With Pakistan still reeling from the aftermath of devastating floods in its two southern provinces last month, a new study has blamed climate change for plunging the country into a national emergency that affected millions.
New report says world headed in wrong direction on Climate Change
The world is heading in the wrong direction as the greenhouse gas concentrations continue to rise to record highs, says a new report by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO).
The report say that the fossil fuel emission rates are now above pre-pandemic levels after a temporary drop due to lockdowns across the world because of Covid 19.
Kenya’s newly elected president promises climate plan to top govt’ agenda
RH Desk, September 15 Climate change will be key to the Kenyan government’s agenda, the country’s newly elected president William Ruto has said while making an ambitious pledge to ramp up clean energy and phase out fossil fuels for electricity by 2030. Ruto was sworn in as the new Kenya president this week following his […]
Europe Heat Wave: ‘47% of continent is in drought warning conditions’
RH Monitoring Desk, September 13, 2022 The severe drought affecting many regions of Europe since the beginning of the year has been further expanding and worsening as of early August, says a new report. According to the latest report from the Global Drought Observatory, 47% of Europe is in “warning” conditions, meaning soil has dried up and […]
Climate change is an emerging challenge, says Pakistan premier after massive floods
RH Desk September 13 Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in his meeting with Inter-Parliamentary Union President said that the heavy floods have undermined Pakistan’s capacity to achieve sustainable development. As Pakistan is ravaged by the floods, its Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has said that climate change is emerging as one of the most difficult challenges for […]