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UN chief to speed climate talks with New York leaders meet
Ban Ki-moon to chair climate change session on sidelines of 2015 General Assembly, as fears grow over Paris deal progress
RTCC
 
Australia, New Zealand defend climate plans, say face high costs
Australia and New Zealand said on Tuesday they faced unusually high costs to cut greenhouse gas emissions because of their respective dependence on coal and livestock, after criticism that they are doing too little to tackle climate change.
Reuters
 
Obama pleads for Paris climate change deal
US President Barack Obama has called on world leaders to agree to cut carbon emissions at crucial talks in Paris later this year.
BBC
 
Obama recorre glaciar para alertar sobre el cambio climático
Desde 1815, este glaciar situado a unos 200 km al sur de Anchorage, la ciudad más grande de Alaska, se ha reducido en más de 2 km.
El Comercio
 
Cutting emissions would cost too much, NZ tells UN
New Zealand and Australia have told the United Nations they cannot do more to cut greenhouse gas emissions because it would be too costly.
Radio New Zealand
 
Powerful leaders focused on climate change for good reason: U.S. Congressman
Climate change is drawing the attention of the world's most powerful leaders for good reason, Eliot Engel, member of the U.S. House of Representatives told the Fourth World Conference of Speakers of Parliament here Tuesday.
Xinhua
 
Las temperaturas en agosto estuvieron ya entre 1,3 y 2 grados centígrados por encima de la media, superando en un grado los umbrales habituales de El Niño.
El actual fenómeno de El Niño puede convertirse en uno de los cuatro más fuertes registrados en los últimos 65 años, dijeron hoy expertos de la Organización Meteorológica Mundial (OMM).
EFEVerde
 
 
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