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|Developing nations need $133 bln geothermal investment by 2030-report|
Kenya and Turkey have exceeded forecasts for harnessing geothermal energy, but other developing countries, including Indonesia and the Philippines, are lagging behind on leveraging the renewable power source, a new analysis shows.
|Zambia calls on Africa to adopt climate resilient agricultural policies|
The Zambian government has called on African countries to adopt climate resilient agricultural policies if the continent is to adapt to the effects of climate change.
|Water, Climate, Energy Intertwined with Fight Against Poverty in Central America|
Central America’s toolbox to pull 23 million people – almost half of the population – out of poverty must include three indispensable tools: universal access to water, a sustainable power supply, and adaptation to climate change.
|Climate Talks: India to Hold Meeting of LMDCs |
Ahead of the crucial UN climate talks in Paris later this year, India would hold a meeting, of ‘Like-Minded Developing Countries’ (LMDCs) in September, on climate change to build a consensus on issues related to adaptation, mitigation and financing.
|The New India Express|
|Decenas de personalidades hacen un llamamiento para acabar con “los crímenes climáticos”|
Decenas de personalidades, entre ellas el arzobispo sudafricano Desmond Tutu, instaron a “dejar las energías fósiles enterradas” y a movilizarse para acabar con “los crímenes climáticos”, en una declaración publicada este jueves.
|Paris Bans All Cars For a Day in September |
The city of Paris is trying an interesting experiment next month. ‘Une Journée Sans Voiture’ translates to ‘A Day Without a Car,’ and on September 27th Paris will prohibit all motorized vehicles from taking to the streets.
|Ghana gets $8 million to fight climate change effects|
The Adaptation Fund Board (AFB) has approved $ 8 million for Ghana to support the government to protect the climate and reduce the effect of climate change on the ecosystem and people.
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