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A Path Beyond the Paris Climate Change Conference
The pledges that countries have signaled they will make in Paris over the next two weeks to cut emissions will inevitably fall short of what is needed to solve the problem of climate change.
The New York Times
Obama urges world action on climate change: No nation ‘immune’ to global warming
President Obama joined leaders from 150 nations on Monday in pledging action against climate change, kicking off a historic two-week gathering that Obama called a “turning point” in the battle against one of humanity’s gravest threats.
The Washington Post
#Jourdeclimat : immersion dans un monde affecté par le changement climatique
Fonte accélérée des glaciers, montée des eaux, sécheresses et inondations : aux quatre coins de la planète, le dérèglement climatique est à l’œuvre.
Le Monde
Figueres (ONU) valora el "punto de inflexión" de los últimos años pero pide llegar un "acuerdo urgente" en París
La secretaria ejecutiva de la Convención Marco de Cambio Climático de la ONU, Christiana Figueres, ha valorado que en los últimos años se ha producido "un punto de inflexión" en materia de cambio climático,
La information
Climate change: Why you should pay attention to the COP21 summit in Paris
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A 2-degree rise in global average temperatures could mean 20-year megadroughts
Los líderes mundiales abren en París una cumbre tan decisiva como incierta
La cumbre del clima de París se abrió hoy entre grandilocuentes discursos y épicos llamamientos a la acción de más de 150 líderes mundiales, que deberán traducirse, al cabo de dos semanas de negociación, en un acuerdo universal para frenar el cambio climático.
Agencia EFE
Nations most at risk of climate change urge lower warming cap
Leaders from a group of 43 countries most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change called on the first day of U.N. climate talks for a new deal that puts the world on track to limit global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Yahoo News
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