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Source: AP - The Obama administration is more certain than ever that global warming is changing Americans daily lives and will worsen conclusions that scientists will detail in a massive federal report to be released Tuesday.
Source: Khaleej Times - Clean energy, pollution, forestry, agriculture, urbanisation, disaster risk reduction, climate finance are all topics under discussion at the Abu Dhabi Ascent.
Source: Reuters - The Obama administration will release an updated report on Tuesday showing how climate change touches every part of the country, as the administration seeks to convince the American public on the need for a crackdown on carbon pollution.
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Source: NY Times - A New York Premiere for John Luther Adamss Become Ocean
Source: Reuters - A spike in Pacific Ocean sea temperatures and the rapid movement of warm water eastwards have increased concerns that an El Nino weather pattern this year could be one of the strongest in several decades, an Australian climate scientist said.
Source: Greenwire - "Sometimes you need to kiss many frogs before you find the princes." That sums up the past few years of investing in clean technology, says Wal van Lierop, co-founder and CEO of Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital
Source: Christian Science Monitor - Two sets of scientists have reported promising results from a new recipe for solar cells, which could result in panels for solar power that are easier and cheaper to make.
Source: AP - The United Nations secretary-general on Sunday urged world policymakers to do more to address the threat of climate change as negotiators attempt to forge a new global warming pact next year.
Source: Reuters - U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said on Sunday he was hopeful that a goal of limiting global temperature rises to a maximum 2 degrees Celsius could be achieved, but urged governments to take practical action before it was too late.
Source: Bernama - United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon on Sunday commended BRICS for its efforts in the fight against global warming and urged for more contributions, Xinhua news agency reported.
Source: Reuters - The Wilkes Basin in East Antarctica, stretching more than 1,000 km (600 miles) inland, has enough ice to raise sea levels by 3 to 4 meters (10-13 feet) if it were to melt as an effect of global warming, the report said.
Source: Los Tiempos - El Gobierno nacional adelantó hoy que la cumbre del Grupo de los 77 países en desarrollo (G-77) y China, convocada para mediados de junio, debatirá sobre siete temas, entre ellos reformas a la ONU, la emigración, el cambio climático y un nuevo orden en el comercio y las finanzas internacionales.
Source: El Moudjahid - La ministre de l'Aménagement du territoire et de l'Environnement, Dalila Boudjemaa, prendra part à la conférence ministérielle mondiale sur le climat qui se tiendra aujourdhui et demain à Abu Dhabi (Emirats Arabes Unis), a indiqué, hier, un communiqué de son ministère.
Source: e360.ma - Le Maroc se porte candidat pour l'organisation, en novembre 2016, de la 22e session de la Conférence des parties à la Convention-cadre des Nations unies sur les changements climatiques.
Source: Washington Post - The satellite images viewed by President Obama before a meeting with eight Western governors were stark, showing how snowpack in Californias mountains had shrunk by 86 percent in a single year.
Source: IANS - From the tropics to the poles, from small islands to large continents, and from the poorest countries to the richest, climate change impacts are already widespread, costly and consequential, UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon said, urging stakeholders gathered in the UAE capital to consider concrete actions to tackle the phenomenon now before it is too late.
Source: RTCC - Deputy UNFCCC chief Richard Kinley says intensive diplomacy from worlds major carbon polluters could pay off in Paris
Source: Xinhua - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki- moon is to travel to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Italy to build momentum for a UN climate change summit slated for September and meet senior officials of the two countries, the deputy UN spokesman, Farhan Haq, said here Thursday.
Source: Himalayan Times - he Eighth International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation concluded yesterday with the Kathmandu Declaration.