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Fifty Shades of Green

The Low-Carbon Agenda is Winning over the World Economy Climate change has long turned from a narrow environmental problem into a significant factor affecting economic processes around the globe. Temperatures on the planet have risen by nearly 1 ° C compared to the pre-industrial era, and scientists have no doubts that this process will continue. This has already started to adversely affect people’s health in different countries, their access to water and food, and their exposure to natural disasters...


Beyond the Paris Climate Deal – Can Russia Lead the Way?

The President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, pulled out of the Paris Climate Deal for very good reasons – political reasons, economic reasons, cultural reasons, and intelligence reasons. He understood that the Paris Climate Deal is yet another attempt by the globalists led by the Rothschilds and the Vatican and the undisclosed higher levels of Freemasonry, to subvert all nations and all peoples for the profit of the 1%. The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, has refused to condemn...


After Paris: Countries’ Paths into the Low-Carbon Future

Based on: “ Paris Mismatches. The Impact of the COP21 Climate Change Negotiations on the Oil and Gas Industries .” Chatham House Research Paper, August 2016. In December 2015 in Paris, a new climate agreement was signed replacing the Kyoto Protocol. The US, China, India, and the EU have already ...


Don’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew: Brazil After the Olympics

For the first time in the Olympic history, the games are held in South America. Seven years ago, winning the Olympic bid for Brazil was another way to demonstrate to the world its breakthrough development and increase its influence. However, unlike in 2009, when Brazil won the bid with relatively good economic indicators, the situation in the country today is very unstable. Same Inside Out The Olympics are held against the background of grave political and economic crises in the country. Governmental...


Global Action against Climate Change: Time to Join Forces

Combating climate change is one of the seventeen goals in the Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted by the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit in September 2015 [1] . When the 21st Conference on Climate Change in Paris (COP21) and the 11th Conference of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol held from November 30 to December 11 last year approved the new comprehensive agreement [2] covering the time period up until 2020 in international cooperation on climate, it became ...


Should Russia do more about climate change?

When the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties (COP21) opened in Paris on 30 November newspaper headlines were hyping up the importance of the meeting presenting it as the last 'now or never' opportunity. World leaders were proclaiming their commitment to a cleaner future, diplomats ...


Climate agenda 2030

COP 21 Results. Countries' Commitments Overview COP 21 Results. Countries' Commitments Overview Project page:


Green Revolution needed

Stage lights have been switched off, the treaty has been signed and the last delegation has just left Charles De Gaulle airport in Paris. The agreement has been called historical. And now it’s time to wonder: what’s next? Whether governments will be willing to commit on this treaty or not, it will be clear in a few years. And now what? According to the Financial Times, for instance, the British government doesn’t seem too concerned about the climate deal. Since this agreement has...


COP21, we got a Deal!

... positive than environmental groups’ like Greenpeace or WWF. In today’s post we have seen what is included into the final agreement and the main reactions to it. In order to deal with the enormous challenge and fulfil the ambitious goals this COP21 has set in front of us, we will also need to use the best technology we can come up with. And on the technological level, where are we? This will be the theme of next article.


A weekend in Paris. What's been going on in the past days at the COP21

What has been going on in Paris during the last weekend? On Monday the COP conference entered its second and last week with little agreement between the parts. Laurent Fabius, French foreign minister and COP 21 president, Friday declared that what has been done so far “it’s not enough”. And in fact, reading the draft treaty that has been published on Saturday, December 5th, it’s hard not to agree with him. This 48 page long document covers all the fundamental issues for whom...


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