Standard Chartered quits coal finance

Marshall Islands to cut emissions to zero by 2050...

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Standard Chartered quits coal finance

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Standard Chartered bank will quit financing new coal plants, joining big lenders quitting coal over concerns about pollution and climate change. HSBC did the same last April, while Japan’s Marubeni Corp decided to quit coal finance last week.

Tamil Nadu’s draft solar policy vows 8.9GW by 2022

Tamil Nadu released draft solar policy: 8.9 GW of solar by 2022. The state will promote solar manufacturing, says draft policy.

Poland’s UN draft backing fossil fuwl workers leaked

Leaked draft proposal by Polish UN climate presidency, says fossil fuels workers must be assured of a “decent future” even as coal plants and mines are shut down.

Poland wants the draft to be adopted at UN talks in December, 81% of its power came from coal in 2015.

Marshall Islands to cut emissions to zero by 2050

The Marshall Islands, threatened by rising sea level, vowed to cut its emissions to zero by 2050. It’s the first small island nation to propose such a plan to the UN.

Dr.Seema Javed (Writer is senior journalists and environmentalists)

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