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COP27: India, China To Overachieve 2030 UN Climate Targets, Report Says

Between 2016 and 2021, renewable energy installed capacity in India increased at a 19 per cent annual rate, whereas, this year, China is expected to install a record 156 GW of wind and solar energy and sales of electric vehicles (EVs) in China are expected to double

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COP27: UAE, Egypt To Build World's Largest Onshore Wind Project

The project will be part of Egypt’s Green Corridor initiative – a grid dedicated to renewable energy projects and will contribute to Egypt’s goal of ensuring renewable energy makes up 42 per cent of its energy mix by 2035

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Africa’s Green Financing Challenges And Private Sector Advantage

The future for green growth in Africa is bright. The role of the private sector in both financing and the implementation of climate change alleviation and transition initiations has heightened during COP27 held at Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt

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COP27: Over 100 Nations Pledge To Protect 30% Of Land And Ocean By 2030

112 countries supporting the 30x30 target, which commits countries to a global effort to protect at least 30 per cent of the planet's land and ocean by 2030 in order to help mitigate biodiversity loss and climate change

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COP27: What Is It And What We Can Expect From It?

Among the other top agenda items is a discussion about compensating the poor or developing countries for “loss and damage” caused by climate change which may exceed the developed world's commitment of USD 100 billion to low-income countries

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Advancing Low-Carbon Technologies Are Most Realistic Way To Reduce Emissions: WTO

The World Trade Organisation relaesed its annual report at the COP27 climate summit in Egypt and said removing trade barriers for low-carbon industries could help in tackling climate change

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COP27: After Marathon Talks, Climate Compensation On Agenda For First Time

For more than a decade, wealthy countries have rejected official discussions on what is known as climate compensation, or funds provided to assist poor countries in dealing with the effects of global warming

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Climate Policy Must Now Put Health At The Centre: WHO

“Climate change is making millions of people sick or more vulnerable to disease all over the world and the increasing destructiveness of extreme weather events disproportionately affects poor and marginalised communities,” says Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General

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