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|What I expect from Paris – Climate change conference must be the turning point towards a low-carbon, climate-resilient future: Ban Ki-moon|
For the nearly nine years that I have been Secretary-General, I have travelled the world to the frontlines of climate change, and I have spoken repeatedly with world leaders, business people and citizens about the need for an urgent global response.
|The Times of India|
|Obama to meet China's Xi, India's Modi at Paris climate talks: White House|
U.S. President Barack Obama will meet China's president and India's prime minister on the first day of the Paris climate talks on Nov. 30 to give momentum to the two-week U.N. negotiations, White House officials said on Tuesday.
|Xi to Give Speech at Opening of Paris Climate Conference|
BEIJING — President Xi Jinping will speak at a key climate change conference in Paris later this month, before making state visits to South Africa and Zimbabwe, officials announced Wednesday.
|New York Times|
|India’s carbon caution in Paris|
India needs to stake a claim on a fair and reasonable share of the global carbon budget. It must also confront the perception that this is a demand for the unrestricted use of coal.
|China urges "differentiated responsibilities" on climate change|
BEIJING, Nov. 25 (Xinhua) -- China has called for the upcoming Paris Climate Conference to be realistic about the different capabilities and responsibilities among developed and developing countries.
|Paris climate talks: Tim Flannery optimistic global agreement will be reached|
Australian Climate Council chief Tim Flannery says he is optimistic world leaders will reach a global agreement on climate change during talks in Paris next week.
|Paris climate change summit a powerful rebuke to terrorists: Obama |
The climate change summit in Paris next week is a “powerful rebuke” to terrorists and shows the global resolve to fight them, US President Barack Obama said, as he meet other world leaders during the important global meet on climate change in Paris, the city which was rocked by ISIS terror attacks earlier this month.
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