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After Paris attacks, increased resolve for UN climate talks
Still gripped by shock and grief, Paris will play host to a long-awaited U.N. climate conference under tragic circumstances that none could have foreseen.
Paris climate pledges can avert extreme warming: study
Pledges made in the lead-up to next week's major Paris climate change conference could limit severe warming, but only if countries turn their words into long-term action, a study said.
Pope, in Africa, says failure of climate summit would be catastrophic
World leaders must reach a historic agreement to fight climate change and poverty at upcoming Paris talks, facing the stark choice to either "improve or destroy the environment", Pope Francis said in Africa on Thursday.
Un fracaso de la conferencia sobre el clima sería “catastrófico”, advierte el Papa
El papa Francisco advirtió hoy de que sería “catastrófico” que en la próxima cumbre de la ONU sobre el cambio climático (COP21) prevalecieran los intereses particulares frente al bien común y se llegara a “manipular la información para proteger sus proyectos”.
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As climate conference looms, investors struggle to factor the environment in
If anyone needed proof of the link between the environment and investment, they need only look at the likely billions of dollars that auto giant Volkswagen looks set to pay in fines and compensation for making its cars appear greener than they are.
Unilever aims to use only renewable energy by 2030
Consumer goods maker Unilever said it would switch to using only renewable energy by 2030 and would stop using energy from coal by 2020, as businesses jostle to highlight their green credentials ahead of a global climate summit.
COP21 : les pneumologues français s'inquiètent des conséquences respiratoires du réchauffement climatique
Le réchauffement climatique causerait une recrudescence de l'asthme et des allergies et une aggravation des maladies respiratoires chroniques.
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