The UN General Assembly is set to open debate in its 78th session tomorrow. The over ambitious theme of this session is, “Rebuilding trust and reigniting global solidarity: Accelerating action on the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals towards peace, prosperity, progress and the sustainability
The world is going through its toughest time facing disastrous effects of global warming which threatens the existence of the world. At the time of hardship the Global Climate Action Summit in Dubai will play a huge role and the whole world is optimistic that the COP28 conference will achieve fruitful results
Faced with a growing energy crisis and increasing extreme weather events, COP27 also seeks renewed solidarity between countries, to deliver on the landmark Paris Agreement, for people and the planet.
As the UN Conference on Climate Change, COP27, began at Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt, United Arab Emirates’ Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) Director-General Christer Viktorsson told Arab News’ Frankly Speaking television show that nuclear power is one of the solutions to dealing with the crisis of climate change, though it is not the only solution.
"I think it's very exciting that the UAE, an OPEC member, is going to host COP28, and it's so important that you have an oil and gas producing nation step up and say we understand the challenge of the climate crisis,” Kerry told Reuters in an interview.
“Stakeholders for a cohesive and sustainable world” is the theme of the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, taking place in Davos this week. Topics the summit
More than 100 climate tech startups are showcasing their work at COP28 UAE’s Start Up Village in the Green Zone. Operating in diverse sectors such as sustainable transport and agriculture, solar energy, and several others, these startups are offering innovative solutions that can contribute to a low-carbon
More than 100 world leaders are gearing up for the much-awaited UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), which will take place next month in Glasgow.
The move by the Arab Youth Council for Climate Change (AYCCC) to increase the knowledge and skills of Arab youth in global climate action is praiseworthy, to say the least. It inked a pact with Posterity Institute, a UK-based think tank specialising in sustainable development and climate change, to this effect.
Countries have until the end of next year to ensure their climate commitments meet the Paris agreement’s cap on global warming. But who will check that their promises really do stack up? The question is so sensitive that, for now, the answer is: