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EU court overturns carbon market free quotas
The EU's top court on Thursday overturned free quotas for the bloc's carbon market up to 2030, a key part of strategies to curb global warming emissions.
AFP
 
EU High Court Rules Against Businesses on Carbon Credits
The European Union’s highest court on Thursday ordered the European Commission to adjust its emissions-trading program in a way that could raise costs for some of the bloc’s biggest companies.
Wall Street Journal
 
Rising heat at work is major new climate threat: U.N.
Searing temperatures will cost emerging economies up to 10 percent in lost daytime working hours, if countries do not cut planet-warming emissions further than they have promised so far, U.N. agencies and international labor bodies said on Thursday.
Thomson Reuters Foundation
 
El cambio climático se ceba con las especies ya más amenazadas
Un estudio con los antílopes africanos muestra que los animales con hábitat más reducidos serán los más afectados por el calentamiento global
El País
 
G-77 Should Adopt South-South Climate Change Program of Action: Ambassador Djoghlaf
The 134 members of the Group of 77 and China (G-77) made their mark on the Paris Climate Change Agreement and should now adopt a program of action to implement it, Ambassador Ahmed Djoghlaf told IPS in a recent interview.
IPS
 
'We will have climate refugees': U.S. secretary talks Arctic climate change
Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says the key to dealing with climate change in the Arctic is to have "real conversations" with the Inuit peoples who live there.
CTV
 
Marruecos desvela su hoja de ruta para la próxima cumbre climática COP22
El Gobierno de Marruecos desveló hoy su hoja de ruta para llevar a buen puerto la próxima cumbre internacional sobre el cambio climático (COP22) que se organizará del 7 al 18 de noviembre en la ciudad de Marrakech.
Terra
 
 
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