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Россия: переход от углеводородных к возобновляемым источникам энергии

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По самым оптимистичным прогнозам учёных разведанных запасов нефти и газа в Российской Федерации на сегодняшний день хватит на 50-60 лет, угля и антрацитов – на 200. Есть ещё законсервированные месторождения...
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Turkey: Ne yapıyoruz biz?

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Türkiye 2017 yılının ilk 6 ayı için elektrik enerjisi üretimi %35’ini dogalgazdan, %24’ünü hidro enerjiden, %32’ini kömürden ve sadece %9 gibi küçük miktarını hidro hariç yenilenebilir kaynaklardan üretiyor. Türkiye’de mevcut...
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If We Don’t Take Heed, Lamu Might Soon Become a Legendary Fairy Tale

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It has been hailed as one of the oldest and best preserved ‘Swahili settlements in the world, a site of cultural exchange with European, Persian and Indian Cultures for over...
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Moving towards Clean Energy in Nepal

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I consider myself lucky to be a 90’s kid because I have had the chance to witness the transition of energy trends within the country. I grew up between those...
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How a Climate Tracker fellowship helped shape our lives

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Whenever we conduct workshops or trainings, one of the questions that people always ask is how we came to work for Climate Tracker. How did we start? When did our...
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Charcoal briquettes deliver 50% more heat for each dollar spent than wood logs

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BLOCKS of compressed coal dust, mixed with wood chips or biomas, oftenly called briquettes; can deliver around 50 per cent more heat for each dollar spent than wood logs, a...
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Se reveiller dans les vagues de la mer ou sur terre, Psychose du Lendemain

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Dormir sous l’effet de la peur n’est pas bon pour la santé. Et pourtant, c’est devenu le quotidien de ceux qui résistent encore à l’avancée de la mère dans le...
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Nepal: A country battling climate change

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Having been a least developed country for decades now, Nepal has compromised and struggled a lot for its development endeavors. Even before climate change started posing its threats, it was...
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Togo : La mer sort de son lit et envahit les populations de la côte à Aného

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Aného est une ville historique du Togo (Afrique de l’Ouest) située sur la côte (océan atlantique) à 50 kilomètres à l’Est de Lomé la capitale. Cette ville est menacée de...
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Climate Change: A leading driver of language loss

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Several Nuatambu islanders watched their homes get washed into the sea and disappear due to rising sea levels along the solomon islands forcing them to leave their traditional lands to...
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Climate Change Impacts in Water Resources: A Case of Nepal

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Natural scenic landscape and biodiversity, high Himalayas, incomparable cultural heritages and other numerous peculiarities have made Nepal well-known in the world with a distinct image. However, we cannot ignore few...
Md. Abdullah (age 15) suffering from diarrhoea for a few days, going to district hospital. Waterborne diseases like diarrhoea, dysentery, skin diseases, are very common in Satkhira. Bangladesh is one of the countries most vulnerable to the effects of climate change. The regular and severe natural hazards that Bangladesh already suffers from – tropical cyclones, river erosion, flood, landslides and drought – are all set to increase in intensity and frequency as a result of climate change. Sea level rise will increasingly inundate coastal land in Bangladesh and dramatic coastal and river erosion will destroy lands and homes. These and the many other adverse effects of climate change will severely impact the economy and development of the country.One of the most dramatic impacts will be the forced movement of people throughout Bangladesh as a result of losing their homes, lands, property and livelihoods to the effects of climate change. While it is impossible to predict completely accurate figures of how many people will be displaced by climate change, the best current estimates state that sea level rise alone will displace 18 million Bangladeshis within the next 40 years. The vast majority of these people will be displaced within Bangladesh – not across international borders – presenting the Government with enormous challenges, particularly when it comes to finding places to live and work for those displaced.

In photos: Climate Crisis in Bangladesh

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Bangladesh is one of the countries most vulnerable to the effects of climate change. The regular and severe natural hazards that Bangladesh already suffers from – tropical cyclones, river erosion,...
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To polluE – to peyE (tu pollues, tu paies)

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Les Mauriciens se souviendront du slogan « To zeT- to taC » : celui qui pollue l’environnement en jetant ses déchets risque une amende. Extrapolons ce slogan vis-à-vis des industries qui polluent. Si...
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Ghana faces tidal waves, heavy rains, floods over the weekend

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The impacts of climate change comes in different forms often alternating with time and the seasons. However, the geography of a place can lead to a double, or more burden...
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Girl Power in The Face of Climate Change

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Mitigating Climate Change starts with an idea, an inspiration that would lead to opening new doors and, all it takes to make progress in the fight against this apocalyptic change...
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Consuma Consciente y Simplifique si Vida, El Planeta se lo Agradecerá

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Según estudios realizados por FAO indican que el 20% de la población mundial se beneficia del 80% de los recursos del planeta. El impacto ambiental generado por la extracción insostenible de...
Greenpeace Activists assemble a four-meter replica of a smole-spewing coal plant at the main entrance of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) headquarters in Manila on Monday, April 18, 2007. The Banks has been under heavy criticism lately for extensively funding fossil fuel projects in Asia which have massively contributed  to the region's greenhouse gas emissions and abetted dangerous climate change. The protest came two weeks ahead of the Bank's Annual Governor's Meeting in Kyoto, birthplace of the Kyoto Protocol, the only legally-binding global agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.Greenpeace/Luis Liwanag

Asian Development Bank grilled by NGOs for coal investments

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YOKOHAMA, JAPAN—More than 5,000 people participated in ADB's 50th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors held on May 4-7, 2017. One of the key agenda discussed was ADB’s decarbonization...
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The Danger of Allowing Polluters Inside the UN Climate Talks

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The involvement of polluting companies inside the UN Climate Negotiations through organisations such as the United States Chamber of Commerce, the National Mining Association, Fuels Europe, and the Business Council...
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Cooperation trumps Trump

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By Fabian Knödler-Thoma   After a careful staging and keeping the global public in suspense for weeks, President Trump announced that the US will withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement….