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IMF Chief: We're cooked if we fail on climate change
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said Wednesday that failure to take urgent action on global warming will condemn humanity to the same fate as the Peruvian poultry that so many delegates to the group's annual meeting are enjoying this week in a country famed for its cuisine.
Croissance et climat, les deux casse-tête de l'économie mondiale à Lima
Doper la croissance tout en répondant à l'urgence climatique: les grands argentiers du globe réunis à Lima s'attaquent jeudi à cette difficile équation sur fond d'incertitudes persistantes sur l'économie planétaire.
Paris climate talks should not put figure on finance, says World Bank vice-president
Rachel Kyte says governments at the 2009 summit agreed funding for developing countries by ‘picking a $100bn figure out of the air’
OECD estimates climate finance flows at $60 billion
Report aims to build confidence in funding for poor countries ahead of Paris summit, but analysts say challenges remain
Climate Home
Climat : nouvelle piste de financements pour les pays les plus pauvres
Une taxe sur le carburant des compagnies aériennes et de la marine marchande est préconisée dans un rapport du Sénat.
Le Figaro
Aumenta el impulso al financiamiento del cambio climático
Serán un importante elemento de las negociaciones durante el período previo a la COP21 de París, donde se espera que los países concluyan un nuevo acuerdo internacional.
El Economista
Progress made in fundraising for poor to fight climate change
The world's richest countries mobilized $61.8 billion in public and private funds in 2014 to help poor countries combat and adapt to climate change, almost two-thirds of a goal to raise $100 billion a year starting in 2020, according to a report released on Wednesday.
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