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|UN Green Climate Fund seated in S.Korea|
The headquarters of the Green Climate Fund (GCF), a new UN fund aimed at helping developing countries tackle climate change, is officially opened in South Korea on Wednesday.
|UN Green Climate Fund opens, concerns remain over finance drought|
The headquarters of the UN’s Green Climate Fund will be officially opened tomorrow in Songdo, South Korea, although it is not expected to be fully operational or receive funding until the second quarter of 2014.
|Mecanismo verde de la ONU se instala en Corea del Sur|
Los gobiernos tienen ahora una herramienta crucial para ceder miles de millones de dólares en financiación a países en desarrollo, expuso Christiana Figueres, secretaria ejecutiva de la CMNUCC
|UN chief eyes agreement at next year's climate change talks in Lima|
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday voiced the hope that next year's global climate change talks in Lima could produce a legal document and other joint measures.
|Perú tendrá rol crucial en COP 20|
El secretario general de las Naciones Unidas (ONU), Ban Ki-moon, afirmó que el Perú asumirá el próximo año un papel crucial frente al cambio climático, al albergar en Lima la cumbre de la COP 20, que busca un nuevo acuerdo climático para el mundo.
|Green Climate Fund May Lure Investors Seeking Bond Alternatives|
The Green Climate Fund, set up by the United Nations to help direct clean-energy funding to developing countries, may lure investors including PensionDanmark A/S seeking higher-yielding bond-market alternatives.
|Federal study warns of sudden climate change woes|
Hard-to-predict sudden changes to Earth's environment are more worrisome than climate change's bigger but more gradual impacts, a panel of scientists advising the federal government concluded Tuesday.
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