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Opinion-Winning the Electrification Race

Opinion

Winning the Electrification Race

Electricity will dominate the future global energy system. Currently, it accounts for only 20% of final energy demand, with direct fossil-fuel use still dominant in transport, heating, and heavy industry. But most economic activities can be powered by electricity, and many will be far more efficient once electrified
Serbia one of vice presidents of next UN climate conference

Serbia one of vice presidents of next UN climate conference

The Ministry of Environmental Protection stated last night that Serbia had been selected as one of the vice presidents of the next United Nations...

Nordic countries agree on closer cooperation to tackle the climate crisis

At their meeting in Helsinki on Friday 25 January, the Prime Ministers and ministers responsible for climate issues of the Nordic countries decided to...
Mother Nature vs. Climate Change Polar Bear

Martha Rojas-Urrego

Mother Nature vs. Climate Change

The Paris accord was concluded by 196 Governments last December and came into force earlier last month. Several conference events specifically focus on how countries can use natural systems to meet their CO2-reduction targets
GEF Grant Targets Serbian Forests

Environment

GEF Grant Targets Serbian Forests

Serbia’s forests will benefit from a 3.2-million-dollar grant approved by the Council of the Global Environment Facility (GEF), which will finance a four-year FAO...
Environment and Health: Outdoor and Indoor Pollution

EU

Environment and Health: Outdoor and Indoor Pollution

A clean environment is essential for human health and well-being. However, the interactions between the environment and human health are highly complex and difficult...
Clean Sky Programme

The European Union

News From The EU
Record Support for Advancing Paris Climate Agreement

Record Support for Advancing Paris Climate Agreement

In an extraordinary show of support for the Paris climate agreement adopted last December, 175 countries signed the Paris Agreement at a ceremony at...
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