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G-7 Nations pledge to accelerate efforts against Global Warming

Environment ministers from seven industrialised nations or G7 grouping agreed to accelerate efforts against global warming during a two-day virtual meeting hosted by United Kingdom, holding presidency of G7 currently. Highlights They also committed to stop government support for new coal-fired power plants by the end of 2021. Extended support to limit global temperature rises ..

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Net Zero Producer Forum

Saudi Arabia recently announced that it is to join Canada, US, Qatar and Norway in forming the Net Zero Producers Forum. Net Zero Producers Forum The forum has been formed for the oil and gas producers to discuss how to support the implementation of Paris Agreement on Climate Change. It aims to develop pragmatic net ..

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Israel: National plan to reduce 80% GHG emissions by 2050

The Ministry of Energy of Israel recently announced a National Plan to reduce 80% of Greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 as compared to that of 2015. About the plan The plan aims to shut down all coal-fired power plants by 2025. It aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the electricity sector by 75% to ..

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Global Wind Report-2021

Global Wind Report 2021 was published by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) on March 25, 2021. Highlights Though, 2020 was a record year for global wind power industry, but this report warns that there is a need to install new wind power capacity three times faster by next decade in order to achieve global ..

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UK plans to become Net Zero Carbon Emission Economy

The UK has unveiled a 2050 net zero emission target law. This makes Britain the first major G7economy to legislate with an end date for its contribution to global warming. The law puts a legally binding commitment for the UK to end its contribution to climate change in just over 30 years. The UK government ..

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