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Urge action on climate change

… to acknowledge the urgency of climate change. Ignoring climate science and doubling … realistic national plan to slow global warming emissions ... Tomas Regalado, the Republican … thinks that the topic of climate change is a partisan issue ... EnvironmentGuru.com, 3 days ago

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Supreme Court made the right call on Obama's climate-change overreach

To the editor: The U.S. Supreme Court's injunction suspending President Obama's power plan was not opaque — it was necessary and in congruence with the law. ("The U.S. can't allow Supreme Court clean power roadblock to slow its fight against ...
 MyInforms8 hours ago Wolf says PA will move forward on Clean Power Plan  MyInforms15 hours ago Activist: U.S. Supreme Court Won't Scuttle Paris Climate Accord  MyInforms20 hours ago President Obama Believes His Climate Change Rule Will Survive  Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago
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Paris, water and resilience

Increasing water resilience is a vital area for action across the world. The Paris Agreement on climate change could be the catalyst for both improved water resilience and reduced water-related energy use in our cities, supporting progress towards a ...
 Utility Week21 hours ago COP21 of the U.N. Framework Convention Form Agreement on Climate Change Action  GIS Café1 day ago After Paris Climate Deal, Major Changes Are Still a Long Way Off  Carnegie Endowment2 days ago 4 ways the Paris Agreement supports climate action now  GreenBiz2 days ago
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First national plan to save wildlife from climate change

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Kolkata, Feb. 7 -- For the first time, Indian wildlife officials and conservationists are coming up with a national action plan to save animals and plants from ...
 HT Syndication1 week ago
NDTV

Developed countries not fulfilling their obligations: India

Terming as "game changer" the national climate action plans of every country, India today strongly voiced its concern over exclusion of these plans in the new draft negotiating text unveiled by climate change negotiators and said developed countries ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Climate talks: Rich countries trying to ‘shift’ responsibility, says India  Asian Age2 months ago
World Policy Institute

Climate Change Theater Action

By Chantal Bilodeau While world leaders convened at the United Nations 2015 Paris Climate Conference in November and December 2015, artists across the world mobilized to present cultural events in support of a global agreement reducing carbon ...
 World Policy Institute4 days ago IFC on Climate Change: Threat and Opportunity for the Private Sector  Georgia Today6 days ago Global Action against Climate Change: Time to Join Forces  Russian International Affairs Council1 week ago Six key developments in the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2015  Jagran Post2 months ago
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Nations pledge climate action, obstacles remain to summit: France

So far this year, 183 of 195 nations have issued long-term plans for tackling climate change, meant as building blocks for a Paris accord, with a flurry of more than a dozen in the past week including from South Sudan, Kuwait, Yemen and Cuba.
 DNA2 months ago
Daily Times

Farmers and climate change

A new push to give farmers in developing countries better access to markets, led by the United Nations' food aid agency, could fall short of its goals if it does not prioritize helping poor farmers adapt to climate change, experts have warned. Aimed ...
 Daily Times1 day ago UN Must Help Impoverished Farmers Adapt To Climate Change: Experts  Huffington Post4 days ago UN drive to lift up poor farmers must focus on climate - experts  Yahoo! India4 days ago UN drive to lift up farmers must focus on climate  Oman Observer3 days ago
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Huffington Post

What the Supreme Court's Power Plant Order Means for Climate Action

The Supreme Court unexpectedly put a temporary halt on the Obama administration's plan to limit carbon pollution from power plants. The carbon limits--known as the Clean Power Plan --are designed to check the largest source of the heat-trapping ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago Our Climate Progress Will Not Be Stayed  NRDC Worldview3 days ago What the Supreme Court's Ruling Means for the Clean Power Plan (All is Far from Lost!)  Union of Concerned Scientists3 days ago Corporate Polluters At The Supreme Court  Huffington Post2 days ago
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Why the U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Will Not Derail Climate Action in China

The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to temporarily halt implementation of President Obama's Clean Power Plan until the courts reach a final decision on the legal merits has raised concerns in other countries about the ability of the U.S. to meet its ...
 Huffington Post2 days ago Did the Supreme Court just undercut the Paris climate agreement?  Grist Magazine3 days ago
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