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Leaders of European cities make pledge to tackle climate change
Representatives of 30 cities gather in Paris to sign declaration that will also commit them to use their €10bn purchasing power to buy eco-friendly
Les métropoles européennes réunies à Paris pour le climat
« Je vous demande de vous mobiliser autant que possible pour que la pression puisse être exercée autant que nécessaire », a lancé, jeudi 26 mars, à quelques mois de la conférence sur le climat, le président François Hollande aux élus de 32 capitales et grandes agglomérations européennes réunies à Paris à l’initiative de la maire Anne Hidalgo, et du maire de Rome Ignazio Marino. L’enjeu : arriver à un « accord global et contraignant » en décembre.
Le Monde
Earth Hour lights-out seeks to illuminate climate plight
Hundreds of landmarks from Paris' Eiffel Tower to the Seattle Space Needle will dim their lights on Saturday, as people around the world go briefly off-grid to mark Earth Hour with candlelight and barbecues.
Stronger thunderstorms driving rise in tropical rainfall: study
An increase in strong thunderstorms could be responsible for greater rainfall in the tropics as a result of climate change, new research says.
Thomson Reuters Foundation
Large fall in UK greenhouse gas emissions of over 8% last year
The biggest fall in emissions since 1990 saw carbon dioxide output drop by almost a tenth while energy from renewable sources rose to a record high of almost 20% of electricity, government figures show
Study shows acceleration in decline of Antarctic ice shelves
Satellite data from 1994 to 2012 reveals an accelerating decline in Antarctica's massive floating ice shelves, with some shrinking 18 percent, in a development that could hasten the rise in global sea levels, scientists say.
2C climate change target ‘utterly inadequate’
Leading scientist warns the world’s poor are not safe under internationally agreed limit on temperature rise
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