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AP Interview: EU climate boss says emissions cuts not enough
Europe's climate chief has acknowledged for the first time that climate pledges made by national governments ahead of a major U.N. conference fall short of meeting the international goal of keeping global warming below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit).
Global climate pledges not enough but good start: European Commission
National pledges to cut greenhouse gas emissions, even if fully implemented, would cap global warming at 3 degrees Celsius rather than the 2 degrees targeted to avoid dangerous consequences, the European Commission said on Monday.
Ecuador's Correa prepares for ideological battle at COP21
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa said at a climate change event in Bolivia on Monday (12 October) that the world's peoples must unite to confront "the powerful" nations he said were responsible for environmental damage and global warming.
La declaración de la Conferencia sobre el cambio climático plantea el vivir bien
La Conferencia Mundial de los Pueblos Sobre Cambio Climático y Defensa de la Vida (CMPCC) realizada en Tiquipaya- Bolivia aprobó en plenaria el documento síntesis trabajado por 12 mesas temáticas que debatieron sobre el cambio climático y cuyas conclusiones serán expuestas en la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático (COP21) que tendrá lugar en París, Francia, en diciembre próximo.
El País
Evo Morales Closes Climate Change Summit in Bolivia
In his closing remarks of a three-day climate change summit near Cochabamba, Bolivian President Evo Morales said that capitalism is to blame for climate change, and that the conclusions made at the summit will be directly taken to the Paris climate change conference later this year.
Paris climate summit must deliver long-term framework: US
Ahead of the crucial Paris climate summit, the United States has said the much-awaited global meet must deliver a long-term transparent framework that ratchets down future emissions over time.
Economic Times
Une vingtaine d’entreprises s’engagent pour le climat à Paris
A quelques semaines de la conférence internationale sur le climat (COP 21), le monde de l’entreprise se mobilise : une vingtaine de sociétés et d’établissements aussi divers que le musée du Louvre, la Poste, Vinci, LVMH ou le groupe Casino ont signé lundi avec la mairie de Paris une charte « Paris Action Climat », qui fédère les initiatives pour lutter contre le dérèglement climatique.
Les Echos
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