Most EU member states are not on track to reduce air pollution and its related impacts by 2030.
Will the Glasgow Climate Pact save us from global warming?
By Mike Jewell
Governments and businesses the world over have committed to achieving net zero, but the choices individuals make should not be overlooked.
By Bart Linssen
The European Council and the European Parliament's negotiators have reached a provisional political agreement setting into law the objective of a climate-neutral EU by 2050, and a collective, net greenhouse gas emissions reduction target (emissions after deduction of removals) of at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990.
Members of the European Parliament have endorsed the deal reached with the European Council on revised CO2 emission performance standards for new cars and vans.
The European Council has endorsed a binding EU target of a net domestic reduction of at least 55% in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 compared to 1990 levels.
The EPA is getting ready to introduce stricter controls on industrial emissions.
Members of the European parliament voted in favour of backing an EU-wide 2030 emissions reduction target of 60% (compared to 1990 levels).
Like 59 other countries that aim to reach net zero emissions by 2050, Taiwan will face challenges
By Tim Ferry
Due to a 0.6% decrease in energy consumption (including electricity consumption) in 2019 compared to 2018 and a 4.5% decrease in the electricity emission coefficient, Taiwan's CO2 emissions from fuel combustion fell 3.2% to 258.72 million metric tons in 2019.