Renewable energies will be a star at today’s conference at COP26

This content was published on November 04, 2021 – 04:30

Madrid, 4 November (EFE). – Today Thursday 4 November is Energy Day, especially renewable energy, at COP26 in Glasgow, whose agenda refers to a day dedicated to “Energy. Accelerating the global transition to clean energy”.

The COP Presidency itself plans to present several reports such as the report of the working group responsible for analyzing the so-called “sixth extinction” or “Anthropocene extinction” – which according to various researchers is currently taking place with significant collaboration from human activity – or the Energy Transition Council on clean energies or a document on Tourism and Climate Change has already been adopted as the Glasgow Declaration.

A study that might be particularly interesting will be the one presented by the global network of scientists and researchers integrated into Future Earth, entitled ‘Ten New Perspectives in Climatology in 2021’, although there will be reports for all tastes by organizations or institutions such as Unicef, University of California at Berkeley (USA), Panama Canal Authority, or the Rocky Mountain Institute, among others.

Today the UK in general and Scotland in particular will recognize SSE (Scottish Southern Energy)’s call on “The Power of Change through Climate Action” outlining the potential of the world’s largest offshore wind farm.

An IAEA press conference with its document # Atoms4Climate (Atoms for Climate) is also scheduled to advocate its use in mitigating, adapting and monitoring climate change, as well as an appearance in charge of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) to explain how the research will produce fusion plasma .

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In addition, the film “The Changing Face of Iceland” will be shown, the third part of a documentary about the polar regions produced by Canadian explorer and director Mark Terry, which will show the impact of climate on this small island in the south of the country. Arctic Circle.

The vegan movement will also take the opportunity to defend its proposals to try to change the diet – “we want diet change, not climate change,” as it calls – through ProVeg International. EFE


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