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Climate talks may go to last minute

NEW DELHI/PARIS, Oct. 14 (Reuters) - The world may have to wait until the dying seconds of a United Nations climate summit in December for a global deal to channel business dollars into low-carbon energy, industry and analysts said on Wednesday


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Obama's climate change hopes get a boost

UNITED NATIONS/LONDON, Oct. 14 (Reuters) – Official Washington sounded more upbeat on Monday than it has for weeks in sizing up United States President Barack Obama's chances of progress on a climate change bill in Congress this year


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African leaders solidify climate change stand in summit

To consolidate past and on-going climate change efforts and to help solidify their stand on the upcoming Copenhagen conference, Africa’s parliamentary leaders recently staged the African Parliamentarians Summit on Climate Change


Testifying to climate change

As the United Nations climate change talks were drawing to a close in Bangkok on Friday, Typhoon Parma waged its parting blows on the Philippines, bringing to the fore the urgency of averting further destruction caused by extreme weather conditions


Bangkok climate talks fail to make headway

Nations that met in the penultimate international climate change negotiation in Bangkok still have not made progress on mid-term emission reduction targets and financing of mitigation efforts in developing countries


International forum zeroes in on energy poverty

An international forum organized by Mexico and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization is calling attention to the need to address the developing world’s lack of access to energy


Strong climate policies will augur well for California economy – study

Pushing through with aggressive clean energy policies despite its present economic troubles will help California hedge against future problems arising from reliance on fossil fuels, a University of California, Berkeley study says


China says developed nations dragging climate talks

China and developing countries are blaming industrialized nations for the sluggish pace of the United Nations-sponsored climate talks


Rotterdam hosts forum for sustainable society

Eurocities, a network of 140 large European cities in 34 countries, is holding a three-day forum for public and private organizations to tackle how a fossil-based economy can transition towards a “sustainable energy society”


India unveils ambitious climate goals

India’s environment minister laid out a range of new mandates to keep the South Asian nation on track to meet its carbon emission reduction goals and develop renewable energy use


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