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Carney backs green finance to cut emissions and boost growth
The Bank of England governor, Mark Carney, has thrown his weight behind the fledgling market in green investments to help cut carbon emissions and boost global economic growth.
Guardian
 
Bank of England's Carney calls for progress on green bonds
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney called for faster development of green bond markets to reduce climate change risks for the world economy and urged Germany to use its presidency of the Group of 20 economies in 2017 to make progress.
Reuters
 
Canete: EU to ratify Paris climate deal next month
Climate commissioner says European Union cannot be left as a ‘mere observer’ as member states agree to fast-track ratification
Climate Home
 
Morocco, Strongly Committed to Implementing Paris Agreement: FM
Morocco is strongly committed to implementing the Paris Agreement which will make the Marrakech conference the COP of action, said, on Wednesday in New York, COP22 president Salaheddine Mezouar.
Morocco World News
 
Climat: l'Allemagne ratifie l'accord de Paris
Les députés allemands ont ratifié aujourd'hui à l'unanimité l'accord de Paris sur le climat, un texte qualifié par la ministre de l'Environnement Barbara Hendricks de "grand signe d'espoir" pour lutter contre le réchauffement climatique.
Le Figaro
 
Peña llama a acelerar el Acuerdo de París; combate al cambio climático
El presidente Enrique Peña Nieto confió en que el Acuerdo de París sobre cambio climático entrará en vigor antes de la fecha límite, que es 2020, lo que habla del compromiso de las naciones, entre ellas México, por revertir el calentamiento de la tierra.
Excelsior
 
El Gobierno lanzará otra licitación para energías renovables
La avalancha de ofertas que recibió el Ministerio de Energía en la primera licitación de energías renovables lanzada a fines de julio (6000 Mw ofertados, para un cupo de 1000 Mw fijado inicialmente), se concentró principalmente en eólica y solar, mientras que los proyectos de biogás y biomasa no alcanzaron a cubrir el cupo.
El Cronista
 
 
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