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08.04.2020 -   Energy Impact Partners: A primer on the next three decades of the energy transition - Part 3
Energy Impact Partners research lead, Andy Lubershane, releases a five-part series examining technologies needed to fully decarbonize the energy system, relying on as few technology “moonshots” as possible.
 
07.04.2020 - Experts Take Forward UNFCCC Climate Technology Work in Virtual Meeting
Climate technology experts representing developed and developing countries met virtually last week and discussed how governments can more effectively green their economies and prepare for the inevitable impacts of climate change.
 
07.04.2020 - Climate Week NYC to go ahead in 2020 as organisers announce new virtual platform
Climate Week NYC will still go ahead in September 2020 with launch of new virtual platform.
 
06.04.2020 - New report argues oceans can be restored by 2050
Scientists have found that the world's oceans are surprisingly resilient, despite the endless waste and pollution humanity has invoked on them.
 
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 Action’s response to COVID-19 and COP26 postponement
Climate Action's statement in response to COP26 being postponed to 2021.
 
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 - UN Steps Up Response to Climate-Related Security Risks
The United Nations is stepping up efforts to address climate-related security risks amid growing recognition of the role of climate change in exacerbating the risk of conflicts.
 
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.
 
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