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China tops global list of clean energy investment
BEIJING, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- China invested 89 billion U.S. dollars in clean energy in 2014, the largest among 55 nations surveyed in a global report, representing the country's commitment to a low-carbon future.
Why India Is Key to a Climate Change Agreement in Paris
When the nations of the world meet in Paris later this month, the focus will be on climate change as well as terrorism. Of the two, climate change has the long-run potential to be more deadly and disruptive than the terrorism that recently reared its ugly head in Paris.
The Diplomat
Factbox: Many hurdles to Paris deal on climate change
Almost 200 nations will meet in Paris from Nov. 30-Dec. 11 for a summit on climate change, seeking a turning point away from an increasing reliance on fossil fuels since the Industrial Revolution.
Climate change root cause of Syrian war: Prince Charles
LONDON: Prince Charles has pointed to the world's failure to tackle climate change as a root cause of the civil war in Syria, terrorism and the consequent refugee crisis engulfing Europe.
Times of India
Justin Trudeau promises 'Canadian approach' to climate change
Justin Trudeau says he's heading into the much-anticipated climate change talks in Paris next week with a "Canadian approach" to climate change, one that recognizes the work the provinces have already done.
CBC news
Laurent Fabius : Si la COP21 échoue, "la planète deviendra invivable"
Le ministre des Affaires étrangères Laurent Fabius a annoncé que la planète deviendrait «invivable» si la conférence sur le climat à Paris ne déboucherait pas sur un accord ambitieux.
Paris Match
COP21: faute de marche pour le climat, les ONG se mobilisent autrement
Pour des raisons de sécurité après les attentats de Paris, la société civile sera privée des grands rassemblements des 29 novembre et 12 décembre, initialement prévus dans la Capitale, en marge de la COP21. Quelles alternatives pour les ONG?
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