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Leaders of China, India, and other major economies snub Joe Biden’s climate forum

International News

A number of key world leaders were notably absent from President Joe Biden’s Friday morning climate forum. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, representing the two countries the scientific community believes are the linchpins in effectively

https://www.netzerowatch.com/leaders-of-china-india-and-other-major-economies-snub-joe-bidens-climate-forum/

Leaders of China, India, and other major economies snub Joe Biden’s climate forum

International News

A number of key world leaders were notably absent from President Joe Biden’s Friday morning climate forum. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, representing the two countries the scientific community believes are the linchpins in effectively

https://www.netzerowatch.com/leaders-of-china-india-and-other-major-economies-snub-joe-bidens-climate-forum-2/

Maldives & most Pacific-Indian Ocean islands expanding, not sinking, scientists reveal

The Observatory

A global-scale analysis of 221 islands in the tropical Pacific and Indian Oceans reveals “a predominantly stable or accretionary trend in the area of atoll islands worldwide” throughout the 21st century. The Maldives islands alone expanded by 37.5 km² from

https://www.netzerowatch.com/most-pacific-indian-ocean-islands-expanding-not-sinking-scientists-reveal/

Vijay Jayaraj: India’s energy priorities are a major roadblock for Net Zero and COP26

International News

This November, political leaders from the West will attempt to formalise a more radical emission reduction strategy at the COP26 meeting in Glasgow. However, with the growing opposition to Net Zero plans and other extreme emission reduction policies like the

https://www.netzerowatch.com/vijay-jayaraj-indias-energy-priorities-are-a-major-roadblock-for-net-zero-and-cop26/

Despite Biden’s climate deal, India is set to forge ahead with fossil fuel acceleration

Energy Comment

India will not reduce its growing dependence on fossil fuels but will invest in renewable technology as a requirement under various international climate agreements. During the recently concluded Leaders’ Summit on Climate, India and the U.S. signed the India-US Clean

https://www.netzerowatch.com/despite-bidens-climate-deal-india-is-set-to-forge-ahead-with-fossil-fuel-acceleration/