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    HomeUncategorizedIsrael, touting technology, aims for zero emissions by 2050

    Israel, touting technology, aims for zero emissions by 2050


    Oct 29, 2021 12:22 PM - 283 words
    Eds: UPDATES: With AP Photos.

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel said Friday its hope to reach zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, as thousands of protesters gathered in Tel Aviv to demand action ahead of next week's U.N. summit on climate change.

    As a small country, Israel contributes little to global warming, but officials say it has much to offer the world in terms of green technologies. Israel, which has already had to adapt to life in a parched region, is widely considered a world leader in areas such as solar energy storage, sustainable protein alternatives, agriculture technology and desalination.

    Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announced the pledge in a statement Friday, saying it was a continuation of efforts already underway to combat climate change.

    “With the new goal, Israel is lining up alongside the developed countries that are already taking action to attain the goal of zero emissions,” he said. "We are responding to the global challenge, finding technological solutions and joining in to achieve this important goal.”

    Israel had previously said it would fall short of the goal of the international community to reach zero net emissions by 2050, expecting to reduce emissions by 85% by that time. Environmentalists have cited a lack of political will by previous governments and the country’s reliance on newly discovered natural gas for energy for the lower target.

    Thousands of people gathered in Tel Aviv on Friday to demand action.

    International officials will meet in Scotland from Sunday to try to accelerate efforts to curb climate change, with more than one world leader saying humanity's future is at stake. Six years after the historic Paris climate agreement, carbon pollution from coal, oil and natural gas is increasing, not falling.

    Story Details
    Date: Oct 29, 2021 12:22 PM
    Slug: BC-ML--Climate-Israel
    Headline: Israel, touting technology, aims for zero emissions by 2050
    Source: AP
    Notes: Eds: UPDATES: With AP Photos.
    Copyright: AP
    Dateline: JERUSALEM
    Words: 283
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    People holding banners and a balloon of the globe march to demand the world leaders to take action in reversing climate change and stop the use of fossil fuels in Tel Aviv, Israel, Friday, Oct. 29, 2021. Thousands of Israelis gathered Friday in Tel Aviv to take part in a worldwide day of action before leaders head to the Scottish city of Glasgow for the start of the U.N. Climate Change Conference, known as COP26. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

    Date: Oct 29, 2021 11:00 AM
    Slug: Israel Climate
    Headline: Israel Climate
    Source: AP
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