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|Government set to stick to Paris agreement|
The Turnbull government is likely to resist pressure from within its ranks to dump the renewable energy target and pull out of the Paris climate change agreement, even if the US does.
|Next two years key in cementing global response to climate change|
The UAE has put efficiency at the heart of its domestic energy strategy and has also provided extensive support and investment for renewable energy in other developing countries
|3mn Nigerian workforce lose jobs due to increasing deforestation|
Giwa Bisi Rodipe, Chairman of BISROD Furniture Company Limited and expert in tree planting and environment regeneration has disclosed that rising felling and burning of economic trees and deforestation on going in almost all forest reserves across the nation accounts for 3 million job losses in the entire value of timber and wood production and processing.
|El calentamiento global afectará antes a EEUU que al resto del planeta|
Varias zonas de Estados Unidos, especialmente el noreste y sureste, experimentarán un aumento peligroso de las temperaturas hasta 20 años antes que el conjunto del planeta, según un estudio de la Universidad de Amherst publicado en el diario científico Plos One, a tiempo para la llegada del "escéptico" del clima, Donald Trump, a la Casa Blanca.
|Indian model to predict impact of climate change |
Indigenous assessment to be presented to IPCC to report on effect on ocean temperatures, weather patterns
|Climate change is a serious threat to Ghana's development - Prof Gordon|
Climate change is a serious threat to Ghana's ambition of becoming a fully fledged middle income country by 2020 as the country’s emissions of Green House Gases (GHG) had increased since 2004.
|Cop23 Capacity Building, Experience Will Help Position Us For Future Climate Change Challenges|
Leading world climate change advocate James Cameron's trip to Suva to advise our team and build our capacity to preside over COP23 is significant
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