Interview with colonel Dejene Tsegaye

Colonel Dejene Tsegaye from the 32nd division talks about the held onto vehicles of TPLF authorities. Disregarding environmental change will in the long run harm monetary development. That was the unmistakable admonition given by the UK's Stern Review longer than 10 years back. From that point forward, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has discovered indisputable proof that human-incited environmental change is well in progress and cautioned of the results of neglecting to restrict worldwide temperature ascend to all things considered 2° Celsius over pre-mechanical levels.  This hopeless standpoint is affirmed by numerous different examinations, including the ILO's Global Linkages model, which predicts a drop in efficiency levels of 2.4 percent by 2030 and 7.2 percent by 2050 under the nothing new situation.  The positive news is that we know where we need to go and how to arrive. The Paris Agreement (where the worldwide network consented to keep the worldwide temperature rise this century well beneath 2° Celsius over pre-modern levels) and the 2030 Development Agenda have characterized the planned objective, and a simply change towards earth feasible economies and social orders has been acknowledged as a key reference point for the course to be taken. Category News Commenting disabled.

Interview with colonel Dejene Tsegaye

Colonel Dejene Tsegaye from the 32nd division talks about the held onto vehicles of TPLF authorities. Disregarding environmental change will in the long run harm monetary development. That was the unmistakable admonition given by the UK's Stern Review longer than 10 years back. From that point forward, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has discovered indisputable proof that human-incited environmental change is well in progress and cautioned of the results of neglecting to restrict worldwide temperature ascend to all things considered 2° Celsius over pre-mechanical levels. 

This hopeless standpoint is affirmed by numerous different examinations, including the ILO's Global Linkages model, which predicts a drop in efficiency levels of 2.4 percent by 2030 and 7.2 percent by 2050 under the nothing new situation. 

The positive news is that we know where we need to go and how to arrive. The Paris Agreement (where the worldwide network consented to keep the worldwide temperature rise this century well beneath 2° Celsius over pre-modern levels) and the 2030 Development Agenda have characterized the planned objective, and a simply change towards earth feasible economies and social orders has been acknowledged as a key reference point for the course to be taken.

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