Ljubljana – Umanotera, a Slovenian environmental NGO, has called on Europe to increase its carbon emission reduction goal to at least 65% in the wake of the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, which the organisation finds has not met the great expectations with the global commitments far from what needs to be done to mitigate the climate emergency on time.
Ljubljana – The Environment Ministry said that significant progress had been made at the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, while further efforts would be needed to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. It quoted Minister Andrej Vizjak expressing satisfaction that the Slovenian EU presidency was able to contribute to the overall result.
Nearly 200 nations came together on Nov. 13 on a global deal to combat climate change after two weeks of painful negotiation, but fell short of what science says is needed to contain dangerous temperature rises.
Rich countries stood accused of failing at the COP26 summit in Glasgow to deliver much-needed finance to vulnerable states at risk of drought, rising seas, fire and storms.
A group of experts and leaders of various non-governmental organizations from Turkey launched a new environmentalist initiative on Nov. 3 at the U.N. climate summit currently underway in Glasgow, Scotland.
The "Love Flower Alliance," which aims to sustain a "livable ecosystem" was launched at the U.N. Climate Change Conference, or known as COP26 this year.
G20 leaders gather for a second day of their Rome summit on Oct. 31, with all eyes on whether they can deliver a meaningful commitment on climate change ahead of crucial U.N. talks.
The Group of 20 major economies emit nearly 80 percent of carbon emissions, and a promise of action would provide a much-needed boost to COP26 climate talks starting in Glasgow on Oct. 31.