Wealthy nations are failing to address a finance gap on the long-standing pledge to mobilise $100bn (£72.5bn) annually to help developing nations adapt to the climate crisis, according to new research from Oxfam which found that up to £57bn may not be delivered across a six-year period.
Edie 20th Sept 2021 read more »
The US and China must commit to banning petrol and diesel cars by 2035 if global climate change pledges are to be met, the UK and Dutch governments have warned. The UK Government has banned the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles from 2030, with hybrids outlawed from 2035. Pressure is mounting on the world’s two biggest polluters to make more dramatic domestic changes ahead of the UN Climate Summit in Glasgow in November.
iNews 21st Sept 2021 read more »
ALMOST half of Scots do not trust world leaders to bring forward a solution to save the planet from the climate crisis at COP26, a new poll has revealed. A YouGov study found that people want to see firm commitments to net zero targets being reached and measures to protect the planet.
Herald 20th Sept 2021 read more »