Net Zero | Sustainability | Renewable Energy

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

UN Framework Convention on Climate Change - Conference of the Parties World leaders, dignitaries, and diplomats, assemble every year for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to assess progress in mitigating global anthropogenic climate change; and to negotiate protocols and treaties between...

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Regenerative agriculture; going vegan to help fight climate change

sustainable agriculture

The United Nations (UN) has advised that a global shift towards plant-based food will counteract the worst effects of climate change. Is going vegan really going to help in global climate action, and help the world meet net zero emissions targets? Well, actually...the UN says...

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Reforestation

deforestation

Climate Solution - Forests Deforestation and solutions; including reforestation Deforestation of our planet, for centuries, has led to issues such as - loss of wildlife habitat; land, water, and air pollution. It's the cause of the release of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) from the practice...

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Economy vs. the Environment

Economic growth does not have to come at the expense of the environment. Sustainable technologies (such as renewable energy, energy efficiency, sustainable mass transit, electric vehicles) are also extremely beneficial to the economy. For example, the renewable energy industry employs over 500,000 people in the...

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Decoupling and Divestment to Reach Sustainability

Decoupling Decoupling in eco-environmental terms can be defined as a striving for economic growth without creating corresponding environmental impacts. Nations, industries, and corporations, will still reach full potential and economic growth; and perhaps achieve even greater success, by following sustainable practices. Economic growth for companies...

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Putting a price on carbon

carbon tax

Carbon Markets Carbon cap and trade systems are regulations in which countries, provinces, states, and even cities, set a limit (a cap) on the amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions industries/ power plants can emit. Carbon pricing plans incorporating an emission trading...

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