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Four Conclusions from Davos (by Christiana Figueres)
With promising milestones on the horizon for climate change and the development agenda this year, much of the discussion among public and private sector leaders at the World Economic Forum 2015 Annual Meeting focused on the role of energy in transforming our growth model.
Huffington Post
Ahead of Modi's visit, Berlin lays red carpet of assurances
Supporting India's efforts to deal with the threat of climate change through a range of adaptation measures, Germany on Wednesday promised to help the country in its efforts of cleaning the Ganga, conservation of water resources, waste management, its step to develop smart cities and meet its renewable energy goals by extending technological and financial support.
Times of India
Germany pledges to support India in climate change talks
Within hours of US President Barak Obama’s departure, Germany has agreed to back India in the protracted climate change negotiations with Berlin agreeing to a contentious Indian proposal on how international assistance on emission reduction measures should be spent.
Deccan Herald
5C rise in temperature tipped for Australia
Australia is on course to experience some of the world’s most extreme temperature increases as well as more torrential rain and increased flooding, a new report shows.
Prince Charles: business must stop blocking action on climate change
Prince Charles has launched a blistering attack on companies that are actively seeking to delay progress on preventing runaway climate change.
Are green bonds a fair weather phenomenon?
Could bond markets help save the world? With enthusiasm in debt capital markets at high levels thanks to ultra low interest rates, it is not unreasonable to hope some of the energy could be used to tackle global climate change.
Financial Times
'World can cut carbon emissions and live well'
Forests around the world will need to be expanded by 5-15% to limit global temperature rises to 2C.
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