A Guide To The Lyrics The song “We Love the SDGs” was written by Alan AtKisson to capture every one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals: they are reflected in both the chorus, and in the rap section in the middle of the song. The verses are inspired by the global process of negotiation and implementation, facilitated by the United Nations.
Position of the Bulgaria Climate Coalition about the global climate agreement reached during the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 21) in Paris The UN climate negotiations (COP 21) concluded in Paris last week. The agreement reached is an important milestone in terms of global measures to counteract climate change.
Gross production of electricity in 2010 is 46.7 TWh, which is 8.5% higher than the production in 2009. The commercial export of electricity is 18.2% of the gross production. The structure of electricity production is dominated by thermal power plants using coal, followed by the nuclear power plant “Kozloduy”. Electricity produced from wind in 2010 is 681.4 GWh, which has grown almost 3 times compared to 2009 and represents 12.1% of gross electricity production from RES.
After examining the harmful effects that extracting and burning coal have on human health and the environment, Greenpeace Bulgaria has drawn attention to the support that the coal sector receives. The focus of this report is the direct and indirect ways the state supports, keeps and prolongs the existence of a sector that belongs to the past.
This second coal report from Greenpeace Bulgaria examines two alarming aspects related to the operations of thermal power plants in the country. Climate change – drought Burning coal is one of the main causes of climate change. Drought in many parts of the world including Bulgaria is a result of climate change.