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nature1International lawmakers should adopt a fifth Geneva convention that recognises damage to nature alongside other war crimes, according to an open letter by 24 prominent scientists.


guterresh1UN chief António Guterres wrote to every head of state over the weekend, demanding they set out plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Guterres is championing ambitious climate action ahead of a critical UN summit on 23 September in New York, when countries are due to present concrete proposals to accelerate the pace of decarbonisation.

odyssey1After waiting for the Annunciation bridge connecting the Vasilievsky Islands with the city centre to rise and for large commercial ships to use it, Energy Observer entered the Neva River.


Theresa MayTheresa May has sought to cement some legacy in the weeks before she steps down as prime minister by enshrining in law a commitment to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050, making Britain the first major economy to do so.


global energy 2019 6Applications` submission for the Global Energy Youth Program have been extended until July, 31, 2019. Recall the program became international since this year. Now young engineers from all over the world can take part in the contest for the best research project and implemented idea.

global energy alekseenko3“The causes of the global climate change, related to the anthropogenic impact, need to be scientifically researched and proved,” confidently said laureate of the 2018 Global Energy Prize Sergey Alekseenko.


global energy 2019 4The Global Energy Association represents the top-15 candidates who were included in the short list of candidates for the Global Energy Prize this year. Among the nominees are leading world scientists, representatives of the UK, Denmark, China, the Netherlands, Russia and the USA. The laureates will be announced on May, 30 during the official press conference.

global energy 2019 tassOn May, 30 the 2019 Global Energy Prize laureates` names will be announced at the TASS press center. The Prize annually recognizes outstanding scientific researches and developments in the field of energy, which help all mankind in solving the most acute energy problems. The Prize is given in three nominations “traditional energy”, “non-traditional energy” and “new ways of energy application”.