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  • Michael Bloomberg's First Comments Since Trump Win Do Little To Quell Climate Fears - Huffington Post

    Michael Bloomberg's First Comments Since Trump Win Do Little To Quell Climate Fears - Huffington Post;

    The billionaire is offering up his elite club of mayors to fight the president-elect's environment plans. By Alexander C. Kaufman. Darren Ornitz/Reuters. Michael Bloomberg made his first public comments on President-elect Donald Trump's climate plans.and more »

  • What Does Trump's New “Open Mind” on the Climate Accord Mean? - Scientific American

    What Does Trump's New “Open Mind” on the Climate Accord Mean? - Scientific American;

    UN Climate Change Conference COP21 in Paris on November 30, 2015. From left to the right: Enrique Peña Nieto, François Hollande, Angela Merkel and Michelle Bachelet. Credit: Presidencia de la República Mexicana Flickr (CC BY 2.0). Advertisement |.and more »

  • Trump Says He Has 'Open Mind' On Climate, But Staff Pick Raises Questions - NPR

    Trump Says He Has 'Open Mind' On Climate, But Staff Pick Raises Questions - NPR;

    The good news for those worried that the U.S. will lose its leadership role in confronting climate change: President-elect Donald Trump said Tuesday, "I have an open mind to it. ... I do have an open mind." At a meeting Tuesday with New York Times ...and more »

  • China emerges as global climate leader in wake of Trump's triumph - The Guardian

    China emerges as global climate leader in wake of Trump's triumph - The Guardian;

    Xie Zhenhua, China's special representative for climate change affairs, delivers a speech. Photograph: Abdeljalil Bounhar/INBAR/AP. Environment · Guardian Environment Network. China emerges as global climate leader in wake of Trump's triumph. With the ...and more »

  • Forging ahead on climate action - MIT News

    Forging ahead on climate action - MIT News;

    Last year, participants in the Paris Agreement on climate change expressed the shared global objective of limiting temperature rise, with each party to the agreement laying out its intended national contributions to addressing climate change. At this ...and more »

  • Impact of climate change on marine sites examined at COP22 - UNESCO.org (press release)

    Impact of climate change on marine sites examined at COP22 - UNESCO.org (press release);

    The 22nd Conference of the Parties (COP22) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) held from 7 to 18 November 2016, began a mere three days after the Paris Agreement, adopted at the 21st Conference in 2015, came ...and more »

  • What businesses want Trump to know about climate change - The Guardian

    What businesses want Trump to know about climate change - The Guardian;

    Nearly 400 companies and nonprofits signed a letter to express support for the Paris climate agreement. We asked a handful to tell us why. Nearly 400 companies and nonprofits signed a letter last week urging president-elect Donald Trump to stay in the ...and more »

  • COP22: Developing nations lead way in the fight against climate change - BirdLife International

    COP22: Developing nations lead way in the fight against climate change - BirdLife International;

    It's been a little under a month since the Paris Agreement – a historic international agreement between countries to battle climate change – became legally-binding, three whole years ahead of schedule. But despite the unprecedented speed and urgency ...and more »

  • World species are waiting for a serious implementation of the climate deal - BirdLife International

    World species are waiting for a serious implementation of the climate deal - BirdLife International;

    Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing the planet, and current levels of adaptation and adaptation support are insufficient to protect people and nature from its impacts. This year is on track to become the hottest ever recorded and ...and more »

  • With waning US leadership on climate, nonstate actors to play outsize role - The Conversation US

    With waning US leadership on climate, nonstate actors to play outsize role - The Conversation US;

    Idil Boran received funding from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and from York University. Partners. Colorado State University provides funding as a member of The Conversation US. View all partners. Republish this ...and more »