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|Cities, regions, demand bigger climate say|
Lyon (AFP) - Leaders of city and regional governments gathered Wednesday in the French city of Lyon, in the grips of a western European heatwave, to demand a bigger stake in the global push to curb global warming.
|U.N. warns of risks as Europe enjoys scorcher|
The United Nations warned on Wednesday of the dangers posed by hot weather, especially to children and the elderly, as much of Europe sweltered in a heatwave whose intensity it blamed on climate change.
|INTERVIEW: "Climate change is in everybody's backyard" – Robert Redford|
1 July 2015 – Actor and environmental activist Robert Redford paid his first visit to the United Nations Headquarters in New York this week.
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|1,700 cities stress local action key to UN climate deal |
Holding half of the world’s population and releasing 70% of its greenhouse gases, cities are vital players in fighting climate change.
|Fossil heavy FTSE 100 threatens UK economic stability – report|
The UK’s FTSE 100 stock market index is exposing investors to unacceptable levels of risk due to the high level of listed fossil fuel companies.
|Scientists predict polar bear population crash|
Salmon: Imperilled polar bears will see a population crash in most parts of the Arctic if global greenhouse gas emissions continue at current rates, thereby causing accelerated melting of the sea ice the animals depend on for survival, a study has found.
|Alaska’s Glaciers Melt Faster as Climate Change Speeds Up |
LONDON—The glaciers of Alaska are melting and retreating: the chief cause is climate change and the loss of ice is unlikely to slow, according to a new study by US scientists.
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