The post-Soviet state has increased its climate ambition but campaigners say it could do more to insulate draughty housing and promote clean energy.
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China’s post-pandemic economic stimulus spending on green projects shows there is room for improvement: Greenpeace
Only 15 per cent of China’s newly added post-Covid-19 national and municipal bonds went to green, sustainable, or low-carbon projects, says Greenpeace. China approved a fiscal stimulus package of 6.35 trillion yuan (US$984 billion) in May last year to help the country’s economic recovery after the pandemic.
The UK government’s spending plans on tackling climate change “don’t add up” to its ambitions, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has warned.
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.
Large economies have pledged at least $292bn in COVID relief for fossil-fuel intensive industries, researchers say. Rising oil prices are testing the developing world’s resolve
TORONTO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The number of cities working to replace fossil fuels with renewable energy surged in 2020, representing a quarter of the
Established prices would be easier to meet than a patchwork of regulations and mandates By Corbin Hiar Carbon capture and storage, green hydrogen, and massive deployments
By STEPHEN STAPCZYNSKI The world’s governments will need to significantly increase the cost of emitting carbon dioxide in order to keep global warming at bay. That’s
The American Petroleum Institute may come out in favor of a carbon price, a sign of Washington’s dramatic move toward climate-friendly policy. By Jennifer A Dlouhy and Leslie Kaufman