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The European Commission has outlined its plans for climate and energy policy until 2030

The Commissioners want a binding target to reduce carbon emissions by 40% from 1990 levels

With the New Year upon us, let's take a few moments to consider the major sustainable energy trends in business from the past year.

The British Red Cross, in partnership with the Humanitarian Policy Group, invite you to the launch of the World Disasters Report 2013: technology and humanitarian action. A balanced perspective between optimism and caution regarding the use of technology within humanitarian...

Source: BBC - New research suggests that extreme weather events will keep people poor in many parts of the world.

This report examines therelationship between disasters and poverty.

Key messages:

Extremeweather linked to climate change is increasing and will likely cause more disasters.Such disasters, especially those linked to drought, can be the most important causeof impoverishment, cancelling progress on poverty...

Key World Energy Statistics 2013

International Energy Agency en Medio ambiente / Especiales

The 2013 edition of the Key World Energy Statistics – the International Energy Agency’s free, easy-to-consult reference tool – is now available for download. Published each year since 1997, the booklet presents the most important figures on production, transformation and consumption of energy in more than 140 countries, with global and regional overviews.

The literature is reviewed on the relationships between population, poverty, and climate change. While developed countries are largely responsible for global warming, the brunt of the fallout will be borne by the developing world, in lower agricultural output, poorer health, and more frequent natural disasters.

Source: Xinhua - The BRICS bloc of emerging economies, namely Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, said Monday it would strengthen cooperation to fight climate change through a series of joint resolutions.


Especiales: Género