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Light trim for rough draft of climate pact
Senior diplomats charged with condensing an unwieldy draft for a global climate rescue pact, due to be inked in December, handed in their much-anticipated homework.
AFP
 
Global warming deal takes shape with latest UN draft
A global pact to fight climate change began to take shape after the United Nations published a new draft of a deal that envoys from 195 nations are working to seal at a year-end summit in Paris.
AFP/Bloomberg
 
Fresh negotiating text promises 'strong foundation' for Paris Climate Summit
Hopes this year's UN climate summit in Paris will deliver an ambitious new international accord received a boost yesterday, as the UN published a 'streamlined' version of the crucial negotiating text underpinning the talks
BusinessGreen
 
U.S. companies pledge financial, political support for U.N. climate deal
Thirteen big name American companies on Monday were to announce $140 billion in low-carbon investments to lend support to a global climate change deal in Paris in December, the White House said.
Reuters
 
Climate Change: Apple, Microsoft, Google Among US Companies To Pledge $140B To Cut Carbon Emissions
Several U.S. companies, including Apple Inc., Google Inc., Microsoft Corp., and Bank of America Corp., will on Monday announce at least $140 billion in new investments to lower their carbon emissions and increase funding for clean energy
International Business Times
 
Las ciudades reaccionan para frenar el cambio climático
Las zonas urbanas aportan su grano de arena para frenar los gases que procuden el efecto invernadero
ABC España
 
Climat : les Nations unies s’emploient à faire repartir les négociations d’un bon pied
Les Etats disposent d’un nouveau texte sur lequel s’appuyer pour négocier. Les discussions en vue du futur accord de Paris, qui reprennent fin août, doivent s’en trouver facilitées.
Les Echos
 
 
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