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Carbon Cap for Aviation Sought at Montreal Meeting
Long-running efforts to curb the impact of commercial aviation on climate change face a crucial test starting this week when representatives from almost 200 countries debate whether to establish the first-ever global cap on carbon emissions from international flights.
Wall Street Journal
Deal to Curb Airline Emissions Expected
The world’s first deal to curb pollution from commercial flights is expected after United Nations-led talks kick off this week in Montreal, although European lawmakers remain skeptical that it would be tough enough.
India to ratify Paris agreement on climate change on October 2: Modi
In an announcement which will cheer the global community, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday announced that India would ratify COP21 Paris agreement on climate change, which binds each country to cut down on carbon emissions.
Indian Express
India ratificará Acuerdo de París por cambio climático
El país asiático había bloqueado esta iniciativa, pero tras una reunión con Obama, el Primer Ministro Indio cambió su decisión.
Deutsche Welle/el Mundo
Latin America sees surge in carbon pricing interest
Grupa Televisa, Petrobras and Banco Santander Brasil are among the major South American companies waking up to carbon risk, survey shows
Climate Home
Morocco’s Pledges for COP22
Set to take place in Marrakech during November, the 22nd session of the Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC (COP22) will discuss some of the most pressing climate change concerns
Morocco World News
Écourter l'exploitation des énergies fossiles pour tenir l'objectif de +1,5°C
La production attendue des champs d’hydrocarbure et des mines de charbon en activité ne permettent pas, sur toute leur durée de vie restante, de limiter le réchauffement de la planète à 1,5°C, comme le souhaite l’Accord de Paris sur le climat.
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