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Governments certain to seal Paris climate deal: U.N. climate chief
Governments are certain to sign a global climate deal in Paris in six months' time even though most countries have yet to outline how they plan to cut emissions, the United Nations' climate chief said on Tuesday.
Political mood good for climate deal: France's Fabius
Despite "extremely complex" issues, the political mood for reaching a global climate deal this year is stronger than ever, says French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.
World has no choice but to decarbonise - UN climate chief
Responding to climate change in the next 15 years is the world's "mega development project", given the need to invest trillions of dollars in infrastructure, creating jobs and economic stability, the United Nations' top climate change official said on Tuesday.
Don Felipe destaca la importancia que tiene luchar contra el cambio climático
El Rey ha destacado hoy la importancia que tiene la lucha contra el cambio climático al inaugurar en Barcelona el XII salón "Carbón Expo 2015", uno de los principales foros sobre mercados de carbono y el cambio del clima y que se celebra unos meses antes de la Cumbre del Cambio Climático de París.
Avec la COP21, Fabius veut conjurer l'échec de Copenhague
Le monde n'a jamais été aussi proche d'un accord universel sans précédent sur la lutte contre le réchauffement climatique mais de nombreux obstacles restent à surmonter avant la conférence de Paris, en décembre, juge le chef de la diplomatie française.
Energy industry calls for new emissions targets to aid low-carbon growth
World governments need to set clear long-term goals at Paris climate talks and invest about $50tn to bring about changes needed to avoid dangerous global warming, say World Energy Council
Investment fund CEOs call for long-term greenhouse gas cuts
Some of the world's biggest investment funds urged the Group of Seven industrialized nations on Tuesday to commit to a long-term goal to cut world greenhouse gas emissions as part of a U.N. climate deal due to be agreed in December.
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