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Europe releases vision for Paris climate change deal
Brussels climate chief Canete says US and China must follow EU and reveal commitments to a 2015 UN pact
RTCC
 
UN climate chief to visit PH
The head of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) will be in the Philippines to join French President Francois Hollande's call for global action in curbing climate change.
Rappler
 
French President Hollande in Philippines to promote fight against climate change
President Francois Hollande arrived in the Philippines on Thursday, accompanied by two of France's leading actresses, to promote the fight against climate change ahead of a crucial summit of world leaders.
AFP
 
French president urged to pledge more climate funds for SE Asia
French President Francois Hollande must lead developed nations in hammering out a global climate deal that will prepare poor nations for tackling impacts of climate change, a group of NGOs has said.
jakarta Post
 
EU unveils vast plan to merge 28 energy markets
The European Union's executive has unveiled a vast plan to boost coordination between the EU's 28 national energy markets to wean Europe off unstable Russian gas supplies and provide cheaper energy for consumers.
AP
 
European Parliament hopes to revive carbon market in 2019
The European Parliament's Environment Committee has called for the withdrawal of 1.7 billion carbon quotas in 2019. This proposal must be negotiated in the Council before being adopted.
EurActv
 
Bloomberg: Trade Keystone XL for Climate Deal
Most environmentalists say construction of the Keystone XL pipeline would be "game over" for the climate, but former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says there's an upside—if President Obama can trade it for a climate deal with Canada.
National Journal
 
 
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