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It is too late to prevent the world from warming by 1.5 degrees, claims the new UN flagship report.

It is too late to prevent the world from warming by 1.5 degrees, claims the new UN flagship report.

On Monday, the sixth major report of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). It comes with grim predictions.9. Aug 2021 08:47Last update a moment agoIt was the first part of the sixth main report of the UN Climate Panel (AR6) that on Monday was well ahead in Geneva. It contains five paths on how the world may develop in the coming decades, Reuters reported.In all scenarios, the goal of preventing temperatures from exceeding 1.5 degrees compared to pre-industrial times is exceeded.- This report expands our understanding of what is behind climate change. It also shows how humans affect the climate, something we certainly do, Hoesung Lee, head of the UN Climate Panel, said at the press conference.- We must limit man-made greenhouse gas emissions to slow down developmen...
How will climate change change the world and what can be done?  On Monday, the answers will come from the UN Climate Panel.

How will climate change change the world and what can be done? On Monday, the answers will come from the UN Climate Panel.

Researchers are not expecting good news from the sixth major report of the UN climate panel (IPCC).Smoke and steam dumped from Europe's largest coal power plant in Poland in 2018. Photo: Kacper Pempel, Reuters / NTBMajor reports from the United Nations Climate Panel provide a comprehensive overview of what is known about climate change. They form the basis for policy formulation and are used by experts, researchers, journalists and academics.The reports also provide an overview of the consequences for humans and nature, measures and possible future developments.- The report will contain some bad news about where we are and where we are going, said climate researcher Piers Forster of the University of Leeds to BBC.He said the sight is not completely black yet. He believes that one reas...
Spend more time than planned finding a World Cup coach

Spend more time than planned finding a World Cup coach

Board Chairman Bård Benum opens up WC Company to hire even more managers in no time.Bård Benum (middle) says they expect to have four leaders in place in a few weeks: - Little left now. Photo: Roar Blåsmo-Falnes- The pieces fall into place. In a few weeks, we will have filled all four positions.This is what Bård Benum, Chairman of the Board of the WC company, says. It talks about the appointments of the four key leaders of the Trondheim WC in 2025: WC manager, finance manager, events and sustainability manager and business development manager.Now Benum cautions that there may be more appointments after the first four are set.- The WC company will consist of more than the four positions that are advertised now. We will get all four now in the first instance, but as a result, more mana...
Casper Ruud’s Challenging Transition: – Not Impossible

Casper Ruud’s Challenging Transition: – Not Impossible

It is common knowledge that Casper Ruud (22) thrives best on gravel. But can we see him enjoy the same success on a different surface in the future? The Swedish tennis hero thinks so.GRUSEN'S BEST FRIEND: Most tennis connoisseurs know that gravel is Casper Ruud's favorite surface. But the Snarøya boy also wants to succeed on other surfaces. Photo: Anders Bjurö / TT / TT NEWS AGENCYAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.And at least the main character himself expects it:- The history of tennis shows that it is not impossible for typical clay players to do well on hard court, confirms Casper Ruud to VG.The Snarøya boy refers to current players such as Spaniard Rafael Nadal (35) and Austrian Domi...
Lukas Sæther (16) did not enter the school he wanted.  – I’ve sacrificed a lot of free time.

Lukas Sæther (16) did not enter the school he wanted. – I’ve sacrificed a lot of free time.

With a very high 5.5 in the GPA, Lukas Sæther (16) thought that it should be possible to enter a school other than the local school.- On weekdays, I haven't done much more than sit at home and practice for rehearsals, says Lukas Sæther. Photo: Ronja Sagstuen LarsenEarly in the morning of July 9, Lukas Sæther (16) from Flateby logged on to vigo.no.It is the website where upper secondary school applicants are informed which school they have entered.The first admission to the upper secondary schools in Viken was due to arrive no later than July 10 of this year. But since Sæther was excited, he went online early the day before.- It took me a while to realize that I had not even entered the educational program I was applying for, says Sæther.- How he feels now?- It's a bit sad.Local school ...
Brothers – but above all training partners: – I do not brake

Brothers – but above all training partners: – I do not brake

SOLA (VG) Three magazines with which Ingebrigtsen has achieved during his career an Olympic gold, four golds at the European Championship and a bronze at the World Cup. The oldest of the three, Henrik, sees them more as sparring partners than brothers.GOLD JACKETS: The Ingebrigtsen brothers wore gold jackets at Sola airport when the youngest man, Jakob, returned home from the Tokyo Olympics. Daddy Gjert killed the jackets like "Harry". Photo: Jan Kåre NessAftenposten collaborates with VG-sporten. Therefore, as a reader of Aftenposten, you also get articles and services created by VG.- That we are brothers, I think it is more coincidence in this. We are mostly training partners who have a common goal, common ambitions and mutual benefit from the fact that there are three of us pushin...
The Conservative Party believes that SV’s school policy creates major differences

The Conservative Party believes that SV’s school policy creates major differences

- The Oslo school is a good example of how SV's antisocial school policy can affect the rest of the country, says Mathilde Tybring-Gjedde. Photo: Ole Berg-Rusten / NTBOn Saturday SV kicked off the election campaign with a "difference walk" through Oslo. There, they launched the Oslo City Council's school policy as a solution for the rest of the country, including a free activities school for all. It has reduced the differences in the city, believes SV.The Conservative Party's education policy spokesperson, Mathilde Tybring-Gjedde, disagrees that the differences at the Oslo school have diminished. He fears what will happen if SV's school policy in Oslo is passed at the Storting. - The developments in red-green Oslo show how bad things can go. After six years with SV in the town h...
– Almost unlimited what we can get – E24

– Almost unlimited what we can get – E24

Never before have more Norwegians been invested in the stock market. The most popular stocks are so-called "ESG-friendly" companies with a green profile. It's no accident, industry leaders believe.GREEN CO-WIND: The number of green companies on the Oslo Stock Exchange has increased over the last year and is now a very popular investment object among Norwegians. see moreby schemeØyvind Gravås / Equinor / NTBPublished: Published: Less than 3 hours agoin a report by AksjeNorgeAccording to data from Euronext VPS, it appears that 531,000 Norwegians own shares worth NOK 162 billion. The report also shows that Norwegian individuals are slightly overweight in green stocks. The appearance of several new companies on the Oslo Stock Exchange, many of them "green" and respectful of ESGs, has gone...
New cancer treatments require new forms of collaboration

New cancer treatments require new forms of collaboration

Sigbjørn SmelandHead of Clinic at Oslo University Hospital, Chairman of the Board of ConnectSteinar ThoresenHead of Oncology Nordic and Baltic countries at Merck, Chairman of the Board of ConnectKetil WiderbergOslo Cancer Group Leader, Connect Board MemberCooperation between the public and private sectors can make Norway more interesting for clinical trials, the publication's authors write. Photo: ShutterstockNorway is in a special international position for good cooperation in the health sector.DebateThis is a discussion post. Opinions in the text are the responsibility of the writer.Introducing new drugs for small groups of patients takes an unnecessarily long time. Some are not used at all in Norway. It is a challenge.The directors of the health trusts believe that the main reason...
We have a responsibility to Belarus

We have a responsibility to Belarus

Svetlana TikhanovskajaLeader of the opposition in BelarusSvetlana Tikhanovskaya left Belarus after a presidential election that she and hundreds of thousands of Belarusians believe were not free. Photographed here in front of Belarusians in Poland in June. Photo: Kacper Pempel / Reuters / NTBWhat is happening in my home country will affect the future of Europe.ChronicleThis is a chronicle. Opinions in the text are the responsibility of the writer.My husband will be free only when Belarus is free. Only then will he be able to see and hug our children. For some strange and difficult phrases to have to write.The safety of my family is closely linked to democracy and freedom in my beloved Belarus. After my husband prison More than a year ago, even more families found themselves in equal...