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Source: IPP Media - In a bid to mitigate the ongoing devastating climate change effects on Kilimanjaro, Africas highest mountain, the government is implementing a sustainable development programme on land use that will among other things ban the cutting of trees in the region.
Source: BusinessGreen - Two week summit ends positively as negotiators edge towards an international emissions reduction framework for 2015
Source: Nikkei - International negotiations on combating climate change look to be making progress, as the U.S. and China have recently presented renewed commitments to fighting global warming.
Source: Arab News - Saudi Arabia and the UAE will cooperate to develop renewable energy and clean technology in the region.
Source: General-Anzeiger - Die Arbeitskonferenz zur Entwicklung eines neuen internationalen Klimaschutzabkommens ist am Sonntag in Bonn zu Ende gegangen. Christiana Figueres ist Exekutivsekretärin des UN-Klimasekretariats in Bonn und damit oberste Klimaschützerin der Vereinten Nationen.
Source: Independent - Lord Stern, the worlds most authoritative climate economist, has issued a stark warning that the financial damage caused by global warming will be considerably greater than current models predict.
Source: Vietnamnet - Dr. Le Huy Ba, Head of the Institute for Science, Technology and the Environment Management, noted that climate change was abnormal this year because the city faced three big problems, high tides, prolonged heat and more rainfall.
Source: Reuters - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday called for a global regime to protect the oceans, which he said were under threat from too much fishing, acidification from climate change, and marine pollution.
Source: Irish Times - The latest round of UN climate talks concluded in Bonn yesterday on an upbeat note, with a pledge that elements of a draft treaty aimed at curbing global warming would be circulated to the parties as early as July 15th.
Source: Xinhua - The second round of United Nations climate talks this year closed in Bonn on Sunday with progress towards a new global climate deal scheduled to be passed in 2015.
Source: AFP - A new round of talks on climate change sputtered to a close on Sunday, placing the onus on a UN summit in September to boost momentum for a global pact by the end of 2015.
Source: Deutsche Welle - The latest round of UN climate negotiations in Bonn ended on Sunday. Delegates and observers say a new constructive approach by key players has brought an upswing to the climate debate.
Source: Irish Times - The current phase of UN talks, as mandated by the Durban climate conference in 2012, is meant to conclude with an international treaty or other legal outcome at the Paris conference in 2015 to achieve the declared aim of keeping global warming below 2 degrees Celsius.
Source: Kyodo - Major greenhouse gas emitting countries have basically agreed to show their new emissions cut targets early next year.
Source: The Hindu - The advancement of the southwest monsoon, which has resulted in rain in several parts of the State, and good flow of wind energy into the State grid have helped electricity supply companies (Escoms) tide over the shortage of 1,200 MW of power that arose after Udupi Power Corporation Ltd. (UPCL) stopped generation.
Source: NewsOK.com - Since Oklahomas first case was confirmed 12 years ago, areas in the state have posted some of the highest rates of West Nile Virus in the nation.
Source: EurActiv - In the fight against climate change, the German government is pushing for quicker reforms than the European Commission over the EUs Emission Trading System (ETS).
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Source: Reuters - The German government wants the EU's carbon market reform plan to be implemented by 2017, four years earlier than the European Commission has proposed, Germany's Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks said on Thursday.