【摘要】全世界都种满树,就可以实现“碳中和”吗?

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作者:莉娅 张大芊


中文摘要:森林是碳的蓄水池,不是仓库,就算在世界上可以种树的土地上种满森林,也无法吸收目前化石燃料燃烧释放的碳量。我们不仅需要注重造林,还要因地制宜,考虑整体的生态系统影响。恢复森林损失森林,阻止森林砍伐,从源头上减少排放,并寻找其他策略来去除已经在大气中积累的碳。


关键词:植树造林;碳中和;气候变化;碳排放;自然生态系统


Can a World Filled with Forests Brings Us Carbon Neutrality?

Author: LiamStan

Abstract:

Forests are carbon tankspools, not storagestanks. Even if the world is full of forests, it will not be able to absorb the carbon released by the current burning of fossil fuels at present. We not only need to focus on afforestation, but also its theimpact on overall the whole ecosystem impact. Forests Rrestoration, stopping deforestation, reducinge emissions, and finding other strategies to remove carbon that has already accumulated in the atmosphere are the ways to go.


Keywords: afforestation;, carbon neutrality;, climate change;, carbon emission;, ecosystem


重读人民协议》:发达国家需真正行动以偿还气候债务

作者:葛文 张大芊

中文摘要:气候变化是长期以来人为排放的结果,这个过程自工业革命就已开始,并且目前还没有放缓的趋势。发达国家的资本积累背后不仅殖民地人民的被剥削和屠戮,还是也有对自然资源的掠夺和能源结构的固化。 2010年举办的“气候变化和地球母亲权利世界各国人民会议”上发布的人民协议一语中的,点出了发达国家的不作为。本文详细论述了历史排放对于当前世界的影响,以及发达国家应该如何弥补自己的过去行为。

关键词:气候变化大会;格拉斯哥气候协议;碳排放;发达国家;非洲国家;环境补助;基本人权


Rereading the "People's Agreement": Developed Countries Needs Solid Action to Repay Climate Debt"

Author: GwenStan

Abstract:

Climate change is the result of man-made emissions over a long period of time. This process has started since the Industrial Revolution. The accumulation of capital in developed countries is a result from not only the exploitation and slaughter of the people in colonies, but also the plundering of natural resources and the fixation of out-of-date energy structures. The "People's Agreement" issued at the "World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth" held in 2010 points to the irresponsibility of the developed countries. This article discusses in detail the impact of historical emissions on the current world and how developed countries should compensate for their behavior.


Keywords: Climate Change Conference;, Glasgow Climate Agreement;, Carbon Emissions;, Developed Countries;, African Countries;, Environmental Subsidies;, Human Rights



《没有一荣俱荣,只有一损俱损!发达国家排放,最不发达国家买单——第26届联合国气候变化大会观察

作者:张晓倩 张大芊

中文摘要:

限制碳在大气中的总量,联合国气候变化大会提出国家自助自主贡献的概念,但这段谈判并非一帆风顺。碳配额及减碳责任的设定中存在不平等现象,导致发达国家拥有了更多的排放空间。与此同时,气候变化的后果果对反而排放最少的最不发达国家反而影响最大承担了主要部分。本文详述了碳排放配额的计算过程以及如何通过气候融资缓解目前气候适应资源分配不均的情况。


关键词:联合国气候变化大会;排放总量;碳排放;碳配额;生态债务;气候融资


" None for All and All for One: Developed Countries Emit, Least Developed Countries Suffer-Observation Comment on UNFCCC COP26

Author: Zhang XiaoqianDaqian

Abstract:

In order to limit the total amount of carbon in the atmosphere, the United Nations Climate Change Conference put forward the concept of NDCs, but the negotiation has not been a smooth sailing. The inequality in carbon quotas and carbon reduction responsibilities has resulted in more emissions in developed countries. At the same time, the bitter fruits of climate change have thebeen taken largely by greatest impact on the least developed countries that contributed least to it. This article details the calculation process of carbon emission and how should climate financing alleviate the uneven distribution of adaptation resources.


Keywords: United Nations Climate Change Conference;, Total Emissions;, Carbon Emissions;, Carbon Allowances;, Ecological Debt;, Climate Financing


解析《格拉斯哥气候公约》:煤炭、化石燃料和碳市场

作者:Stan张大芊

中文摘要:

《联合国气候变化框架公约》第26次缔约方大会(UNFCCC COP26)的谈判在延长一天后,各缔约方国家于格拉斯哥通过了名为《格拉斯哥气候公约》(后简称《公约》)的成果文件。文件呼吁:逐步减少煤炭使用,结束化石燃料补贴,调动气候资金,加快减排节奏。   


关键词:气候变化;化石能源;富裕国家;发展中国家;气候资金;碳市场;碳减排


Decoding the Glasgow Climate Pact: Coal, Fossil Fuel and Carbon Market

Author: Stan

SummaryAbstract:

After the negotiations of theThe 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) wereas extended for one day, after negotiations. Tthe parties passed an outcome document called the Glasgow Climate Pact. The document calls for: phrasinge down coal, ending fossil fuel subsidies, mobilizing climate funds, and accelerating the pace of emissions reduction.


Keywords: climate change;, fossil energy;, developed countries;, developing countries;, climate finance;, carbon market;, carbon emission reduction