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|French host of climate talks seeks EU pledge by March 20|
EU ministers must agree by March 20 a European Union goal to cut the bloc's emissions by at least 40 percent as its official contribution to U.N. climate change talks, French Energy Minister Segolene Royal said on Thursday.
|“Second wave” of climate pledges to UN deal expected in September |
New analysis shows a third of 81 surveyed countries have not started work yet on contribution to Paris pac
|Europe blazes trail against climate change|
AS CHAOS from climate change ramps up in the coming decades, making floods, droughts and heatwaves commonplace, Europe will be ready. So says the European Environment Agency, which launched its five-year assessment of the state of Europe's environment in Copenhagen, Denmark, this week
|India, Egypt form joint working group on climate change |
Ahead of the UN climate conference in Paris later this year, India and Egypt have decided to form a "joint working group" for "cooperation on environment and climate change".
|Shell’s Ollila Says Society Must Find ‘Middle Way’ on Climate Change|
Royal Dutch Shell PLC Chairman Jorma Ollila is joining Chief Executive Ben van Beurden in backing efforts to limit carbon emissions ahead of international climate talks in Paris later this year.
|Wall Street Journal|
|Poland Seeks to Limit EU Carbon Fix’s Impact on Producers|
The European Union draft carbon-market fix should be amended to prevent planned supply controls from curbing the number of free emission permits for power producers, according to the Polish government.
|Paris veut jouer un rôle pendant la conférence sur le climat|
La Ville de Paris entend être un hôte exemplaire de la conférence mondiale sur le climat (COP21) à la fin de l'année et un acteur de ce rendez-vous en lançant dès le printemps des actions concrètes
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