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Good climate news

The good news is that the road for the renewable, green, or clean fuels is clear. Already 13% of the world's energy is produced by solar and wind energy, and the production of both continues to increase, according to data provided by CNN. The transition process is in full movement and has reached an inertia [...]

The Paris Agreement and the difficulty of the “ambition” concept

Updated June 20, 2022 The war in Ukraine is showing setbacks in some fossil energy cancellation programs, as in the case of Germany, which yesterday announced the resumption of the use of coal as fuel, despite having celebrated two years ago the closure of its last underground coal mine. Similarly, the war is an important [...]

Planet Water without water

Updated June 2022 From today's headline (22-6-2022), World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought 2022. “Drought in Chile: the effects of climate change and the overexploitation of reserves. Since 2007, Chile has suffered an extreme drought. In many regions, the flow of streams and rivers has been reduced by between 50 and more than 90 [...]

Back to Stockholm!

At the 1972 Stockholm Conference was everything we should have done, but didn't do Going back to Stockholm, in the real sense of the phrase, is impossible. Only in science fiction can you go back to the past. Reversing deforestation of forests is unreal. It can be reforested, yes, but the deforested areas are so [...]

A very important week

Tomorrow (05-30-2022) begins the week of the 50th anniversary of "Stockholm 1972", the first world environmental conference, also called "First Earth Summit" or "UN Conference on the Human Environment". Half a century ago, in the capital of Sweden, a fundamental document was produced, drawn up by illustrious minds. “The Stockholm Declaration”, which consists of 7 [...]

Brief history of the COPs – UN Framework Convention on Climate Change

©Published first time in November 2015 – Updated May 2022 From COP1 to COP27 The Brief History of COP, Conference of the Parties, is a summary or short timeline of what has happened at the major annual climate conferences. This Brief History was created by SGK-PLANET in 2015 as a fine tapestry that we have [...]

Green, how I want you green… on Earth Day

“Green, how I want you green. Green wind. Green branches. The ship out on the sea and the horse on the mountain”. I have borrowed the first lines of the poem “Romance Sonámbulo” by the famous Spanish poet Federico García Lorca to write this article, in tribute to our planet on the occasion of International [...]

Ukraine and the Paris Agreement

Four years ago, when we published our set of “Frequently Asked Questions about the Paris Agreement”, in the one marked as number seven we asked: What are the dangers that can affect the Paris Agreement? In response, we placed 11 causes that could implode the climate agreement. One of them says: a generalized war that [...]

Forests and water, two inseparable and essential factors

On March 21 and 22, the “International Day of Forests” and the “World Water Day” are celebrated. Let the opportunity be propitious to remember that deforestation of forests, drought and water scarcity are closely related to each other, with serious environmental and social consequences. In almost the entire planet, water scarcity has become an increasingly [...]

Oil companies could go from villains to heroes of decarbonization

Green hydrogen is called to become the star fuel in the planet's energy transition process, with which the long-awaited decarbonized world would be achieved. Oil companies must accept this reality and realize the historical moment we are experiencing. Instead of seeing green hydrogen (H2V) as a threat, they should see it as their golden opportunity. [...]

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