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Which countries have a net zero carbon goal

An increasing number of governments are translating that into national strategy, setting out visions of a carbon-free future. Is it enough? Of course not. But it is becoming the benchmark for leadership on the world stage.

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Bacolod youth coalition heeds global call to strike for climate justice on May 24

Youth for Climate Hope, a Bacolod-based environmental youth coalition, is gearing up to join the #FridaysForFuture second international call to strike for the climate with “Istorya Klima,” an interactive community event at 3 pm on Friday, May 24, at the Bacolod Public Plaza.

located in the rhenish mining area, the lignite-fired power plant niederaussem is germany's second largest coal-fired power plant

Germany to miss 2030 climate goal without coal phase out

Germany will miss its greenhouse gas reduction targets for 2030 in all economic sectors, if no additional climate action measures are taken, according to a report on Germany’s emissions projections for the years until 2035, commissioned by the federal government.

climate change activists demonstrate as they block roads around the bank of england in threadneedle street

Extinction Rebellion protesters stop traffic in City of London

Protesters are periodically forming human blockades across roads in the capital’s financial hub, occupying the street and halting traffic for seven minutes before allowing vehicles to pass, and then repeating the action.

‘protecting the natural world is now humanity’s greatest mission, so this change of tack from the mps’ pension fund is very welcome,’ said green party mp caroline lucas

UK parliament pension fund takes first step towards fossil fuel divestment

While stopping short of a promise to fully divest from fossil fuels, the pledge by the trustees marks an important first step towards assessing and reducing the effect of the pension fund’s investments – which are ultimately paid for by the taxpayer – on climate change.

edinburgh science has accepted funding from shell, total, exxon and the scottish oil club

Edinburgh science festival charity bans fossil fuel sponsorship

Edinburgh Science faced protests from activists for taking money from oil firms. The charity running the Edinburgh international science festival is to ban sponsorship from oil companies including Shell and Total after protests by climate campaigners.

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