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The global climate agreement is now officially in force.
The situation in Egypt is more complicated than simply seeking funding or new technology, says researcher
Brazil has followed the US and China as the third-largest country for emissions to ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change. Major emitters Russia, India, Japan and Germany have still to sign up to the accord.
The leaders of the world’s most important nations are in China this weekend for the annual G20 meeting. Among the hopes for this year’s summit: New China-US joint commitments to fight climate change could be on the menu.
As the G20 summit takes place in Huangzhou, China, not only business and finance will be discussed – climate change is also high on the agenda, due to the growing financial risks that climate change present.
Egypt further advocates for funding of the Africa Renewable Energy Initiative
Going organic can make vineyards more resilient to climate change. But this summer, warm, wet weather in Germany has brought an infection farmers say they cannot effectively fight without synthetic
It’s important to have a common stance and vision towards the Paris agreement, says minister
19 of the world’s 78 whale species currently live in the Mediterranean Sea, says researcher
UN climate change envoy Mary Robinson has called the UK and Germany to account over their commitment to the terms of last year’s global agreement in Paris. She has accused them of backtracking.
Britain’s new prime minister Theresa May has scrapped the UK’s climate ministry and appointed a climate skeptic as environment minister. In a post-Brexit world, Europe’s climate protection policy could be in trouble.
Climate change, a growing population and food market speculation mean in the future it will be more difficult to feed the world. How can we make sure everyone has enough to eat in an age of global interdependence?
Scientists have been able to more directly link extreme weather – like the floods that hit Central Europe last month – to climate change. A changed climate could also mean hotter summers – and with that, more deaths.
Contemporary environmental malpractices are religiously prohibited, say the scholars
As world leaders prepare for the COP22 in Marrakesh, Egypt highlights its vulnerability
Fahmy is expected to give a speech on behalf of AMCEN leaders during his two-day visit
Extreme weather is increasing toxins in our food – which can be fatal. As temperatures keep rising, it seems the problem will only get worse. DW interviews a chief scientist at UNEP.
Attempts to adjust Egypt’s approach to climate change have gained new ground, but is it too late?
Both the UN Environment Programme and the UN Climate Change Convention are getting new leaders. UNEP will be led by a former environment minister of Norway and UNFCCC by Mexico’s current Ambassador to Germany.
Abdel Aty’s visit will not discuss the issue of the Ethiopian Dam, says ministry spokesperson
Fifty-four African leaders are currently in Cairo for the sixth special session of AMCEN
The AMCEN special session is held between Saturday and Tuesday
Egypt releases third national communication report on climate change
Egypt is still not prepared to contain further climate change threats, says researcher
The deal is the first to commit all countries to cutting carbon emissions