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Source: Carbon Pulse - The EU is to link its carbon market to the much smaller Switzerland ETS after the parties concluded five years of talks, the Swiss environment ministry said on Monday.
Source: Zee News - The World Bank-funded Mid-Himalayan Watershed Development Project in Himachal Pradesh has helped preserve natural resources and prevent soil erosion besides ensuring substantial improvement in the local economy
The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Bio-Carbon Project, a major component of this project, is being implemented over 4,003 hectares in 177 panchayats
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Source: Green Biz - Putting a price on carbon. It's not a particularly novel idea, but it's one that people in powerful positions are talking about again in the wake of the Paris climate talks and the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Source: Reuters - Many multinationals have a blind spot in judging the environmental impact of their suppliers' operations, adding to corporate risks linked to climate change, according to a study published on Tuesday.
Source: Climate Home - Modi and Hollande inaugurate New Delhi HQ of 122-strong coalition following announcement at Paris climate summit
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Source: La Republica - Después de seis años de ocupar la silla de la secretaría de la Convención de Cambio Climático de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas (ONU), Christiana Figueres anunció que dejará este cargo en julio próximo, así lo informó la costarricense a EFE Verde.
Source: Guardian - An exceptionally hot year, 2015 shattered records, but will just be the norm in 15 years time
Source: Guardian - New calculations shows there is just a 0.01% chance that recent run of global heat records could have happened due to natural climate variations
Source: El Nuevo Día - Los efectos del cambio climático son evidentes en la salud de los puertorriqueños, según afirmó hoy, sábado, la epidemióloga del Estado, Brenda Rivera García, durante una presentación que hizo para Sociedad de Microbiólogos de Puerto Rico
Source: Boston Globe - Some MIT professors are researching nuclear power plants that can float in the ocean. Others are testing atom-sized solar cells that can coat skyscraper windows or smartphone screens. And still others are looking at how to mix algae with sunlight to make a reliable, clean fuel.
Source: Reuters - Japan's 2015 oil imports fell to the lowest since 1988, reflecting the country's declining population and low economic growth while at the same time its natural gas imports fell for the first time since the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Source: The Indian Express - India's total greenhouse gas emissions in 2010 was 2.13 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, rising 40 per cent from its 2000 levels, the latest official data shows.
Source: MV Times - The Sustainable Vineyard series grew out of Film-Truths Greening Eden project, which took them to the Paris conference last month.
Source: BBC - After their talks in Delhi, the two leaders will lay a foundation stone at the new headquarters of the International Solar Alliance, a 121-nation group launched by Mr Modi at the Paris climate summit in November to expand affordable solar power.
Source: Bloomberg - Chinas planned national carbon-trading program will cover eight industries when it starts up in 2017, the nations top economic planning agency said in a statement on Friday.
Source: Huffington Post - The architect of the historic Paris climate negotiations credits the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh with helping broker the deal.
Source: Irish Examiner - The housewife in the kitchen is an endangered species, according to the organisers of Green Week in Berlin, the international exhibition for the food, agricultural and horticultural industries, which ended yesterday.