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Fiji top executives call for more efforts to tackle climate change
Top executives in Fiji on Friday called for more efforts to tackle climate change.
Xi Jinping Is Set for a Big Gamble With China’s Carbon Trading Market
As other countries look to China to take the lead in fighting global warming after President Trump’s rejection of the Paris climate agreement, President Xi Jinping is pushing ahead with an ambitious plan to build the world’s largest market for carbon emissions permits.
New York Times
Top executives in Fiji on Friday called for more efforts to tackle climate change.
WITH the Top Executives (TOPEX) Conference commencing today, the event will focus on the overarching theme of "Responsible Businesses in a Green Economy".
Fiji Times
China-California Pacts Show How States And Nations Can Win On Climate Under Trump
The Paris Agreement is an overwhelming global consensus to fight climate change—with only Syria and Nicaragua failing to sign on—but Donald Trump’s announcement he intends to withdraw America from the accord threatens climate action.
Energy Collective
White House shows no sign of reopening Paris talks
Three weeks after Trump announced he's pulling the U.S. out of the climate accord, everyone is waiting for the White House to move forward.
Living Planet: Protecting nature's wonders
The sea turtles of Fiji's Mana Island, cold-water corals in a warming climate, and monkey business and more in Japan's hot springs.
Deutsche Welle
State pushes for smart agriculture
IF the current trend of increasing demand of meat-rich diet, consumption patterns and food waste continue, Fiji will require 60 per cent more food by 2050, a senior government official says.
Fiji Times
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