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UN chief lauds China's leadership in G20 summit
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is lauding the Chinese government for its focus on the future at the forthcoming G20 summit
CRI
 
Top Chinese legislature reviews Paris Agreement on climate change
China's top legislature started to convene its bi-monthly session on Monday, reviewing the proposal to review and ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change and other matters.
IANS
 
Jalisco se prepara para dos eventos contra el cambio climático
Con el fin de ser líder nacional y estar en la visión internacional, Jalisco se prepara para ser sede de la reunión anual del Grupo de Trabajo de Gobernadores por el Clima y los Bosques (GCF), que está conformado por 29 estados y provincias a nivel mundial, y para la II Cumbre de Cambio Climático de las Américas (CCCA), en la cual participan 16 gobernadores.
El Informador
 
Paris Agreement: US special envoy for climate change to arrive in New Delhi today
On September 2, Pershing will travel to Mumbai for meetings with members of the finance sector on how to catalyze investment in clean energy.
Indian Express
 
Climate change predicted to halve coffee-growing area that supports 120m people
More than 120 million of the world’s poorest depend on the coffee economy, a report says, and their livelihoods are already suffering from temperature rises
Guardian
 
Indian Scientists Design Solar Tree to Save Space for Solar Power Generation
Indian scientists have designed a “solar tree” that they hope will help overcome one of the key challenges the country faces in the generation of solar power.
Voice of America
 
“Si no frenamos el cambio climático volverán las hambrunas”
El hijo de Susan Sontag advierte que "a la pobreza se la vence con medidas políticas, no con filantropía"
El País
 
 
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