当新加坡为全球气候变化行动…

在马来西亚决策者仍对投资重心犹豫不决的当儿,新加坡已经为全球气候变化的解决方案投入大量资源。

新加坡早已意识到能影响其国家兴衰存亡的因素。水资源为其中之一:经过敦马哈迪在80与90年代施加的压力后,新加坡进行了大规模的海水淡化厂建设计划,废水回收与循环以及增加水库容量。

如今,危机不再是马来西亚的政客所为,而是源自于大自然。上星期六,新加坡的降雨量在仅仅4小时高达半个月雨量之多,海平面测量也显示比70年代上升了17厘米。

因此,新加坡开始采取行动。海上防御工程的建设费用高达1000亿新元;所有建筑物需在海拔4米以上再多建一米。他们正在考虑使用全新的海岸管理技术,例如荷兰人开发的圩田(以旱地为缓冲区的海堤)。同时间,大量支持全球气候变化的研究,特别是影响热带地区的项目,并成为气候方案研究中心。

#全球气候变化 #海平面上升

马力克 . 阿里
原文: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/malekali_climatechange-sealevelrise-activity-6790799927007170560-j9DO/

Spanish clubs unanimously and forcefully reject the Super League format

MADRID, April 22, 2021 — LaLiga met yesterday with the 39 clubs not invited to be part of the European Super League to discuss the recent proposal for this format. 

The present clubs at the meeting unanimously and strongly rejected the plans for this competition. All clubs firmly believe in sporting merit as the sole criteria to qualify to international club competitions through domestic leagues.  

Today football fans across Europe can dream that their club, no matter the size, may excel, climb to the top and compete at the pinnacle of European football. This European tradition of football for all is paramount and should not be threatened or changed.  

Global resistance over the past few days has proven that a closed, elitist league is unviable and unwanted. The reaction proves just how much the open ecosystem and football community means to people. 

LaLiga and the clubs gathered today want to thank everyone involved for the support they have shown this week on this significant issue. 

LaLiga will continue to work with stakeholders including fan groups, government, UEFA, the RFEF, AFE and European Leagues to protect the best interests of the game and calls on those clubs still involved in the proposed competition to cease their involvement immediately.   

Signed by: Athletic Club, CA Osasuna, Cádiz CF, Deportivo Alavés, Elche CF, Getafe CF, Granada CF, Levante UD, RC Celta, Real Betis, Real Sociedad, Real Valladolid CF, SD Eibar, SD Huesca, Sevilla FC, Valencia CF, Villarreal CF; AD Alcorcón, Albacete BP, CD Castellón, CD Leganés, CD Lugo, CD Mirandés, CD Tenerife, CE Sabadell, CF Fuenlabrada, FC Cartagena, Girona FC, Málaga CF, Rayo Vallecano, RCD Espanyol de Barcelona, RCD Mallorca, Real Oviedo, Real Sporting, Real Zaragoza, SD Ponferradina, UD Almería, UD Las Palmas, UD Logroñés. 

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