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Source: Reuters - Japan is considering reducing emissions of greenhouse gases by around 20 percent by 2030 as its contribution to a global summit on climate change in Paris later in the year, Japanese media reported on Thursday.
Source: Washington Post - Papua New Guinea is the second largest island in the world. It is inhabited by diverse tribes that depend on nature to provide them with food and medicine.
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Source: International Policy Digest - With less than nine months until the Paris Climate Summit, countries are developing their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC). India is among those countries that are not in a hurry to make any national climate commitments that could be internationally binding.
Source: RTCC - Financial institutions with over US$ 2,100 billion in assets publish principles to guide future investments in clean energy
Source: Economic Times - India's demand for a global agreement that will address intensified efforts to tackle climate change between 2015 and 2020 has not gone unheard.
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Source: jakarta Post - The government is currently reviewing a national action plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (RAN GRK) before making an official emissions cut commitment at a Paris climate conference.
Source: Economic Times - Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Paris, France today said the two sides are "working hard" to make progress on setting up Jaitapur nuclear power plant, a project which has been stuck because of differences over cost of power to be produced.
Source: Triple Pundit - In the late 1980s, Ben & Jerrys authored a social mission that, among other things, established a continuing commitment to incorporating wholesome, natural ingredients and promoting business practices that respect the Earth and the environment.
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Source: Guardian - It is unethical and untenable for universities, that seek to advance global development and health, to invest in the fossil fuels that cause climate change, say a group of 2,000 researchers at Academics Stand Against Poverty
Source: AP - Global warming isn't just affecting the weather, it's harming Americans' health, President Barack Obama said Tuesday as he announced steps government and businesses will take to better understand and deal with the problem.
Source: RTCC - Intense tropical storms are the new norm in the Pacific, according to Marshall Islands foreign minister.
Source: UPI - A new interactive map, developed by researchers at Yale and Utah State universities, reveals localized opinions on climate change throughout the United States.
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Source: Reuters - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi signaled on Monday he would not bow to foreign pressure to commit to cuts in carbon emissions, instead pledging to use more clean energy and traditional methods to lead the fight against climate change.
Source: Reuters - Canada declined a U.S. invitation last week to jointly announce climate policy cooperation with Mexico, with Ottawa saying it has not yet finalized its own domestic strategy, sources from both countries familiar with the discussions said on Thursday.