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Climate change: Cities are key to cutting greenhouse gas emissions
The heat that saw forest fires sweep through Uttarakhand and damage the already fragile ecosystem of the Himalayas … the heat spikes that caused deaths in Rajasthan and Bihar … the drought that put severe stress on underground water supplies.
Financial Express
 
L’UE dévoile le partage de l’effort État par État pour atteindre ses objectifs climatiques
La Commission européenne a présenté mercredi 20 juillet son nouveau paquet législatif sur la décarbonation de l’économie. Le partage de l’effort entre chacun des États membres pour les secteurs non couverts par le marché carbone européen en est un des piliers
novethic
 
Los pueblos indígenas son clave para combatir el cambio climático
Los gobiernos deben hacer mucho más para facilitar las condiciones propicias que necesitan los pueblos indígenas, las comunidades locales, los pequeños productores y sus organizaciones para recuperar los paisajes degradados y lograr mitigar y adaptarse al cambio climático, según la FAO.
FAO
 
2016 on pace to be hottest year ever as climate change trends reach ‘new climax’– UN
Global temperatures for the first six months of this year reached new highs, setting 2016 on track to be the hottest-ever on record, the United Nations weather agency said today.
UN News Centre
 
OMM advierte que el 2016 podría ser el año más caliente de la historia registrada
Las temperaturas globales durante los seis primeros meses del año continuaron superando los datos previos, lo que haría de este año el más caluroso de la historia registrada, advirtió hoy la Organización Meteorológica Mundial (OMM).
UN News Centre
 
As climate change threatens transport, Indonesia needs to plan ahead
Mobility is a key issue in urban regional planning and development. As urban population grows, the need for quality and well-performing transportation grows as well.
Thomson Reuters Foundation
 
WMO: Global Warming Happening Faster Than Predicted
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reported the first six months of this year have seen all previous global warming records broken.The WMO said 2016 is on track to be the world’s hottest year on record with more heat on the way.
Voice Of America
 
 
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