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Source: Reuters - The first carbon permits in Shanghai traded at 27 yuan ($4.43) on Tuesday, as the financial hub launched China's second such trading scheme in a bid to cut its fast-growing greenhouse gas emissions.
Source: AFP - The Pacific region faces serious economic losses due to climate change and it is critical that nations causing the problem step in to help, the Asian Development Bank said Tuesday.
Source: Huffington Post - Calling for an international "Sustainability Revolution," spearheaded by faith leaders from around the world, American environmental leader Christina Lee Brown Thursday implored the 9th World Assembly of Religions for Peace to address the imminent perils of climate change.
Source: Guardian - Delegates have been packed off and their homework is to prepare their country's emission reduction plan by early 2015
Source: EurActiv - A one-stop scientific website bringing together worldwide relevant data on climate change was launched in France last week (20 November), with the hope of contributing to the fight against global warming.
Source: Reuters - Climate change could cause countries in the Pacific region to lose as much as 12.7 per cent of their gross domestic product (GDP), the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said on Tuesday.
Source: RTCC - This years round of international climate negotiations werent all doom and gloom. Weve chosen five outcomes worth celebrating
Source: Bloomberg - Market mechanisms such as the European Unions emissions-trading system still have deep roots in the United Nations climate talks after negotiators failed to adopt major decisions this year, the head of a trading lobby said.
Source: Guardian - The US and China need to put their rhetoric on climate change into practice, the German environment minister, Peter Altmaier, said on Monday after United Nations climate change negotiations in Warsaw failed to reach agreement in key areas.
Source: Bloomberg - China and Indias success in weakening the latest global warming agreement created friction with other developing nations that are seeking to step up the fight against climate change.
Source: Guardian - The steps in Warsaw towards a new global climate change deal looked more like shuffling of feet
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek - In two decades, the U.N. talks have failed to provide a cure to the world's fever. Heat-trapping carbon emissions that scientists say are warming the planet are growing each year as most countries still depend on coal and oil to fuel their economies.
Source: Bloomberg - Diplomats from almost 190 nations endorsed a set of measures on global warming, laying the groundwork for a treaty to be adopted in 2015 that would limit pollution by all nations for the first time.
Source: EurActiv - Almost 200 countries clinched a deal on climate change over the weekend in Warsaw, marking the start of a long journey towards a binding international agreement at the 2015 UN climate talks in Paris.
Source: AP - After another U.N. climate conference gave only modest results, European Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard says the process needs to provide a "substantial answer" to global warming in two years to remain relevant.
Source: Economic Times - After almost 30 hours of overtime, the United Nations-sponsored Warsaw climate change talks came to a close with a deal that failed to resolve key contentious issues but managed to keep every country at the table.
Source: Guardian - Governments around the world have just over a year in which to set out their targets on curbing greenhouse gas emissions from 2020, after marathon overnight climate change talks in Warsaw produced a partial deal.
Source: AFP - For Philippines diplomat Yeb Sano, Saturday's close of UN climate talks in Warsaw comes with an unusual prize: he can eat again.