Initiatives such as Vanuatu’s seek to hold polluting governments and companies around the world to account.
According to an expert, Vietnam’s economy can be rebuilt more effectively based on a green, sustainable basis through post-pandemic recovery policy interventions.
Setting sail from its port of registry of Saint Malo in 2017, the Energy Observer has already covered over 50,000 nautical miles, made 72 stopovers, and visited over 40 countries.
Due to severe heat, electricity demand was expected to be close to the summer peak, and the ministry called for power saving between 3 pm and 8 pm to a reasonable extent.
The Flood Forecasting and Warning Centre put out a warning on June 29, stating that major rivers in the northern districts may rise rapidly during over the next 24 hours.
The alert system, utilising the “heat stress index”, appears to have led to an increase in raising awareness about the risks of heat-related illnesses.
G-7 leaders, prompted partly by the energy crisis, have granted a host of stays and exceptions to climate protection goals.
Suspension of unprofitable thermal power plants, delayed restart of nuclear power plants and the unusually hot weather are key reasons.
The effort will be to slow the growth rate of national energy demand from 2014 to 2035 by at least 20 per cent.
The soaring summer temperatures arrived earlier than usual in the region.