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06.04.2020 -   Cyclone pounds Vanuatu, levelling buildings, amid virus shutdown
Travel restrictions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus - yet to be reported in Vanuatu - are hampering aid after the powerful storm
 
05.04.2020 -   EU Supports Consultations on Water Resource Management in Georgia
The current reform and remaining challenges in Georgia’s water sector were the focus of the 7th steering committee meeting of the National Policy Dialogue on Integrated Water Resource Management on 5 March.
 
03.04.2020 - Climate-related disasters increase risks of conflict in vulnerable countries, research shows
Researchers have found strong evidence that the risk for armed conflict is higher after a climate-related disaster, but only in vulnerable countries.
 
02.04.2020 - Climate disasters seen increasing conflict risk in large countries
Countries with large populations and low levels of development are most likely to see a rise in the risk of armed conflict after extreme weather events, according to a new study that researchers said underscored the need to boost their resilience.
 
31.03.2020 - Barclays станет климатически-нейтральным банком к 2050 году
Британский банк Barclays, один из крупнейших транснациональных банков взял на себя обязательство согласовать всю финансовую деятельность с Парижским климатическим соглашением.
 
30.03.2020 - India's women seaweed divers swim against the tide of climate change
Coastal women who have long dived for a harvest are now battling global-warming driven changes to keep their profession alive
 
30.03.2020 - Japan’s New Climate Commitment Falls Woefully Short. Here’s How to Improve It.
Today Japan announced the national climate plan — its nationally determined contribution (NDC) — that it will submit to the United Nations. Unfortunately, it is no stronger than the one submitted five years ago, keeping in place a top-line target to reduce emissions 26% by 2030 from 2013 levels. Japan is doing so despite its status as a major economy with access to advanced technologies and the fact that low-carbon options, especially renewable energy, are more affordable than ever before. Other than a few references to recent policy developments, Japan’s submission explicitly leaves its national plan unchanged.
 
29.03.2020 - Coronavirus lockdowns give Europe's cities cleaner air
Cities including Brussels, Paris, Madrid, Milan and Frankfurt have seen less air pollution since lockdown
 
26.03.2020 - UK greenhouse gas emissions fell 3.6% in 2019 - provisional govt data
Greenhouse gas emissions fell 3.6% last year in Britain, dropping for the seventh year running, driven by the shift from coal use in power generation to renewables, provisional government data showed on Thursday.
 
25.03.2020 - Climate change set to make extreme heat more common - and costly
Dangerous heat and humidity could affect 1.2 billion people by the turn of the century if global warming goes unchecked, scientists say
 
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