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US offer for climate treaty: Up to 28 percent emissions cut
In a highly anticipated announcement, the United States will offer a roughly 28 percent emissions cut as its contribution to a major global climate treaty nearing the final stages of negotiation, according to people briefed on the White House's plans.
AP
 
Rich nations' fossil fuel export funding dwarfs green spend-documents
Rich nations provided around five times as much in export subsidies for fossil-fuel technology as for renewable energy over a decade, according to OECD data seen by Reuters.
Reuters
 
Anglican church must divest fossil fuels to cope with climate crisis, bishops say
Group of 17 bishops and archbishops write letter aiming to focus church’s attention on climate change and urging it to dump investments
Guardian
 
One million green jobs projected by 2030 in China, EU and U.S. - experts
Nearly one million new "green jobs" are expected to be created in China, the United States and the European Union by 2030 if the regions stick to their current pledges to curb global warming, scientists said on Tuesday.
Thomson Reuters Foundation
 
Solar Impulse plane lands in China
Solar Impulse, the fuel-free aeroplane, has completed the fifth leg of its round-the-world flight.
BBC
 
Global warming and drought are turning the Golden State brown
Another study finds that drought will hit California hard as the planet keeps warming
Guardian
 
Study: Global warming causes more global warming
It is bad enough that warming temperatures are being blamed for the drought in California or melting sea ice in the Arctic.
CBS
 
 
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