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Climate change: United Nations' Ban Ki-moon says time to scale up climate change action
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has warned action on climate change must be faster and broader in order to turn the Paris deal promises to combat global warming into concrete measures.
Secretario general de ONU llama a "un cambio radical de la economía global"
El secretario general de la ONU, Ban Ki-moon, apostó hoy por un "cambio radical en la economía global" que facilite un crecimiento económico sostenible, en la apertura de la Cumbre de Acción Climática, que busca soluciones específicas para aplicar los Acuerdos de París del pasado año.
La Vanguardia
Mobilisation internationale pour concrétiser l'accord de Paris
Le secrétaire général de l'ONU Ban Ki-moon et un parterre de personnalités se sont réunis jeudi à Washington pour discuter des moyens de concrétiser l'accord de Paris sur le climat, qu'il faut « appliquer dès que possible », selon M. Ban.
Governments, Business Leaders Urge Action on Climate Change
If the world's governments, particularly those in developing countries, continue to increase their reliance on coal and other fossil fuels, "we are finished. That was the sobering assessment of World Bank Group President Dr. Jim Yong Kim during his opening statement Thursday at the World Climate Summit in Washington.
Voice of America
US identifies priority areas to help Caribbean economies grow
United States Secretary of State John Kerry has identified what he regarded as three priority areas in which the Obama Administration would like the economies of Latin America and the Caribbean to grow and thrive.
Jamaica Observer
EEUU compromete ayuda a la independencia energética del Caribe y Centroamérica
Estados Unidos se comprometió el miércoles a destinar fondos para promover la independencia energética del Caribe y Centroamérica, en una cumbre en Washington con líderes de ambas regiones que, asegura, no es "en contra de Venezuela".
NGOs see post-Paris surge in companies taking on GHG goals
Dozens of large corporations have taken on voluntary 2 degrees C-aligned emissions reduction targets since the Paris Agreement, though the list is very light on big-emitting heavy industry.
Carbon Pulse
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