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vie33The greenhouse gases driving climate change have reached highs not seen in at least 3 million years, prompting UN scientists to warn the “window of opportunity” to tackle emissions is rapidly closing
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biofuel1Replacing fossil fuels with alternatives derived from some natural sources may be prohibitively high: the biofuel land grab needed could require at least 10% more land than the world uses now to grow green crops, conservationists say. But that’s the good news.

ETCIn the wake of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) urgent call for action, this new report sends a clear signal to policymakers, investors and businesses: full decarbonisation of hard-to-abate sectors is possible, making ambitious climate objectives achievable.

russian gasRussia is looking at how to develop a market for hydrogen in Europe, a move that would help maintain demand for one of its primary exports as governments everywhere work to cut pollution.


vie322017 was a record year for renewable energy, but 2018 will be a record year for carbon emissions. Why? And what can be done to decarbonise a world with a raging appetite for energy?


DSC 8080During the final fourth week of training, the participants of the UNESCO/ISEDC Co-sponsored Fellowships Programme visited museums, industrial and test laboratories, research and education centers based at Moscow universities, attended to the lecture of experts from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. After that, they presented their research works.

DSC 7764In the third week of training, the series of lectures with invited experts from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia and Lomonosov Moscow State University was held in the ISEDC.


2018 10 04 16 57 21The 12th session of the UNESCO/ISEDC Co-sponsored Fellowships Programme for specialists from developing countries and countries in transition, which started on October 1, 2018, at ISEDC, keeps on taking place in Moscow. In the first week of training (October 1-5), the participants of the Programme met the ISEDC experts.