Indonesian Power Rangers – Global Issues

Ega, known by her nickname, was one of 15 women selected to participate in the UNDP-supported Perempuan Inspiratif Mitra Polhut (Inspiring Women to Collaborate with Forest Rangers) initiative, which aims to protect Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park and empower nearby communities . “I have always been passionate about nature and conservation. I grew up in … Read more

EU governments sued for violating human rights through climate inaction

Released: 24/03/2023 – 08:53Changed, 24/03/2023 – 08:55 Citizens affected by climate change are suing the governments of more than 30 European countries at the European Court of Human Rights in three separate cases, claiming that state inaction has violated their human rights. They are the first such cases to be heard at the court in … Read more

5 things you need to know about the 2023 UN Water Conference – Global Issues

Water is the foundation of sustainable development. It supports all aspects of life on Earth, and access to safe and clean water is a basic human right. However, decades of mismanagement and abuse have exacerbated water stress, threatening many aspects of life that depend on this important resource. © UNICEF Clean water is important for … Read more

The world’s most polluted cities and countries, according to IQAir

Early morning commuters make their way through fog and mist on a street in Lahore on January 3, 2023. Arif Ali |: AFP |: Getty Images: About 90% of the global population will experience unhealthy air quality in 2022, and only six countries will meet the World Health Organization’s recommendations for safe levels of air … Read more

Head of the United Nations. “Cold, hard facts” must guide climate policy

The head of the United Nations has called on scientists to present “cold, hard facts” to push governments to adopt policies that curb climate change before a key global warming threshold is passed. BERLIN — The head of the United Nations called on scientists on Monday to present “cold, hard facts” to push governments to … Read more

The US should fully fund natural gas

Cheniere Energy President and CEO Jack Fusco, right, is applauded as he rings the opening bell. … [+] New York Stock Exchange, Wednesday, February 5, 2020 (AP Photo/Richard Drew) Copyright 2019 Associated Press. All rights reserved I apologize in advance for going on so long here, but print because I feel this is important. I … Read more

The food system is terrible for the climate. It shouldn’t be

As people’s incomes rise, they tend to shift from “starchy staples” such as grains, potatoes and roots to meat and dairy. “You’d think there would be a lot of cultural variation in these patterns between human populations,” said Thomas Tomich, a food systems economist at the University of California, Davis, who was not involved in … Read more

The world’s largest oil corporation will lead the negotiations on climate change in 2023.

Credit: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Opinion: author: Gadir Lavadents, Pablo Fajardo Mendoza (Quito, Ecuador / La Paz, Bolivia) Monday, February 27, 2023 Inter press service QUITO, Ecuador / LA PAZ, Bolivia, Feb 27 (IPS) – Sultan Al Jaber, chief executive of the twelfth largest oil producer, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company … Read more

Climate change in Sudan. global issues

Sudanese women farmers are encouraged to play a more active role in their communities. The livelihoods of many farming families are at risk due to the cumulative effects of conflict, economic and political instability, combined with increased water consumption as a result of population growth and agricultural development. climate change is the last threat. Women … Read more