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Source: La information - La secretaria ejecutiva de la Convención Marco de Cambio Climático de la ONU, Christiana Figueres, ha valorado que en los últimos años se ha producido "un punto de inflexión" en materia de cambio climático,
Source: Agencia EFE - La cumbre del clima de París se abrió hoy entre grandilocuentes discursos y épicos llamamientos a la acción de más de 150 líderes mundiales, que deberán traducirse, al cabo de dos semanas de negociación, en un acuerdo universal para frenar el cambio climático.
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A 2-degree rise in global average temperatures could mean 20-year megadroughts
Source: The New York Times - The pledges that countries have signaled they will make in Paris over the next two weeks to cut emissions will inevitably fall short of what is needed to solve the problem of climate change.
Source: Yahoo News - Leaders from a group of 43 countries most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change called on the first day of U.N. climate talks for a new deal that puts the world on track to limit global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Source: Yahoo News - Senior negotiators from almost 200 nations on Sunday began thrashing out a new global deal to curb climate change as the president of China, the world's biggest polluter, landed in Paris.
Source: Le Monde - Fonte accélérée des glaciers, montée des eaux, sécheresses et inondations : aux quatre coins de la planète, le dérèglement climatique est à luvre.
Source: The Washington Post - President Obama joined leaders from 150 nations on Monday in pledging action against climate change, kicking off a historic two-week gathering that Obama called a turning point in the battle against one of humanitys gravest threats.
Source: The Economic Times - India will need over $1 trillion (about Rs 66 lakh crore) till 2030 to adapt to
the adverse impacts of climate change, according to an independent study
conducted by IIM Ahmedabad,
IIT Gandhinagar and the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW).
Source: UN News Centre - A l'ouverture lundi à Paris de la Conférence des Nations Unies sur le climat (COP21), des dizaines d'annonces ont été faites par des gouvernements et des dirigeants des secteurs public et privé, visant à combattre les changements climatiques et construire un avenir durable.
Source: Reuters - Nov 28 Germany's chancellor gave a qualified welcome on Saturday to China's pledge to tackle rising temperatures ahead of a global climate conference but she called for more ambitious goals to cut greenhouse emissions.
Source: The Indian Express - IN THE strongest-ever push for a global agreement on climate change, leaders and monarchs from nearly 150 countries will assemble under one roof here on Monday, hoping that the show of solidarity would force a different result from the one six years ago when they last gathered in such numbers for the same cause.
Source: El Tiempo - Christiana Figueres, representante de ONU en tema ambiental, tiene la tarea de lograr pacto global.
Source: NY Times - After two decades of talks that failed to slow the relentless pace of global warming, negotiators from almost 200 countries are widely expected to sign a deal in the next two weeks to take concrete steps to cut emissions.
Source: CRI - In France, the site of the international Paris climate conference officially became United Nations soil on Saturday, as journalists and officials began to arrive amid heightened security.
Source: Philippines News Agency - UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon believes climate change could be indirectly linked with terrorist attacks in which the world has recently been embroiled, adding in an interview with CBS News that Paris attacks cant overshadow the climate change conference to be held next week in the French capital.
Source: dpa - French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius gave the UN's climate chief a key to the Paris climate conference centre in a symbolic act on Saturday, two days before negotiations are set to begin on a global deal to limit man-made carbon emissions.
Source: Hindustan Times - Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about climate change in his monthly radio address Mann ki Baat, which was broadcast on Sunday morning, hours before he leaves for Paris to attend the UN global climate change summit.
Source: BBC - Nearly 150 global leaders are gathering in Paris on Sunday for a critical UN climate meeting, amid tight security.
Source: Xinhua - The leaders of Commonwealth countries unified their voices on climate action on Saturday, ahead of the Paris talks on climate change.