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Sun, Jan 23, 2022

Glasgow News
  • India votes against UNSC draft resolution to securitize climate action India votes against UNSC draft resolution to securitize climate action

    India on Monday voted against a United Nations Security Council's draft resolution that aimed to securitize climate action and undermine the hard-won consensual agreements in Glasgow.

  • Hoping for a dog phone? You may have a long wait Hoping for a dog phone? You may have a long wait

    Away from home, dog owners can use technology to talk to their pets, track their every movement, launch projectile treats into the air, and even spy on them while they’re sleeping. Dogs themselves...

  • Cheugy, Omicron among 2021′s most mispronounced words Cheugy, Omicron among 2021′s most mispronounced words

    “Cheugy” is apparently a lot to chew on. Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Billie Eilish and Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce have something in common — broadcasters butcher their names

  • TEDxNapierBridge to host art show on climate change TEDxNapierBridge to host art show on climate change

    Sprints is a new format of a creative boot camp, developed by Fine Acts, which blends visual art with social issues and aims to communicate that issue/message in a creative, engaging manner.

  • Want to save the Earth? We need more Musks Want to save the Earth? We need more Musks

    If I am brutally honest, there is only one motto I would give to the movement to stem climate change after the Glasgow summit: “Everyone wants to go to heaven but nobody wants to die.” On the one...

  • Xi talks tough at summit with Biden, warns of playing with fire over Taiwan Xi talks tough at summit with Biden, warns of playing with fire over Taiwan

    Striking a tough posture at the much-awaited virtual summit with his US counterpart Joe Biden on Tuesday, President Xi Jinping said that China will ''certainly defend'' its sovereignty and security...

  • The rich world’s climate hypocrisy The rich world’s climate hypocrisy

    Statements by First World leaders at the COP26 summit are at odds with their climate policies, and with what they say in other settings. Their short-sighted strategy benefits no one – including...

  • Grassroots women slam world leaders' betrayal at COP26 Grassroots women slam world leaders' betrayal at COP26

    The COP26 has essentially served as a platform for developed countries to skirt responsibility by diverting public attention from irreversible environmental and social impacts to false solutions that...

  • Coal stocks slip after Glasgow climate deal Coal stocks slip after Glasgow climate deal

    An international agreement to reduce coal use dragged Asian coal shares somewhat lower on Monday, but tight supply provided a solid floor for many stocks in a sector that has chalked up huge gains...

  • The ultimate guide to why the COP26 summit ended in failure and disappointment The ultimate guide to why the COP26 summit ended in failure and disappointment

    In an emotional final speech, COP26 president Alok Sharma apologised for this last-minute change. His apology goes to the heart of the goals of COP26 in Glasgow: the hope it would deliver outcomes...