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Aquino, Hollande launch Manila call to action on climate change
President Benigno Aquino III and visiting French President Francois Hollande on Thursday called on the rest of the world to act on climate change.
philstar.com
 
Hollande tours typhoon-hit Philippines ahead of climate deal
French President Francois Hollande on Friday took his warning about the need for funds for a landmark climate deal to a central Philippine town that was devastated by a killer typhoon in 2013.
AP
 
France and Philippines call for “ambitious” UN climate deal
Presidents Hollande and Aquino joined forces to urge all countries to sign up to “universal” deal in Paris this December
RTCC
 
France’s Hollande visits ‘Yolanda’-hit Eastern Samar town
Guiuan, Philippines–French President Francois Hollande on Friday visited a remote Philippine town devastated by one of the world’s strongest typhoons, seeking to sound a global alarm on climate change ahead of a crucial UN summit.
Inquirer.net
 
China's top climate negotiator removed from leadership list
China's top climate change negotiator has been removed from the nation's leadership list, appearing to confirm media reports he has retired, but the move has left it unclear who will lead China at crucial climate talks in Paris at the end of the year.
Reuters
 
Failure in Paris would be grave, warns US climate envoy
Failure to agree an international deal in Paris this year would have grave consequences for UN negotiations to counter global warming, the US special envoy for climate change has warned.
Financial Times
 
Climate Finance Tops $35 Billion a Year, U.S. Envoy Says
Industrial nations are delivering more than a third of the $100 billion in annual aid they’ve pledged by 2020 for climate-related projects in developing nations, a senior U.S. State Department envoy said.
Bloomberg
 
 
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