Home Contact Sitemap
 
 Română  English
 
 
News
08.01.2021 - Pandemic delays leave many nations facing climate action catch-up in 2021
Less than half of countries that committed to strengthening their climate action targets in 2020 did so by the end of last year, as the pandemic slowed climate diplomacy and efforts to update national plans, a developing-nation group said on Friday.
sursa   
 
07.01.2021 - ANALYSIS-Thin Democratic control of Senate offers Biden chance for steps on climate
Democratic control of the Senate offers President-elect Joe Biden an opportunity to advance parts of his climate agenda, but the paper-thin majority likely puts sweeping global warming legislation beyond reach.
sursa // https://news.trust.org/item/20210107110130-qn5pf/   
 
06.01.2021 - Climate-smart farming for western Nepal villages eases migration pressure
Ram Bahadur Rayamajhi worked in a furniture shop in India for nearly 15 years but returned to his home village in western Nepal's Pyuthan district several years ago, after suffering from a nerve problem.
sursa   
 
27.12.2020 - Hungry for change: Faulty food systems laid bare by COVID-19 and climate crises
From wildfires in California and locust attacks in Ethiopia to job losses caused by pandemic lockdowns in Italy and Myanmar, climate change and COVID-19 disrupted food production and tipped millions more people into hunger in 2020.
sursa   
 
23.12.2020 - ANALYSIS-Climate could pay the price as Europe's nuclear plants age
Nuclear power capacity able to supply roughly 60 million homes is scheduled to close this decade as utilities struggle to replace northwest Europe's ageing reactors, raising the risk of higher carbon emissions as fossil fuels plug the gap.
sursa // https://news.trust.org/item/20201223105824-kdz6c/   
 
23.12.2020 - 2020 in review: Covid delayed climate action, but raised hopes of a green recovery
As 2020 draws to a close, we look back at Climate Home News’ reporting of a year defined by the coronavirus pandemic
 
21.12.2020 - U.S. federal spending bill includes funding to combat climate change
The bill providing coronavirus aid and funding the U.S. government that is expected to be approved on Monday contains measures to address climate change, including limiting the use of a potent greenhouse gas in refrigerants and extending tax incentives for wind and solar energy.
sursa   
 
18.12.2020 - Climate change could create 63 million migrants in South Asia by 2050
The growing impacts of climate change have already pushed more than 18 million people to migrate within South Asian countries, but that could more than triple in three decades if global warming continues on its current path, researchers warned on Friday.
sursa   
 
16.12.2020 - Record climate disasters in Asia-Pacific push millions to 'breaking point'
Asia-Pacific has faced a record number of climate-related disasters in 2020, affecting tens of millions of vulnerable people already hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Red Cross said on Wednesday.
sursa   
 
10.12.2020 - Fight climate change like we battle COVID-19, says Paris Accord's chief negotiator
Laurent Fabius, the Frenchman who brought down the gavel to seal the Paris Accord on climate change five years ago, said he wished world powers had fought global warming as resolutely as they have confronted the coronavirus pandemic.
sursa   
 
Details: News
Poll
How did you find the Web address of the Climate Change Office?
From Radio
From TV
From friends
From newspapers
Home   Contact   Sitemap
visits: 1826742
top
B2B and B2C solutions , Branding & Graphic Design Services,Website Design and Development , E-Commerce Systems,Software Application Architecture and Development,Multimedia solutions , 2D/3D modeling & animation solutions,Video & Post Production Made in Trimaran
 
CLIMATE CHANGE – phenomenon background   /   INTERNATIONAL FRAMEWORK   /   NATIONAL FRAMEWORK   /   RESEARCH AND MODELLING   /   DOCUMENTS
Phone. +373 22 232247   /  Fax. +373 22 232247

Address: #156а, Mitropolit Dosoftei St., off. 37, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova