#COP28 Berita

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As extreme heat events become more frequent, Asian cities are under pressure to protect their most vulnerable citizens.
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Wind and solar are growing faster than any other sources of electricity in history, according to new analysis from think tank Ember.
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The latest hire further expands the sustainability-focused media and business intelligence organisation’s presence in China.
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A levy on carbon majors is being pushed by green groups as one of the sources to operationalise the loss and damage fund in ongoing board meetings leading up to COP29.
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#COP28 Opini

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Chinese policymakers face difficult choices in setting climate goals. Some appear technical but have significant implications for environmental outcomes.
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Climate activists will keep pushing on – but they don’t deserve the treatment they’re getting.
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Moving in the opposite direction from the rest of the world, Indonesia plans to lower its renewable energy ambitions by 2030. The new governing administration needs to make effort to ensure that even the reduced targets are met.
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Mobilising new climate-finance flows requires identifying less gargantuan, but no less important, green projects that are attractive to a wide range of investors, both geographically and in terms of size. Digital platforms that offer these matchmaking services will be crucial to meeting our climate commitments.
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#COP28 Video

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The action comes despite the oil giant suing the environmental group for US$2.1 million after demonstrators boarded the company’s vessel at the Atlantic Ocean in January.
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#COP28 Podcasts

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The oil and gas sector needs to cut operational emissions faster, Charlotte Wolff-Bye tells the Eco-Business podcast. But slashing fuel output won’t do for the Asian supplier, and it welcomes respectful debate at the climate summit.
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In celebration of Indigenous Peoples' month in the Philippines, the former United Nations special rapporteur tells the Eco-Business Podcast about her lifelong work to empower communities in Asia’s most dangerous country for environmental defenders.
"We are already at 1.1°C of warming – a matter of life and death for the Global South", says Professor Winston Chow, the recently appointed co-chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's working group on impacts, adaptation and vulnerability.
The Singapore scientist, recently elected to the UN's top climate body, tells the Eco-Business Podcast about the precarious state of climate adaptation in developing Asia. The region is not well-prepared to manage the cascading risks of extreme climate events, he says.
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