Acontecimentos mundiais previstos para setembro 2019
September 1, 2019 - September 30, 2019 - A Agenda Mundial apresenta uma antevisão dos acontecimentos mundiais previstos para setembro, como a 74ª sessão da Assembleia Geral da ONU e a cimeira da Ação Climática da ONU em Nova Iorque, as eleições antecipadas em Israel e a chegada da sonda indiana Chandrayaan-2 à Lua. O Mundial de Râguebi também começa em setembro no Japão.
Sep 23, UN: Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg will be a notable attendee at the Climate Action summit in New York. The teenager, who refuses to fly, crossed the Atlantic in a zero- carbon racing yacht to attend the conference
Sep 17, Israel: Centrist Benny Gantz (right) has another chance to win power as voters return to the polls after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form
a coalition government following April’s election
Sep 7, Space:The Chandrayaan-2 robotic lunar lander is due to make a soft landing some 600km from the lunar south pole, making India the fourth country to land a probe on the moon
Sep 17, UN: Secretary-General Antonio Guterres (left) will urge General Assembly delegates to find a solution to the worst cash flow crunch in years. A single funding pool for all peacekeeping operations could help remedy a $2bn shortfall
Sep, U.S.: Motorcycle giant Harley-Davidson aims to combat shrinking sales with an all-electric bike, LiveWire, aimed at millennials rather than the dwindling baby boomer generation
Sep 20, Spain: Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan sailed from Seville 500 years ago to find a western sea route to the Spice Islands. The expedition resulted in the first circumnavigation
of the world
Sep 20-Nov 2, Japan: The ninth Rugby World Cup is the first to be staged in Asia. New Zealand’s all-powerful All Blacks will be aiming to win the tournament for the fourth time
Sep 22, U.S.: Game of Thrones looks set for a grand farewell at the Emmy awards, with 32 nominations.
But it could miss out on a fourth Outstanding Series award because the final series was widely criticized as hurried