Updated: 6 min 25 sec ago
Source: AP - After a six-year scientific marathon that involved about 4,000 authors, contributors and reviewers and 30,000 climate studies, the U.N.'s expert panel on climate change has published its latest assessment on global warming. Now many wonder what's next.
Source: RTCC - Science report and New York summit sent strong political signals for UN climate deal success, says Perus environment minister - See more at: http://www.rtcc.org/2014/11/03/pulgar-vidal-ipcc-leaves-politicians-with-no-excuses/#sthash.59PtQgLU.dpuf
Source: IPS - Until last month, Allen Nambozos only source of income was the cabbages, carrots and bananas she grew along the slopes of Ugandas Mount Elgon in the eastern district of Bulambuli.
Source: Climate Group - Developing countries are increasing their clean energy capacity twice as fast as developed nations, a new study suggests.
Source: The Hill - Climate chief for the United Nations Christiana Figueres thinks parts of the global climate change accord need to be binding.
Source: Bloomberg BNA - An estimated $90 trillion will be invested in infrastructure over the next 15 years: the crucial question is whether this will go into the old brown economy of the past or a new, resource-efficient, low-carbon economy of the future.
Source: Guardian (Trinidad and Tobago) - In December, Trinidadian Kishan Kumarsingh will, together with the European Unions Artur Runge-Metzger, lead an international working group tasked with the challenge of hammering out a critically-needed global agreement to address climate change.
Source: Sydney Morning Herald - Climate change will remain all but absent from the G20 summit, with a related energy efficiency plan omitting mention of global warming as a motivation for curbing energy use, according to a draft.
Source: UPI - A report from FiveThirtyEight using data from the Pew Research center found that non-white voters were more concerned than white voters with climate change as an important policy issue in this year's polls.
Source: The Local - French President François Hollande, whose country will host global climate talks next year, told Canadian lawmakers on Monday that he is counting their oil-exporting country to help in the fight against warming.
Source: Economic Times - The message from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is loud and unequivocal: the window of opportunity for the world to stave off the severe, pervasive and irreversible impacts of global warming is limited.
Source: CNN - The cost of fighting climate change will only climb if industrialized nations don't take steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the United Nations' panel on the matter warned Sunday in its wrap-up report.
Source: Guardian - Most important assessment of global warming yet warns carbon emissions must be cut sharply and soon, but UNs IPCC says solutions are available and affordable
Source: BBC - The unrestricted use of fossil fuels should be phased out by 2100 if the world is to avoid dangerous climate change, a UN-backed expert panel says.
Source: AFP - France and the United States headed a chorus of alarm on Sunday after a major UN report on climate change warned that the Earth was on track for potentially disastrous global warming.
Source: RTCC - World leaders are ready to sign an international agreement to combat climate change, says UN secretary general Ban
Source: AP - The United Nations' expert panel on climate science on Saturday finished a report on global warming that the UN's environment agency said offers "conclusive evidence" that humans are altering the Earth's climate system.
Source: Reuters - Governments can keep climate change in check at manageable costs but will have to cut greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2100 to limit risks of irreversible damage, a U.N. report said on Sunday
Source: Reuters - Denmark should ban coal use by 2025 to make the Nordic nation a leader in fighting global warming, adding to green measures ranging from wind energy to bicycle power, Denmark's climate minister said on Saturday.
Source: South China Morning Post - Spiritual and religious leaders will gather for an interfaith forum today to examine what climate change means to the faith community and kick off Asia's chapter of an online "prayer petition".