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Source: Reuters - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi signaled on Monday he would not bow to foreign pressure to commit to cuts in carbon emissions, instead pledging to use more clean energy and traditional methods to lead the fight against climate change.
Source: Reuters - Canada declined a U.S. invitation last week to jointly announce climate policy cooperation with Mexico, with Ottawa saying it has not yet finalized its own domestic strategy, sources from both countries familiar with the discussions said on Thursday.
Source: LiveScience - Canada's glacial ice draws millions of tourists and provides drinking water to two countries, but this important economic resource could disappear by the end of the 21st century, a new study finds.
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Source: Livemint - Intended Nationally Determined Contributions will be the building blocks of the expected new international climate change agreement
Source: Brisbane Times - Queensland researchers have laid out a plan to restore the Great Barrier Reef to its former glory, criticising the federal government's plan as "inadequate" and "short-sighted".
Source: Guardian - As his state faces the worst drought in its history, with mandatory water rationing for residents and fears of destruction to the agricultural sector, California governor Jerry Brown had a message Sunday for climate change deniers: wake up.
Source: Kyodo - While climate change is posing a global threat by melting polar ice, it is creating an ice crisis of a different kind in Japan.
Source: Latin Times - Leonardo DiCaprios first love, before acting, is Planet Earth and for that hes been trying to help the environment for a long time.
Source: Economic Times - The climate action plans submitted by big emitters like the United States, European Union and Russia mark a serious commitment to inking a global deal at the year-end UN-sponsored climate negotiations in Paris.
Source: AP - While much of the nation shivered, many Western cities sweltered through their hottest March on record.
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation - Densely populated Southeast Asian island states such as Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan and the Philippines are likely to face more intense climate events in future, analysts said on Thursday.
Source: Reuters - Guardian Media Group (GMG) said on Wednesday it would sell all the fossil fuel assets held in its 800 million pounds ($1.2 billion) investment fund as the UK media company looks to boost its sustainable investing.
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Source: NY Times - Syracuse University is dropping all fossil fuel stocks from its endowment, the university announced on Tuesday.
Source: EurActiv - Conservation organisation WWF says Germanys eating habits are fuel to the fire for global climate change, with severe consequences for food security in developing countries.
Source: Jamaica Gleaner - JAMAICA HAS begun work to reduce its contributions to the fuel that fires global climate change - greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
How Australia can make its presence felt at the COP21 Paris climate talks (comment by Howard Bamsey and Kath Rowley
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Source: Business Green - Greenhouse gas emissions policed by the European Union's carbon trading platform dropped by nearly five per cent last year despite a 1.3 per cent growth in GDP, new figures from the bloc suggested today.
Source: NZ Herald - The government revealed this week that the topics of this year's national environmental report will exclude New Zealand's greenhouse gas emissions.