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Source: EFE - Los cerca de 200 Estados que forman parte de la Convención Marco de la ONU sobre Cambio Climático (CMNUCC) ya pueden presentar sus compromisos de reducción de emisiones (INDC, por sus siglas en inglés) de cara al acuerdo global de lucha contra el calentamiento que se prevé adoptar en París a finales de año.
Source: Washington Post - Weather and climate agencies around the world have been almost unanimous in declaring 2014 the hottest year on record something that has promoted considerable chagrin among climate change doubters.
Source: ANI - Environmentalists and policy makers met at the 15th Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS) to set agendas for the 2015 climate change summit in Paris as India plays an influential role in UN climate talks.
Source: RTCC - Brussels set to be first bloc to reveal contribution to global emissions cutting deal as next set of UN talks draw close
Source: power-technology.com - Having taken the top spot in the global furniture market, the company is looking to transform itself into a 'better' company by putting sustainability and energy efficiency at the top of its corporate agenda.
Source: Guardian - The European Union climate chief says talks at a major climate summit in Paris this year will not be a failure even if governments fail to keep warming below the dangerous 2C threshold.
Source: AP - Norway will cut its emissions of global warming gases by at least 40 percent by 2030, aligning itself with the target set by the European Union, the government said Wednesday.
Source: thethirdpole.net - The Indian government is considering submitting two options to the UN on how it plans to tackle climate change what it can do with its own resources, and what it can do if it gets finances and cheap technology transfers from developed countries
Source: Reuters - Water scarcity could lead to conflict between communities and nations as the world is still not fully aware of the water crisis many countries face as a result of climate change, the head of the U.N. panel of climate scientists warned on Tuesday.
Source: AFP - India's government on Tuesday defended its efforts to combat climate change after US President Barack Obama urged the country to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels.
Source: EFE - La secretaria de la Convención Marco sobre el Cambio Climático de las Naciones Unidas (UNFCCC), Christiana Figueres, descartó hoy que no se logre un acuerdo internacional contra el cambio climático en la cumbre de París que se celebrará a finales de año.
Source: L'Express - La ministre de l'Ecologie, Ségolène Royal, annonce dans Le Parisien/Aujourd'hui en France de mercredi la mise en place "avant l'été" d'un "certificat vert" ou "qualité de l'air" à apposer sur les véhicules propres.
Source: RTCC - Envoys from nearly 200 countries will descend on Geneva from February 8-13, tasked with crafting a draft of a proposed UN climate change pact.
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Source: African Review - AfDBs Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) has approved a grant worth US$777,000 for Canadas JCM Greenquest Solar Corporation to develop a 72MW solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Cameroon
Source: UPI - The American pika is a small rodent-like mountain-dwelling species of the American West, characterized by short, stout bodies and big round ears.
Source: Reuters - China plans to initially cap emissions from six industrial sectors, such as power generators and chemical plants, in a national carbon market likely to be launched by the middle of next year, a government official said on Wednesday.
Source: Guardian - Coral species from different climes being mixed as a form of assisted evolution to see if it will help them adapt more quickly to rising sea temperatures
Source: Al-Jazeera - In the global climate fight, 2015 could be the year for innovation, collaboration and partnership. We have already see this in operation with the energy and climate language associated with the nuclear trade and verification elements of President Barack Obamas diplomatic trip to India, which drew to a close this week.
Source: Reuters - Trees in the Australian city of Melbourne are replying to emails from the public as authorities seek to highlight the impact of climate change in a country where rising temperatures are expected to outpace global warming worldwide.