COP 28: Discussions after a first week of pageantry and official visits now become more difficult, particularly when it comes to language calling for the potential phase-out of the use of emission-spewing fossil fuels
COP 28: Anticipation builds for increased progress in substantive negotiations, with the hope that the momentum generated by substantial financial pledges will translate into meaningful actions to address the global climate crisis
Climate experts caution that such unilateral actions erode trust between developed and developing nations. The ongoing COP28 is set to finalise the crucial GST document, guiding countries in making necessary changes to combat climate change
COP 28: The draft for Global Stocktake proposes ambitious targets for renewables and emission cuts. Still, divergent views on fossil fuels and contentious edits create uncertainty, which could lead to missed opportunities and the dilution of historic...
COP28: It is relevant to remember that we are the world's third largest primary energy consumer; our per capita electricity consumption of 1250 kWh is still less than one-third of the global average and less than one-seventh of the developed world, Adani said
The 28th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Dubai, UAE, beginning November 30 to December 12, 2023, is marked by unique features