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India vows to cut carbon intensity in Paris pledge
As the last major economy to submit a target for a global climate pact, India is pledging to reduce the intensity of its carbon emissions and boost the share of electricity produced from sources other than fossil fuels to 40 percent by 2030.
Insurance bosses call for collective action on climate change
Lloyd's of London and other insurers called for collective action to address climate change on Thursday, after a report from the UK regulator this week highlighted risks to their industry from global warming.
'Not ideal': climate change experts criticize emissions pledges ahead of Paris summit
At least 140 countries have submitted their tentative pledges to limit greenhouse gas emissions ahead of the Paris summit. A quartet of climate research bodies has criticized the pledges saying they're "not ideal."
Deutsche Welle
Philippines commits to cut emissions by 70 per cent
The Philippines’ initial commitments to help achieve a below two degree Celsius increase in global temperatures were transmitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change on Thursday as part of the nation’s contributions to the climate negotiations this year.
Los planes nacionales contra el cambio climático siguen siendo insuficientes
El Climate Action Tracker afirma que con los compromisos presentados hasta ahora ante la ONU por los grandes paises emisores de gases invernadero, la temperatura del planeta subirá 2,7 grados
La Vanguardia
Paris Climate Deal Should be Comprehensive, Equitable: India
Calling for a comprehensive and equitable climate change agreement at Paris summit later this year, India today said developing countries can do more if they are enabled in their efforts with the provision of finance, technology transfer and capacity building support from developed countries.
Los estados insulares reclaman medidas urgentes para hacer frente al cambio climático
Los estados insulares del Pacífico y el Caribe han reclamado este jueves ante la Asamblea General de Naciones Unidas que se tomen medidas urgentes para hacer frente al cambio climático, con el presidente de Micronesia hablando de un "potencial genocidio" a causa del incremento del nivel del mar.
Europa Press
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