Last week, violinist Lim Ji-young raised her bow and began playing the first movement, Allegro, in “Spring” of Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” before local press at classical music studio Ode Port in southern Seoul. Her performance seemed to ...
Korea wants to take a more active role in the world achieving carbon neutrality, President Moon Jae-in stressed in a multilateral environment forum Thursday, and he called on Asia-Pacific nations to "accelerate" their responses to the climate crisis.
Members of the Korea Climate Crisis Emergency Action activist group protest at the entrance to the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) on Tuesday, calling for the government to take more aggressive action to reduce carbon emissions.
Led by the FSS, the Frontier 1.5D project is expected to address uncertainties associated with climate change by analyzing the financial impact of climate change and climate response policies such as green house reductions.
Ambassador of Austria to Korea Wolfgang Angerholzer, fourth from right; Irene Nuutila, a public speaker on plastics and environments, third from right; Lee Bock-hee, founder of the Global Youth Fair, far left; and some participants of...
Korea could raise its nationally determined contribution (NDC) target to at least 37.5 percent by 2030, according to one scenario being reviewed by the government, said Korean Vice Environment Minister Hong Jeong-kee Thursday.
Leaders of the world’s richest countries stressed the importance of carbon pricing in the goal to reach net-zero emissions at the Group of 7, or G7, summit held last weekend in Cornwall, England.
The P4G Summit was successfully completed just a few days ago. We congratulate the Korean government on this result, which owes much to its commitment. The year 2021 is a crucial year for climate and biodiversity. Many other events will mark the...
World leaders at the P4G Seoul Summit stressed that the path to carbon neutrality by 2050 is not only an environmental solution but can create great economic opportunity, while warning that decisive climate action has to take place in the next decade
World leaders adopted the Seoul Declaration at the second P4G Summit Monday, recognizing the climate crisis as a global threat and highlighting the international community’s commitment to achieving green growth through public-private partnerships.