Almost 90% of the $540bn in global subsidies given to farmers every year are “harmful”, a startling UN report has found. This agricultural support damages people’s health, fuels the climate crisis, destroys nature and drives inequality by excluding smallholder farmers, many of whom are women, according to the UN agencies.
More than two thousand leading scientists and academics have called on world leaders to commit to a new fossil fuel ‘non-proliferation treaty’, committing to urgently phase out the use of coal, gas and oil in response to the emerging threats posed by climate change.
Almost half a trillion dollars of support a year harms people’s health, the climate and drives inequality.
Bangladesh has immense potential to utilize the Blue Economy concept for the betterment of its economy. To attain the expected goal different stakeholders should work together. Some recommendations can be drawn below for the useful implementation of the Blue Economy concept in our country.
Cutting greenhouse gas emissions quickly would save tens of millions of lives worldwide, a new study finds. It’s the latest indication that climate change is deadly to humans, and that the benefits of transitioning to a cleaner economy could be profound.
The Africa Islands Climate Commission which is chaired by Seychelles strongly supports the newly launched African Union Green Recovery Action Plan, said President Wavel Ramkalawan. The Green Recovery Action Plan
Governments need to tailor their financial support to citizens and organizations in response to COVID-19. The IMF recommends targeted support to vulnerable houses and focused support to viable firms. Support
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19 October 2018 – The City of London Corporation has developed a long-term Transport Strategy, which aims to tackle air quality, congestion and road danger within the Square Mile, where over
9 October 2018 – According to a new WHO study, the tobacco industry emits as much carbon emissions as some entire countries, and causes massive damage to ecosystems. Governments therefore should