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Source: Challenges - Avec 1,04°C de plus que la référence climatologique (calculée sur 1951-1980) le mois d'octobre 2015 explose le compteur des températures planétaires.
Source: Challenges - Le changement climatique sera responsable de 250.000 décès supplémentaires par an, avertit l'OMS. Paludisme, dengue, sous-alimentation, maladies respiratoires, stress, sont autant de conséquences du réchauffement.
Source: Les Echos - La banque va doubler ses financements des énergies renouvelables d'ici à 2020.
Source: AFP - Umiujaq (Canada) (AFP) - On the front line of climate change in the Canadian Arctic, scientists hunt for clues to a potentially catastrophic global warming trend: melting permafrost.
Source: UN News Centre - Indigenous peoples own, occupy or manage up to 65 per cent of the Earths land surface
Source: UN News Centre - A declaration on climate issues has been signed in Iceland by the city of Reykjavik and more than one hundred businesses and institutions, all pledging to take active measures to cut global warming by reducing emissions of greenhouse gases and cut waste.
Source: Forbes - CCS must be deployed to make deep cuts in CO2 emissions, International Energy Agency
Source: The Guardian - Rising temperatures and more extreme weather posing new challenges for National Trust properties gardens, rare books and tapestries
Source: Scientific American - Energy from wind, water and sun would eliminate nuclear and fossil fuels
Source: The New York Times - Mayor Bill de Blasio has set an ambitious goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent by 2050.
Source: CBC - Arctic experts say they expect the upcoming Paris climate summit to achieve more than previous climate talks and put indigenous issues at the forefront.
Source: Guardian - Stretched humanitarian agencies could save millions of dollars and reduce carbon emissions, deforestation and violence against women and girls if solar power and other clean energy sources were installed at refugee camps, according to new analysis released today.
Source: Guardian - Ahead of the COP21 UN climate summit, Nicholas Stern and Dimitri Zenghelis argue that the choices cities make today on transport and industry will determine whether the world can benefit from resource-efficient growth
Source: Deutsche Welle - Stephen Heintz, president of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, explains to DW how it makes perfect sense that a fund which got rich on oil is now divesting from fossil fuels.
Source: AFP - US President Barack Obama said Wednesday he was "optimistic" a crucial summit in Paris aimed at securing a deal to contain global warming change would be a success.
Source: LA Times - The popular gathering places a concert hall, a sports stadium, busy bars and cafes hit last week by shooting and bomb attacks presented extremists with ideal opportunities to inflict major casualties.
Source: NPR - NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Todd Stern, the U.S. special envoy for climate change, ahead of the Paris Climate Conference. Negotiators from nearly 200 countries will discuss how to slow climate change.
Source: AP - Weeks away from a deadline, President Barack Obama sought to build momentum Wednesday for a potentially legacy-burnishing global climate change agreement by arguing that bold climate action will be a boon for businesses in Asia and around the world.
Source: Reuters - France will decide in the next couple of days whether to let climate change activists stage a rally in Paris on Nov. 29, the eve of a U.N. summit, amid worries about security after attacks that killed 129 people, an organizer said on Tuesday.
Source: Reuters - Members of the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) struck a deal on Tuesday to restrict subsidies used to export technology for coal-fired power plants, ending months of wrangling.