September).
The flooding in Nigeria is extreme.
At one time, it was the largest city in the world, thought to be home to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, as well as the legendary Tower of Babel.
Climate activists are calling for the resignation of World Bank President David Malpass after he failed to state that he accepts the scientific consensus on climate change.
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi chaired on September 20 the Ministerial Meeting of the Group of Friends of the Global Development Initiative (GDI).