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|Despite carbon ruling, White House says U.S. can meet climate deal goals|
The White House promised on Wednesday that it would be able to uphold U.S. commitments to an international climate change agreement, as a court ruling heightened concerns about the stability of the global carbon reduction pact reached last year.
|Laurent Fabius quits French foreign ministry, stays as climate talks president|
Veteran politician who steered Paris climate summit to successful conclusion is moving to head up the Constitutional Council
|Fabius continue sur le climat et garde un bureau au Quai d’Orsay |
Nommé à la tête du Conseil constitutionnel, Laurent Fabius ne quittera pas totalement le Quai d’Orsay, puisqu’il y gardera un bureau comme président de la COP21, chargé pour quelques mois encore de suivre les négociations climatiques sous l’égide de l’ONU.
|BP stresses need for global carbon pricing as world faces 25% rise in CO2 emissions to 2035|
Policymakers must accelerate moves to global carbon pricing to help rein in energy-related CO2 emissions projected to rise 25% between 2013-2035, oil giant BP said on Wednesday in its long-term energy outlook.
|Delay of clean power plan stokes worries about Paris treaty|
The Obama administration asserted Wednesday that a Supreme Court order delaying enforcement of its new clean-power rules will ultimately have little impact on meeting the nation's obligations under the recent Paris climate agreement.
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|With oil fee, Obama shows plan for sector-by-sector carbon price: Kemp|
U.S. President Barack Obama’s budget would raise $319 billion over 10 years from the phased introduction of an oil fee equivalent to $10.25 per barrel on crude oil, according to budget documents published on Tuesday.
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