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Totten Glacier, the biggest glacier ice shelf in east Antarctica, is enormous, and is thinning faster than any other part of the region.
The 2023 annual report from Solar Power Europe has concluded that the EU will reach its own renewable energy goals it set for 2030, three years early. https://cleantechnica.com/2023/09/12/solar-power-europe-predicts-eu-will-reach-its-renewable-energy-goal-3-years-early/
Reducing deforestation, resuming the climate fund, and proposing debates on funding to curb climate change are some of the future measures Brazil will present to the COP28 U.N. climate summit in Dubai later this year.
CleanTechnica take a look at how President Biden is bringing more environmental and climate justice to the US - a link to this story is in today’s shownotes.
During the G20 summit in New Delhi in India, the UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced a commitment to contribute a record £1.6bn to the UN-backed Green Climate Fund.
Countries will decide next month how much they will pledge to the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The summit in Bonn, Germany could determine billions of dollars of financial support from rich polluting countries to developing nations – those which have contributed little to the causes of climate change yet will suffer the most from its impacts.
Construction of large-scale hydrogen storage facilities needs to begin immediately if the UK government is to have any chance of meeting its net zero targets, a report by the Royal Society has concluded.
A new California bill will force companies to report all emissions, even those from contractors. Companies that fail to do so could face $500,000 fines.
And that’s the latest from Climate News Daily. For all the details on today’s stories, visit climatenewsdaily.net