Tag archives for climate volatility
Tomorrow marks the start of the Abu Dhabi Ascent, a two-day high level meeting the UN has called to push forward global action on climate change.
Ceres and BICEP announced over 100 ski areas, including iconic resorts such as Squaw Valley and Park City, signed the Climate Declaration.
Saudi Arabia claims it will invest $109 billion in order to generate 30% of its domestic energy needs by 2032, and Qatar is not far behind.
Many youth organizations are frustrated with the United Nation’s slow pace at COP18 and are taking matters in their own hands.
COP18, or the 18th United Nations Climate Change Conference, has opened in Doha, and as usual, tensions will be high between richer and poorer countries
The supermarket chain Sainsbury’s announced “ugly fruits and vegetables” will now be available for purchase in its UK stores because the ongoing drought.
While Peru, Brazil and Mexico are developing ambitious sustainability agendas, Argentina and Cristina Kirchner are falling far behind.
The Dubai Green Economy Partnership seeks to groom new economic opportunities by encouraging green technologies and entrepreneurship.
Siemens demonstrated its commitment to energy efficiency and sustainable development in the Gulf region with a new two year research and development agreement with Qatar University.
Fox News is at it again. Could wind farms possibly contribute to global warming? Perhaps at the earth’s surface. One study in west Texas has found some interesting conclusions.
With oil and gas more valuable on world markets it makes pragmatic sense for Qatar to export these resources rather than consume them voraciously at home.
Food waste is a huge problem around the world because of the greenhouse gas methane, far more potent than other emissions that can contribute to climate volatility.