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Source: Blue & Green Tomorrow - Lord Nicholas Stern has argued that government should not consider development and climate finance to developing countries as separate issues because they are interconnected in a new policy paper.
Source: Guardian - Scientists and cultural figures call on science and art museums to ditch corporate sponsorships from fossil fuel companies
Source: New Kerala - With extreme weather and changing climatic patterns taking a heavier toll on the planet, mitigating and adapting to them remains "among the great tests of our time,"Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Monday
Global warming is now slowing down the circulation of the oceans with potentially dire consequences
Source: Washington Post - Welcome to this weeks installment of Dont Mess with Geophysics. Last week, we learned about the possible destabilization of the Totten Glacier of East Antarctica, which could unleash over 11 feet of sea level rise in coming centuries.
Source: Huffington Post - The exciting yearlong build up to the UN climate negotiations this December has just got better with the announcement of Live Earth - Road to Paris
Source: Globe and Mail - As Canada gears up for the UN climate summit in December, federal and provincial governments are laying out their agendas. Meanwhile, neither the provinces nor Ottawa are on track to meet their own targets
Source: BusinessGreen - The UK's insurance industry will today join with green groups and academics to call on world leaders to sign an ambitious global deal on tackling climate change at a major summit in Paris later this year.
Source: Financial Express - Ahead of a crucial climate meet in Paris later this year, energy experts here today advocated growth powered by fossil fuels for ending poverty in India as they said the country accounts for very low per-capita carbon emissions as compared to the developed nations.
Source: RTCC - Norways parliament will tomorrow vote on plans to create the countrys first flagship climate change law by the summer of 2017
Source: RTCC - Ethiopia, US and Mexico among countries pledging action at Bonn meeting to cut carbon emissions and create jobs
Source: Radio New Zealand International - The Premier of Niue says Pacific Islands are likely to face more destruction from extreme storms while the trend of climate change is left unchecked.
Source: Newsweek - In a world hungry for environmental success stories, Brazil has been the closest thing we have to a golden child.
Source: New Kerala - In his message marking the 2015 edition of World Water Day, observed annually on 22 March, the Secretary-General warned that access to safe drinking water and sanitation was among "the most urgent issues" affecting populations across the globe
Source: BBC - Climate change could have a "huge impact" on China, reducing crop yields and harming the environment, the country's top weather scientist has warned, in a rare official admission.
Source: RTCC - Sea surface temperatures warmer than average across parts of Pacific and Atlantic in 2014, says UN weather agency
Source: The Week - Beset by worrisome smog, Paris on Monday will ban half of all personal vehicles from the streets, Mayor Anne Hidalgo said Saturday.
Source: Guardian - Perry Carroll of The Solar Cloth Company explains why his flexible solar sail panels can generate energy not only at on sea but on millions of spaces on land
Source: Economic Times - The industrial sector has been taking the flak for emitting high levels of hazardous gases over the years but it might ultimately be our homes that are responsible for the highest emission of greenhouse gases.
Source: AFP/Jiji - Chinas top weather official has issued a stark warning on climate change, saying that rising temperatures could have huge impacts on the worlds most populous country, state media reported Sunday.