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Emissions from coal power plants in Serbia and other Western Balkan countries have been found to cause widespread damage to health both within the region and in nearby countries.
The COP26 conference finished 26 hours late on November 13, with a last-minute intervention by India watering down the final agreement’s commitment on coal.
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Cabinet fires GarPok director allegedly for attempt to pay to all green energy producers
Kyiv residents should prepare for rolling blackouts in the coming weeks
Kazakhstan introduces scheduled power blackouts to prevent system overload amid spike in cryptomining
Cabinet to unite Centrenergo, coal mines in old energy holding
Until now, officials had been silent about ongoing power cuts, even calling them a thing of the past.
An initial assessment by Climate Action Tracker of the impact of the Glasgow sectoral announcements for methane, coal, forests and transport show they would reduce the 2030 emissions gap between current government action and a 1.5C pathway by 9%.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres told the COP26 summit that much work remains to be done to fill the emissions gap and the finance and adaptation gap, despite welcoming the agreements on forests, methane and coal made so far.