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Source: NY Times - Not long ago, many Republican officeholders had a simple answer when asked about the changing climate: What changing climate?
Source: Fiji Times - FIJI represents more than Fiji. As it chairs the 23rd session of the Conference of the Parties later this year, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and his team will represent all the countries vulnerable to climate change.
Source: Insurance Journal - An article on the site, Climate Change Will Kill the Groundhog Day Groundhog, notes that Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow so there will six more weeks of winter.
Source: Climate Home - Solar power and electric vehicles will wreak havoc on the energy sector, say analysts from Carbon Tracker and Grantham Institute, in contrast to rosy industry forecasts
Source: Deutsche Welle - The Rhine River once curled and turned, flooding and receding to support a rich mosaic of forests, meadows and marshes. Straightening the river out has been disastrous for its wetlands.
Source: CBC - Federal government working on strategy to help direct future investment
Source: Fiji Times - THE way to close the gender gap when it comes to climate change is to let men and women work together because there is a lot they can learn from each other.
Source: Reuters - Severe droughts gripping Peru have given way to some of the country's most devastating downpours in decades, catching authorities off guard as they scramble to contain the kind of floods that climate change is expected to make more frequent.
Source: AP - Sweden's prime minister on Thursday criticized climate skeptics within the new Trump administration and warned that all countries need to "step up and fulfill the Paris Agreement."
Source: Financial Times - Group reports big profit rise for 2016 partly due to gains on asset disposals
Source: ICIS - Some of the UKs largest utilities, independent generators, and renewable energy suppliers have backed the extension of the UKs carbon price support (CPS) until at least 2025.
Source: Ensia - Insetting does more than just offset carbon emissions it helps companies boost resilience and care for the ecosystems that provide their raw materials.
Source: RTBF - Myron Ebell, est le patron climato-sceptique, nommé par Donald Trump, de l'Agence américaine de protection de l'environnement. Il était l'invité aujourd'hui d'un colloque sur le climat organisé à Bruxelles par lAlliance des Conservateurs et Réformistes européens (ACRE). Il a confirmé l'intention claire des Etats-Unis de sortir de l'accord climat négocié à Paris, la COP21, en 2015.
Source: Guardian - Solar power and clean cars are gamechangers consistently underestimated by big energy, says Imperial College and Carbon Tracker report
Source: Reuters - Republican U.S. senators on Wednesday delayed a committee vote on President Donald Trump's pick to head the Environmental Protection Agency after the panel's Democrats boycotted the meeting, saying that nominee Scott Pruitt doubts the science of climate change.
Source: Reuters - Faced with a U.S. retreat from international efforts to tackle climate change, European Union officials are looking to China, fearing a leadership vacuum will embolden those within the bloc seeking to slow the fight against global warming.
Source: Le Monde - Ces immenses vallées, près de 10 000 dans le monde, sont mises en péril par la pêche, lexploitation de gaz et de pétrole, la pollution et le changement climatique, selon une vaste étude internationale.
Source: Fiji Times - PRIME Minister Voreqe Bainimarama is optimistic US President Donald Trump will not pull out of the landmark Paris climate change deal and change his mind on the issue.
Source: Bloomberg - The renewable-energy industry has a message for the Trump administration about bringing energy jobs to rural communities: get out of the coal mines and look to the sky.
Source: Bloomberg - Saudi Arabia will award its first tender to build 700 megawatts of solar and wind energy in September, with the cost of power forecast to be the lowest in the world, Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said.