Published: Dec 28, 2021
Following Thailands pledge to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 and Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2065, the Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP) in collaboration with Thai-German Climate Programme – Policy, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, organised a symposium titled “COP26 Debrief: Global Future, Thai Future” on 16 December 2021 at the Ballroom, Centara Grand Hotel Central Ladprao, Bangkok, to disseminate and summarise the results of the 26th session of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 26).
Published: Nov 14, 2021
Many world leaders and activists expressed disappointment this weekend with the climate deal that emerged from two weeks of heated negotiations in Glasgow, Scotland - warning that countries will have to strengthen their commitments if they want to avert disastrous consequences and help at-risk nations cope with the damage thats already occurring from climate change.
Published: Nov 14, 2021
GLASGOW, Scotland - Exhausted negotiators from nearly 200 nations struck a deal Saturday intended to propel the world toward more urgent climate action, but without offering the transformative breakthrough scientists say must happen if humanity is to avert disastrous planetary warming.
Published: Nov 13, 2021
Developed countries need to take seriously the concerns of developing countries over such core issues as finance and adaptation. They must also strive to deliver on promises made a long time ago, to enhance mutual trust and ensure the success of COP26, the head of the Chinese delegation to COP26 said.
Published: Nov 10, 2021
Alok Sharma, the president of this years COP26 talks in Glasgow, Scotland, has promised to speak frankly about what is getting accomplished - or not - at the most-watched climate summit in years. On Tuesday, that meant a dash of realism with his usual hopefulness.
Published: Nov 09, 2021
The seasons are strange now in Beverly Longids home of Cordillera, in the Philippines. The crops dont ripen at the usual times. The sun beats down hotter than ever before. The springs she always relied on for water have run dry.
Published: Nov 07, 2021
GLASGOW, Scotland - The pomp and promises that marked the initial days of the COP26 climate conference here are giving way to the difficult task of hammering out an agreement on what nations will actually do together to combat global warming - and how.