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|The Road to Paris - UN Climate Chief Christiana Figueres|
United Nations climate chief Christiana Figueres expects that a global and legally binding agreement will emerge from a climate summit in Paris later this year, but she concedes that the commitments countries have made so far fall short of keeping temperature rise below two degrees.
|Radio New Zealand|
|France urges nations to reveal details of climate action plans, road maps|
France, host of this year’s climate change conference, has urged all nations to reveal details of the climate action plans they have been submitting, and present road maps for attaining the targets they have set.
|French Special Envoy for COP 21 confident about the successful Paris outcome|
aurence Tubiana, Ambassador for International Climate Change Negotiations and Special Representative of the French Government for COP 21, today spelt out the key elements of a "good outcome" of the conference in Paris in December this year as one that formalises a new legal instrument that is universal and legally binding to enable the global community address the challenges of climate change.
|Investment flows are not automatically climate finance: India|
The government on Monday said investment flows in themselves cannot be treated as finance for climate-friendly technologies unless specifically designated as such.
|U.S. private sector vows to ante up on climate finance|
Some of the biggest U.S. corporate names on Monday offered their support - and billions of dollars in green financing pledges - to buttress the Obama administration's quest for a global agreement on combating climate change.
|Las 13 mayores compañías de EE.UU. se alistan contra el cambio climático|
Piden un acuerdo ambicioso contra el cambio climático en la Cumbre de París y, mientras tanto, predican con el ejemplo
|Ban welcomes UN's endorsement of action plan on post-2015 development financing|
The United Nations General Assembly on Monday endorsed the new global action agenda for financing sustainable development adopted two weeks ago by a major UN conference, and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed the move as a major step that firmly puts the world "on the path to a more prosperous, just and sustainable world for this and future generations."
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