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|World Bank warns of climate perils|
A “frightening world” of global instability lies ahead unless governments tackle the threat of man-made climate change, the president of the World Bank has warned.
|Some climate change impacts unavoidable: World Bank|
Some future impacts of climate change, such as more extremes of heat and sea level rise, are unavoidable even if governments act fast to cut greenhouse gas emissions, the World Bank said on Sunday.
|Ministers of Environment and Foreign Affairs: COP to bring investments to Peru|
The United Nation’s 20th Edition of the Conference on Climate Change (COP 20) will enable to attract more investments to Peru, forecasted the minister of Environment, Manuel Pulgar-Vidal.
|Top Chinese legislator holds talks with Peruvian president|
China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang held talks here Friday with Peruvian President Ollanta Humala on bilateral ties.
|Prospects rise for a 2015 U.N. climate deal, but likely to be weak|
A global deal to combat climate change in 2015 looks more likely after promises for action by China, the United States and the European Union, but any agreement will probably be too weak to halt rising temperatures.
|Xi's talks with Pacific leaders focus on climate and infrastructure|
Samoa's Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, says climate change formed a major part of talks with the Chinese President Xi Jin Ping at the weekend.
|Radio New Zealand International|
|Botswana: Climate Change Worsens - Lesolle|
Growing evidence suggests that climate change is worsening through droughts and other severe weather events such as cyclones, tornadoes, floods and wildfires, says University of Botswana Department of Environmental Science Lecturer, Mr David Lesolle.
|Botswana Daily News|
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