The world’s richest man Jeff Bezos pledges $10bn to help fight climate change, as reported by the BBC.
The world’s ocean temperatures reached a new record level in 2019, showing “irrefutable and accelerating” heating of the planet, states The Guardian.
Microsoft has made a carbon negative pledge, which means to remove all the carbon that it has released into the environment since the company was founded in 1975, as reported by the BBC.
Over 500,000 young people took part in March for Climate in Madrid, where governments gathered for COP25.
The 2019 will be the second or third year ever since records of the world temperature have been kept.
At the 2019 Climate Action Summit, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has identified clear objectives to save the planet.
Last week powerful swells averaging 5m (16ft) washed across the capital of the Marshall Islands, Majuro. The eighth President of the Republic of the Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine commented: “Water covers much of our land at one or other point of the year as we fight rising tides. As we speak hundreds of people […]
On the 1st December, the updated European Commission became operational, reports their press service.
Carbominer finished the EnergySpin accelerator, which took place from September to November 2019.
Next year’s EU budget will focus firtly on supporting the economic growth and competitiveness of the European economy. Achieving other EU priorities in areas such as security and climate change migration management is also in a scope.