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|On Mother Earth Day, UN urges protecting planet from ‘heavy hand of humankind’|
On International Mother Earth Day, the United Nations is urging greater efforts to promote sustainable development and use of renewable energy sources, with Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon appealing for worldwide changes in attitude and practice to curb the negative impact of human activity on the planet.
|UN News Centre|
|EU to step up energy cooperation with Pacific islands|
The European Union (EU) announced on Tuesday it will strengthen cooperation with the Pacific island countries in supporting renewable energy and fighting climate change in the area.
|ONU ubica a cuatro países andinos como vulnerables a cambio climático|
La oficina del Programa Mundial de Alimentos (PMA) para América Latina y el Caribe, agencia especializada de la ONU, alertó ayer martes sobre la vulnerabilidad que enfrentan cuatro países andinos por el cambio climático. Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador y Perú están expuestos a desastres naturales y a amenazas en seguridad alimentaria, según el "Atlas de Seguridad Alimentaria, Desastres y Cambio Climático", presentado este martes por el PMA con motivo del Día Mundial de la Tierra".
|China Radio International|
|UN releases ‘multiple choice’ of options for 2015 climate deal |
Released document outlines various pathways towards global carbon cutting package due to be agreed in Paris
|China carbon cash party over as U.N. credit stream dries up|
Revenues for China's biggest sellers of U.N.-issued carbon credits shrunk last year to a tenth of 2012 values, choking off billions of dollars flowing to clean energy projects in the world's top carbon-emitter.
|Draft climate change legislation to tighten carbon pledges|
Draft climate change legislation to be published today contains several key changes that will tighten the State’s obligations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
|Jimmy Carter urges US, China leadership on climate |
Former US president Jimmy Carter on Tuesday urged his country and China, two of the world's biggest fossil fuel polluters, to take the lead on halting climate change.
|In the spotlight|