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Source: RTCC - More leading emerging nations are mulling making the polluter pay than ever before.
Source: Reuters - Tax versus trade is an issue that has stalked the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) over its 10 years of existence, but is fading in importance as the world moves towards increased use of both methods of cutting greenhouse gas pollution.
Source: Financial Express - The United Nations Development Programme has pledged to provide $8.75 million to save Bangladesh's coastal areas from the adverse impact of climate change in three separate projects.
Source: Le Monde - La conférence sur le climat qui se tiendra en décembre à Paris (COP21) coûtera finalement 170 millions deuros, soit 20 millions deuros de plus que celle de Copenhague, en 2009.
Source: Refinery29 - When we pull a pint of ice cream out of the freezer, were only thinking about one thing: eating our dessert! But, Ben & Jerrys is trying to change all that with its latest flavor, dubbed Save Our Swirled.
Source: AFP - France today unveiled a list of companies which will sponsor the year-end UN climate talks in Paris, sparking accusations of corporate "greenwashing" from campaigners.
Source: BusinessGreen - The government has confirmed plans to end subsidies for new onshore wind farms while promising to seek an international deal on tackling climate change at a major summit in Paris later this year.
Source: AP - Norway's parliamentary parties have agreed that the country's $900 billion sovereign wealth fund should stop investing in coal companies because of their impact on climate change.
Source: AP - From Galileo to genetics, the Roman Catholic Church has danced with science, sometimes in a high-tension tango but more often in a supportive waltz. Pope Francis is about to introduce a new twist: global warming.
Source: eco-business.com - Trillions of dollars need to be redirected into building low-carbon economies to avoid serious climate change, the UN warns.
Source: Reuters - Members of the European Parliament on Tuesday approved a compromise deal to begin a new reform of the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) from January 2019.
Source: EFE - El Rey ha destacado hoy la importancia que tiene la lucha contra el cambio climático al inaugurar en Barcelona el XII salón "Carbón Expo 2015", uno de los principales foros sobre mercados de carbono y el cambio del clima y que se celebra unos meses antes de la Cumbre del Cambio Climático de París.
Source: Reuters - Le monde n'a jamais été aussi proche d'un accord universel sans précédent sur la lutte contre le réchauffement climatique mais de nombreux obstacles restent à surmonter avant la conférence de Paris, en décembre, juge le chef de la diplomatie française.
Source: Le Figaro - Pour limiter le réchauffement climatique, les politiques et chefs d'entreprises réfléchissent à augmenter le prix du carbone, un des enjeux de la conférence de Paris sur le climat (COP21)
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation - If your country were responsible for only 0.05 percent of the world's climate-changing emissions, you might not think it worth making a plan to curb that pollution - especially when you still need to get electricity to much of your population
Source: Livemint - India needs as much as $200 billion to meet its target to install 100GW of solar power and 60,000MW of wind power by 2022
Source: Christian Science Monitor - Major oil companies including Total, Eni, Saudi Aramco, BG, Royal Dutch Shell, and others have come together to form an industry group to weigh in on climate negotiations to take place in Paris later this year.
Source: AFP - Despite "extremely complex" issues, the political mood for reaching a global climate deal this year is stronger than ever, says French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.
Source: Guardian - World governments need to set clear long-term goals at Paris climate talks and invest about $50tn to bring about changes needed to avoid dangerous global warming, say World Energy Council
Source: Reuters - Responding to climate change in the next 15 years is the world's "mega development project", given the need to invest trillions of dollars in infrastructure, creating jobs and economic stability, the United Nations' top climate change official said on Tuesday.