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U.N. climate talks begin divided, but with hope for Paris accord
Chances that governments will work out a U.N. accord to combat climate change in December seem brighter than in the run-up to a failed attempt in 2009, experts said as delegates from almost 200 nations met on Monday, hoping to bridge deep divisions.
Reuters
 
Climat : il manque de l'argent pour la Cop 21 à Paris
Il n'y a pas assez d'argent pour la prochaine session de négociations sur le climat en octobre, ni pour la grande conférence de Paris sur le réchauffement climatique, a averti lundi à Bonn une responsable de l'ONU.
AFP
 
Paris climate conference faces cash crunch
As nations prepare to sign a historic pact to reduce greenhouse emissions in Paris in December, the UN says it is short of cash for the project. It has called for additional funds so the conference can go ahead.
AFP/dpa
 
Storm-Hit Dominica Evokes Poor-Rich Rift as Climate Talks Resume
Just days before global negotiators were set to meet for talks on climate change, Tropical Storm Erika killed at least 20 people on Dominica.
Bloomberg
 
Indonesia looks to increase emissions cut pledge ahead of Paris meet
Indonesia is looking to increase its current pledges on cutting emissions growth, a senior government adviser said on Monday, with a final decision likely by mid-September.
Reuters
 
S. Korea pledges cooperation for fight against climate change
Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se on Monday pledged that South Korea will work closely with the international community to curb climate change affecting the Arctic and to ensure the sustainable development of the polar region.
Korea Herald
 
Obama says world must reach climate deal in Paris 'while we still can'
President Barack Obama said on Monday that world leaders must agree to cut carbon emissions at a U.N. summit in December because the climate is changing faster than efforts to curb global warming.
Reuters
 
 
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