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Source: Climate Home - Women now hold six of the most influential positions at global climate talks, but can they make a difference on the ground?
Source: ABC Australia - The Totten Glacier in East Antarctica has an unstable area that could collapse and contribute to more than two metres of sea level rise beyond what is generally predicted if climate change remains unchecked, researchers say.
Source: Spiegel - Von der Botschafterin in Deutschland zur Klimachefin der Uno: Die Mexikanerin Patricia Espinosa wird Nachfolgerin von Christiana Figueres.
Source: Guardian - Degradation of the worlds natural resources by humans is rapidly outpacing the planets ability to absorb the damage, meaning the rate of deterioration is increasing globally, the most comprehensive environmental study ever undertaken by the UN has found.
Source: Forbes - The multi-year effort to secure a new international climate agreement reached a crescendo last December when the world came together to strike the Paris climate agreement
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Source: mongabay.com - The opening of the United Nations annual mid-year climate conference in Bonn Germany offered up dramatically contrasting messages this week: national leaders and political negotiators congratulated themselves, proudly celebrating the historic Paris Agreement, while environmentalists warned somberly that the Earth is far worse off than most people realize, with the political will for climate action still falling far behind the fearfully rapid pace of warming.
Source: Environmental News Service - International shipping and aviation will have to cap their greenhouse gas emissions soon for the world to meet the ambitious goals in the Paris Climate Agreement, participants at a side event at the Bonn climate change conference heard today.
Source: Climate Home - Carbon trading and a green investment fund underpin Ontario plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions 80% from 1990 levels by 2050
Source: Connaissance des energies - LEIA américaine a rendu public la semaine dernière son dernier « International Energy Outlook » où lorganisme gouvernemental y expose ses prévisions dévolution de la consommation énergétique dans le monde dici à 2040. En voici les principaux enseignements.