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Arctic could warm by 17C if all known fossil fuels are burned, study finds
Burning all the fossil fuels we know to exist on Earth could push global temperature an average of 8C above preindustrial levels, according to new research.
Carbon Brief
La ONU alerta de que el cambio climático avanza más rápido de lo previsto
Naciones Unidas insta a asegurar el acceso a agua potable y pide a los Gobiernos que tomen medidas para paliar las consecuencias del calentamiento
El País
Investors demand climate transparency in week of fossil fuel AGM action
Climate-concerned investors set to vote on key environmental resolutions this week at Exxon and Chevron annual general meetings
Climate negotiators focus on carbon credits, underplay human rights
Finding a workable compromise that allows a long-lived UN program to both reduce carbon emissions while also protecting the lives and lands of indigenous and impoverished people in the developing world ought to be an achievable goal, says John Knox.
Small Island Nations Increasing Resilience with Climate Change Innovation and Adaptation
Recent information from the World Bank indicates that small island nations have already begun taking steps to increase resilience in the face of climate change.
EDM Digest
Exxon, Shell, Total, Statoil renew clean energy drive
The big oil companies’ on-off affair with renewable energies seems to be back on track.
Climate Home
UN Climate negotiations update - how to raise and allocate $100 billion
The UN intersessional negotiations on climate change (UNFCCC) which started in Bonn last week enter their second week with the big question - how to find and allocate by 2020 the $100bn as agreed in the Paris Agreement. Delegate Pavlos Georgiadis reports.
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