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|G7 nations pledge to end fossil fuel subsidies by 2025 |
Leaders of the UK, US, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the EU urge all countries to join them in eliminating support for coal, oil and gas in a decade
|Climat : les négociateurs quittent Bonn avec un agenda… et des frustrations|
En quittant le Convention Center des bords du Rhin, jeudi 26 mai au soir, les « négociateurs climat » s’interrogeaient sur l’atmosphère qui dominerait leur prochaine rencontre officielle, la conférence mondiale de Marrakech, ou COP22, en novembre au Maroc.
|Saudi diplomat at UN climate talks proud of her global role|
Saudi diplomat Sarah Baashan who has been appointed to a key position in the UN climate negotiations spoke to Okaz/Saudi Gazette about her new role.
|Négociations climat : ces femmes qui cachent la forêt de costards|
A Bonn, si les postes clés pour préparer la COP 22 de novembre à Marrakech étaient féminins, lors des moments forts, les hommes reprennent la main au sein des délégations.
|UN Draws BNP Paribas for Green-Bond Push to Unlock Funding|
The United Nations is on a mission to make green bonds even greener and has linked up with BNP Paribas SA to make it happen.
|G7 leaders call on aviation industry to agree market-based measure |
Joint statement from G7 leaders in Japan recognises the “urgent need” for the aviation industry to adopt zero-carbon growth strategy by 2020
|Business Green |
|Chinese G20 presidency to boost innovation-based growth |
OECD Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20, Gabriela Ramos, has hailed China's G20 presidency's efforts in seeking to integrate efforts of G20 countries to reboost global growth as "encouraging" and "ambitious."
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