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UNEP warns for a more than 3-degree temperature increase

In fact, The UNEP Emissions Gap Report for 2019 which was launched on Tuesday, November 26, warns that the world is heading for a 3.2 degrees Celsius global temperature rise over pre-industrial levels, leading to even wider-ranging and more destructive climate impacts, even if countries meet commitments in accordance with the 2015 Paris Agreement.

Governments to produce 50% more climate-compliant fossil fuels by 2030

The United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) issued a report assessing countries’ plans and outlooks for fossil fuel production highlighting a significant production gap. The report was produced by leading research organizations, including the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), International Institute for Sustainable Development, Overseas Development Institute, CICERO Centre for International Climate and Environmental Research, Climate Analytics, and UNEP, and more than 50 researchers from numerous universities and research organizations contributed to the analysis and review.

Study begins to assess SOx ECA in the Mediterranean

The IMO Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea is coordinating the technical and feasibility study to examine the possibility of designating the Mediterranean Sea, or parts of it, as a SOx-ECA under IMO’s prevention of pollution convention (MARPOL) Annex VI.

Caspian Sea states cooperate on pollution response

IMO announced that joined countries and stakeholders, concerned with protecting the Caspian Sea from oil pollution, at a regional meeting in Bandar-e Anzali, Islamic Republic of Iran, realized on 16-20 April.

UNEP report urges action to cut emissions 25% further up to 2030

Made public the day before the Paris Agreement comes into force, UNEP report finds that 2030 emissions are expected to reach 54 to 56 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent – far above the level of 42 needed to have a chance of limiting global warming to 2oC this century.

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