15 Feb Challenges for next 3 years in the field of ESS
As climate change and global warming are one of the most important ESS topics, there are some challenges in these fields that we are facing with:
European Union negotiators have struck a deal for binding emissions reduction targets for sectors including road transport, agriculture, buildings, and waste. These stricter targets increase the emissions reduction each nation is committed to in the coming years.
The UN announced plans for early warning systems against climate disasters for everyone on earth, potentially averting death and destruction in the developing world.
The ‘Action Plan’ would deliver early warning systems for increasingly extreme and dangerous weather events to the entire planet within five years.Early warning systems allow communities to prepare for hazardous climate-related events. They do so by communicating warnings and risks to people, generating observations and forecasts, and helping authorities plan and respond.When effective, they can save lives, jobs, land and infrastructure.
Norway has raised its target for cutting climate-related emissions to at least 55 per cent by 2030.
The government announced its new commitment just days before the start of COP27 in Egypt. Its previous goal was to cut emissions by between 50 per cent and 55 per cent before the end of the decade.
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