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Japan, Mexico to reduce greenhouse gases through J.C.M.

Japan and Mexico have signed a bilateral document which will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions as well as help international efforts to prevent global warming. The bilateral document concerning the Joint Crediting Mechanism – Memorandum of Cooperation between the two countries concerning the Low Carbon Growth in Mexico – was signed in the United Mexican States by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Mexico Suichiro Megata...

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Former Irish president appointed as special envoy for climate change

Former Irish President Mary Robinson has been appointed by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as Special Envoy for Climate Change in preparation for a climate summit that will convene in September. Building on her work on climate justice, the U.N. chief noted that the former Irish president will engage Heads of State and Governments around the world in order to mobilize political will and action. In addition, Mrs. Robinson will also be...

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Scientists propose updates on climate baseline to keep up with climate change

The World Meteorological Organization Commission for Climatology is proposing updates on the 30-year climate baseline in order to keep up with climate change. The W.M.O. Commission for Climatology seeks to update the 30-year climate baseline which scientists use to monitor the weather and climate and make comparisons to past conditions. However, with the rising atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases, the Earth’s climate is changing faster than be...

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U.N. Habitat head “hopes” for cities to join forces against climate change

The head of United Nations Human Settlements Programme, or U.N. Habitat, has expressed his “hope” for thousands of cities to join forces to sign a compact to strengthen cooperation in fighting climate change. “We have seen that many countries’ mayors have taken the lead in taking practical steps towards containing greenhouse gas emission in urban scenarios,” said Joan Clos, executive...

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CO2 reaches 400 parts per million in the northern hemisphere – W.M.O.

Monthly concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere throughout the northern hemisphere have reached 400 parts per million in April, according to the World Meteorological Organization. Based on the new reported record carbon dioxide concentrations of W.M.O.’s Global Atmosphere Watch, for the first time, carbon dioxide concentrations have reached 400 ppm. This figure was recorded during the...

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U.N.E.P., China to assist Global South countries against climate change

The United Nations Environment Programme and China have agreed to assist countries of the Global South in combating climate change. The agreement to help Global South countries deal with climate change was endorsed in Nairobi by Chinese Premier Li Kequiang and U.N. Under-Secretary-General and U.N.E.P Executive Director Achim Steiner. “This new agreement sends another powerful message that China is committed to

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U.N. chief reiterates need for climate action now

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon reiterated the need for climate action now, citing that the solutions already exist. In the event “Abu Dhabi Ascent,” the first international meeting which discusses the conclusions made from the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports (see related story), Mr. Ban noted that climate change is the defining issue of the present time. “Many...

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Sustainable food systems needed to adapt to climate change

According to United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva, countries need to shift to more sustainable food systems to adapt to the effects of climate change. Mr. da Silva made the announcement during a conference in Morocco on April 23, 2014, adding that the phenomenon has the potential to reshape the planet’s food production scenario. “Everything we do needs to take climate change...

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U.N. chief meets with financial institutions for climate talks

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met with various financial institutions and finance ministers to discuss how to combat climate change. Mr. Ban, along with the leaders of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund, sat down with finance ministers to discuss the way forward to a low-carbon way while focusing on jobs, growth, and competitiveness. In the meeting, carbon pricing, as...

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Greenpeace urges governments to transition to clean, renewable energy

Environmental organization Greenpeace is urging governments to accelerate their transition to 100 percent clean, safe, renewable energy. The call to accelerate transition to green energy was made ahead of the third part of the Fifth Assessment Report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change on April 13.“We expect the I.P.C.C.’s conclusion to reflect breakthroughs with...

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