DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Dubai's glitzy skyline was obscured by a blanket of smog rated as "unhealthy" on Sunday as thousands of delegates attended a COP28 conference dedicated to the harmful effects of air pollution.
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PARIS: The world may cross the crucial 1.5 Celsius global warming threshold in seven years as fossil fuel CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions continue to rise, scientists warned Tuesday, urging countries at the COP28 talks to «act now» on coal, oil and gas pollution.
PARIS, France — The world may cross the crucial 1.5C global warming threshold in seven years as fossil fuel CO2 emissions continue to rise, scientists warned Tuesday, urging countries at the COP28 talks to "act now" on coal, oil and gas pollution.
PH inks agreement with World Economic Forum on blue carbon, national plastic actions – Presidential Communications Office
The Philippines and the World Economic Forum (WEF) have signed an agreement on blue carbon ecosystem and address plastic pollution at the sidelines of the 28th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
PARIS, France — Growing calls for the world to come to grips with the many ways that global warming affects human health have prompted the first day dedicated to the issue at crunch UN climate talks starting next week.
PARIS, France — The president of a pivotal UN climate summit defended on Saturday the large presence of industry representatives at the negotiations, saying private sector engagement was essential to curb global heating.
NAIROBI, Kenya — The latest negotiations toward a global plastic treaty concluded late Sunday with disagreement about how the pact should work and frustration from environment groups over delays and lack of progress.
KANDAL, Cambodia — A giant, snarling gorilla rears from the peaceful paddy fields on the outskirts of the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh, made entirely from old tires by a Cambodian artist keen to encourage others to reuse materials in their work.