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Source: Guardian - Indian think tank says the US-China climate deal is neither historic nor ambitious, and would lead to dangerous temperature rises
Source: AP - The French president told Australia's prime minister Wednesday that countries should make their own decisions on how to achieve any binding greenhouse gas reduction targets that emerge from a United Nations climate change conference in Paris next year.
Source: Reuters - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday warned that next year's landmark climate change summit in Paris will fail if world leaders decide to put cutting carbon emissions ahead of economic growth.
Source: RTCC - Indias energy minister promises 100 GW of solar power by 2022 across sunny India, but coal concerns remain
Source: RTCC - Austria, Norway, Finland, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland and the UK are some of the countries expected to commit or increase their pledges to the UNs Green Climate Fund in Berlin on Thursday.
Source: CRI - El viceprimer ministro chino, Zhang Gaoli, se reunió este lunes en Beijing con Christiana Figueres, secretaria ejecutiva de la Convención Marco de Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático
Source: xin - China is contributing to the global effort to address climate change, Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli said in Beijing Monday
Source: ABS-CBNnews - French President François Hollande is scheduled to visit the Philippines next year and climate change will be on top of his agenda, the Embassy of France in Manila said.
Source: Carbon Brief - Germany plans to its cut emissions by 40 per cent by 2020. But three years of increasing emissions have raised questions about whether Germany can stick to its target.
Source: Guardian - The $10bn (£6bn) in climate aid which Britain and other rich countries are expected to formally pledge this week represents a backsliding on earlier climate finance transfers, according to observers.
Source: NY Times - Decades of strip mining have left this town in the heart of Indias coal fields a fiery moonscape, with mountains of black slag, sulfurous air and sickened residents.
Source: ABC Australia - French president Francois Hollande has announced funding for Pacific island nations to help restore ecosystems affected by climate change.
Source: AP - With just two years left in power, President Barack Obama is elevating his efforts to combat global warming above almost all else as he seeks to leave an imprint on the world that will endure after he's gone.
Source: Tanzania Daily News (Dar es Salaam) - PRIVATE sector should invest in climate change mitigating projects including establishing plantation and natural forests which will start attracting payment from polluters in a post Kyoto Protocol due in 2016.
Source: El Peruano - En diciembre, 195 naciones más la Unión Europea participarán en la crucial Vigésima Conferencia de las Partes de la Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático (COP20), que se desarrollará en Lima y en que se debe presentar el primer borrador completo de un nuevo acuerdo mundial sobre el clima.
Source: AFP - The world's most powerful economies Sunday urged "strong and effective action" on climate change, catapulting the issue onto the final statement of G20 talks despite pressure from Australia to stick to economic matters.
Source: The Economist - FIVE years ago next month, disagreement between America and China, the worlds biggest greenhouse-gas emitters, scuppered the UNs Copenhagen climate-change conference. On November 11th Presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jinping announced a deal on carbon emissions.
Source: Reuters - French President Francois Hollande said failure to address global warming could lead to war, and called on G20 countries to act ahead of a climate change conference in Paris next year.
Source: Stabroek News - In a few weeks time in Lima, Peru, the twentieth session of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change will take place.
Source: Al-Jazeera - Germany has been credited for paving Europes way to a renewables-led, zero-carbon future. But the worlds true climate champion is Denmark, which has just set the bar another notch higher than Germany by proposing to accelerate its phase out of coal-fired power plants.