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Climate Change, Global Health Intimately Linked, UN Official Stresses
Global health hinges on drastically reducing greenhouse gas emissions, a chief mover in the field of climate change told delegates Tuesday at the World Health Assembly in Geneva.
Voice of America
 
Climate change takes center stage at Exxon, Chevron annual meetings
Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N) and Chevron Corp (CVX.N) will face their toughest-ever push by shareholders concerned about a warming world at annual meetings on Wednesday, as the Paris accord to tackle climate change ratchets up investor pressure on two of the world's largest oil companies.
Reuters
 
La COP 21 joue les prolongations à Bonn et pourquoi c'est important
Premières retrouvailles pour les délégués des 195 Etats signataires de la convention climat de l'ONU, qui discutent des modalités d'application de l'accord de Paris.
Libération
 
Négociations climatiques : comment les pays en développement font de leur vulnérabilité un atout
À Bonn, les première négociations sur le climat post COP21 battent leur plein. Les pays émergents, les plus menacés par le réchauffement global, tentent de peser de tout leur poids
Novethic
 
Total aims to be 20% low-carbon by 2036
Total’s chief executive wants the French oil and gas major to have a fifth of its assets invested in low carbon business within 20 years, as part of a radical reshaping of the group.
Financial Times
 
42 milliards de dollars d’argent public pour financer l’industrie du charbon
Les pays du G7 donnent des fonds publics à un secteur polluant qui contribue au changement climatique
Témoinages
 
A Bonn, les 196 signataires de la COP 21 mettent les mains dans le cambouis
Après l’euphorie de décembre et l’adoption, à l’issue de la COP 21, de l’accord de Paris, il est temps de remettre les mains dans le moteur des négociations climat.
Libération
 
 
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