|Samoa conference opens - Seychelles presents 4 major proposals for the sustainable development of SIDS |
Seychelles President James Michel has presented 4 major proposals for the sustainable development of small island developing states, in his address at the opening of the third international conference on SIDS which got underway this morning in Apia, Samoa.
|Seychelles News Agency|
|Bad weather for 2050 as TV forecasters imagine climate change|
Imaginary television weather forecasts predicted floods, storms and searing heat from Arizona to Zambia within four decades, as part of a United Nations campaign on Monday to draw attention to a U.N. summit this month on fighting global warming.
|‘Grossly inadequate’ - President Tuilaepa|
Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi, was yesterday voted as the President of the 2014 United Nations Third Small Island Developing States (S.I.D.S) Conference.
|United Nations predicts climate hell in 2050 with imagined weather forecasts|
'Reports from the future' warn of floods, storms and searing heat in campaign for climate change summit
|A five year project strengthening Natural Solutions in the Pacific region|
A 5-year, €5 million project titled 'Natural Solutions to Climate Change in the Pacific Islands Region: Implementing Ecosystem-based Adaption', has been signed on the cusp of the 3rd International Conference of Small Island Developing States.
|Young island poet to address Ban Ki-moon climate summit|
A young female poet from the Marshall Islands has been selected to address an audience including more than 100 heads of state at the opening ceremony of the U.N. secretary-general's climate change summit later this month.
|Thomson Reuters Foundation|
|More cash for EU industry, eastern states in 2030 climate goals: draft|
Big emitting industries and poorer eastern member states in the European Union could get tens of billions of euros in additional funds next decade to help them meet the bloc’s 2030 energy and climate goals, a draft EU document showed.
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