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Merkel vows to convince climate change ‘doubters’
German Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed Tuesday to work to convince climate change “doubters” as the world waits to see whether US President Donald Trump will endorse the Paris agreement.
AFP
 
Petersberg dialogue: Extent of US role a concern at climate meet
The annual Petersberg Climate Dialogue concluded in Berlin with a stronger and clear commitment to the Paris Agreement and a call for cooperation in fighting climate change, despite anxiety over the extent of the US’ continued participation.
Economic Times
 
We must push on with Paris Agreement - PM
Prime Minister and incumbent COP23 President Voreqe Bainimarama has appealed to the goodwill of the international community to work together to harness efforts in the global fight against climate change.
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
 
Petersberg Climate Meet raises concerns over US withdrawing from Paris Agreement
The eighth edition of Petersberg Climate dialogue began here with serious concerns over United States withdrawing from an active role in climate change leadership.
Economic Times
 
Merkel urge acción contra el cambio climático a los países
La canciller alemana, Angela Merkel, instó hoy a todos los países a trabajar conjuntamente en la lucha contra el cambio climático, diseñando estrategias, promoviendo inversiones sostenibles y avanzando en el Acuerdo del clima de París, porque el mundo comparte un "destino".
EFE Verde
 
Climat: le Canada, la Chine et l'Union européenne unissent leurs forces
Le Canada, la Chine et l'Union européenne ont décidé qu'ils n'attendraient pas de savoir ce que le président américain Donald Trump fera de l'Accord de Paris sur le climat avant d'agir.
La Presse
 
Xie Zhenhua : la Chine prépare un « Plan chinois » pour la mise en œuvre de l'« Accord de Paris »
Xie Zhenhua, envoyé spécial de la Chine sur le changement climatique, a déclaré à Berlin le 22 mai que la Chine est en train de préparer un « Plan chinois » sur les questions relatives à la mise en œuvre de l'« Accord de Paris ». La détermination de la Chine à faire progresser le processus de gouvernance climatique mondiale est sans faille, et elle continuera à travailler avec les parties concernées, afin de faire en sorte que le processus de négociations multilatérales permette d'obtenir des résultats positifs.
French.china.org.cn
 
 
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