Global fossil CO2 emissions are expected to grow 1.0% in 2022 as the COVID recovery continues amidst turmoil in energy markets. Growth in oil use, particularly aviation and coal use are behind most of the increase in 2022. The analysis by the Global Carbon Project (GCP) published its annual analysis of trends in the global carbon cycle in the journal Earth System Science Data, including an updated full-year projection for 2022. The comprehensive report revealed that global fossil CO2 emissions 0F 1 were expected to grow 1.0% in 2022 (with an uncertainty range of 0.1% to 1.9%). The decline in 2020 of -5.2% because of COVID19 restrictions, was quickly erased by a 5.6% increase in 2021. Global fossil CO2 emissions have now grown 0.6% per year over the last 10 years the report found.
Craven’s Climate Emergency Officer
Towards Carbon Neutral Churches in Craven have a display in Skipton library until 25 November. It will then go on tour! It will be in the libraries in Bentham (Dec), Ingleton (Jan) and Embsay (Feb). www.stmaryembsay.org.uk/churches-in-craven-carbon-neutral/ This initiative comes from the NYCC Libraries Beyond Carbon Group
Friends of the Dales Talk: Rural Bus Services in the 21st Century – challenges and opportunities, Wednesday 16 November 2022, 4.30pm Kevin Armstrong, will talk about how Dalesbus came into being and of the challenges and opportunities facing it and other rural bus services at a time of funding cuts, fuel price rises and a need for improvements in ‘greener’ travel. This talk is free for all to join. Events – Friends of the Dales
Cononley’s Cleaner, Greener group are hosting a coffee morning on Saturday 19 November in the morning at the village institute to talk about waste management – encourage recycling, composting, reducing waste etc. They have their own community freecycle group which is really effective, the village shop is great for refills, and we also support the Great British Clean up campaign every year. Continue reading “Upcoming Events in Craven”
A major climate coalition is set to stage protests across Britain and Ireland this weekend. The Climate Justice Coalition, which organised the biggest climate march in British history last year, has called the demonstration on Saturday 12 November, to oppose the UK government’s ‘climate-wrecking plans’. The alliance, formerly the Cop26 Coalition, expects thousands of people to march in the streets on the day to demand climate justice in support of a global day of action called for by Egyptian groups at Cop27.
Jess and the GALBA team (Group for Action on Leeds Bradford Airport)
As global leaders arrive at COP27, the world is facing up to the enormity of the climate crisis. We all know that governments have made matters worse with years of inaction and greenwash. But we also know we have the power to make them wake up and take action. You were so central to our fight to persuade the UK government to hold a Public Inquiry into Leeds Bradford Airport’s climate-wrecking expansion plans; plans that would have seen passenger numbers and emissions almost double.