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What Next For Oil and Gas After COP28? Africa oil and gas 2 1 Top story

Oil and gas will still be needed in Wood Mackenzie scenarios, it is assumed that oil demand will drop by 100 million barrels a day to around 30 million barrels a day in 2050.
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Uganda's Climate Negotiator Outlines Gains from COP 28 the paris agreement 1 3 Top story

The conference which closes on 12th December has entered its crucial stage of negotiations as ministers meet in a couple of days.
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USD 400m Green Investment Commitments Announced for Uganda at COP28 1

The green investment commitments, current and future, are for the next four years in the areas of renewable energy, water filtration and forestry.
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COP28: Countries Endorse Declaration On Food Systems And Climate Change slow food 1 Top story

The declaration comes amidst concerns that unsustainable food production and consumption patterns are a common thread, running through many of the greatest challenges facing humanity today.
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Citizens Support Compensating Low-income Countries Affected By Climate Change-Survey Loss and damage 1

Most respondents from the European Union, the United States, China and Japan believe their countries should compensate developing nations for climate change impacts.
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A Glimpse into Uganda’s Energy Transition Strategy (Part Two) the just transition 1 Top story

Uganda has vehemently refused to abandon its oil and gas projects. The government of Uganda sees oil development as a way to diversify energy supplies and improve energy security by cutting reliance on oil imports.
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"We Are Losing Climate Battle," Dr. Sultan Al Jaber UNFCCC 3 1 Top story

Dr. Al Jaber, who is the President of the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai said the world is struggling to reach the action required to limit global warming to 1.5°C.
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