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Trump 'threat' to dominate UN climate negotiations - BBC News;

Trump 'threat' to dominate UN climate negotiations - BBC News

BBC NewsTrump 'threat' to dominate UN climate negotiationsBBC NewsConcerns over a Trump presidency are set to dominate the early days of global climate talks in Morocco. Some 20,000 participants are meeting in Marrakech for two weeks, starting on Monday, to agree new rules to limit warming on the planet. These plans ...and more »

MARRAKECH: UN climate conference to continue momentum after Paris Agreement comes into force - UN News Centre;

MARRAKECH: UN climate conference to continue momentum after Paris Agreement comes into force - UN News Centre

UN News CentreMARRAKECH: UN climate conference to continue momentum after Paris Agreement comes into forceUN News CentreAin Beni Mathar Integrated Combined Cycle Thermo-Solar Power Plant, Morocco. Photo: Dana Smillie/World Bank. Tweet ?Share. Print. 6 November 2016 – Three days after the entry into force of the landmark Paris Agreement, the Marrakesh Conference, ...and more »

Morocco sees 'no turning back' for climate pact - Aljazeera.com;

Morocco sees 'no turning back' for climate pact - Aljazeera.com

Aljazeera.comMorocco sees 'no turning back' for climate pactAljazeera.comRabat urges nations that ratified Paris agreement to commit amid threat of Donald Trump winning US presidential vote. 06 Nov 2016 21:54 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social.and more »

One Last Look: The Candidates on Climate and Energy - Undark Magazine;

One Last Look: The Candidates on Climate and Energy - Undark Magazine

Undark MagazineOne Last Look: The Candidates on Climate and EnergyUndark MagazineSciCheck, a project of Factcheck.org, takes a last look at the presidential candidates' statements on issues of crucial importance to everyone. 11.06.2016 / By Vanessa Schipani, SciCheck · Join the Discussion. Share. Click to share on Facebook (Opens ...and more »

Opinion: Paris, Marrakech and you: the battle against climate change - Montreal Gazette;

Opinion: Paris, Marrakech and you: the battle against climate change - Montreal Gazette

Montreal GazetteOpinion: Paris, Marrakech and you: the battle against climate changeMontreal GazetteSea ice floats near the coast of West Antarctica as seen from a window of a NASA Operation IceBridge airplane on October 27, 2016 in-flight over Antarctica. NASA's Operation IceBridge has been studying how polar ice has evolved over the past eight ...and more »

Bridges Special Update #1 | As Paris Agreement Goes Live, Focus Shifts to Implementation - ICTSD Bridges News;

Bridges Special Update #1 | As Paris Agreement Goes Live, Focus Shifts to Implementation - ICTSD Bridges News

ICTSD Bridges NewsBridges Special Update #1 | As Paris Agreement Goes Live, Focus Shifts to ImplementationICTSD Bridges NewsThe UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) annual conference will kick off on Monday in Marrakech, Morocco, with delegates from nearly 200 nations working primarily to advance the implementation of its Paris Agreement (PA).and more »

Déjà vu: Why I am strongly against our signing the Paris climate deal - Rappler;

Déjà vu: Why I am strongly against our signing the Paris climate deal - Rappler

RapplerDéjà vu: Why I am strongly against our signing the Paris climate dealRapplerOn the Paris Climate Agreement, I beg to disagree with the assertion that it is a milestone on the way to stopping or slowing down climate change. This is propaganda. The reality is that this is a deal crafted to suit the United States, China, and ...and more »

Prospect of 'President Trump' Casts Cloud Over COP 22 Climate Conference - NBCNews.com;

Prospect of 'President Trump' Casts Cloud Over COP 22 Climate Conference - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comProspect of 'President Trump' Casts Cloud Over COP 22 Climate ConferenceNBCNews.comExperts who spend their days plotting contingency plans to avert the effects of climate change are now confronted with another weighty scenario: what happens if Donald Trump wins the election. A dark cloud is hanging over Marrakesh, Morocco, this week ...and more »

Goals to achieve in new climate talks - Disaster News Network;

Goals to achieve in new climate talks - Disaster News Network

Disaster News NetworkGoals to achieve in new climate talksDisaster News NetworkEven though evidence on an ever-worsening global climate keeps pouring in with alarming frequency, the last 12 months have, in fact, been a relatively good year for global climate policy. Next week, the world's countries meet in Marrakesh, Morocco, to ...and more »

Vietnam ratifies Paris climate change agreement - VietNamNet Bridge;

Vietnam ratifies Paris climate change agreement - VietNamNet Bridge

VietNamNet BridgeVietnam ratifies Paris climate change agreementVietNamNet BridgePrime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has ratified the Paris Agreement of the United Nations Framework on Climate Change. The agreement went into force globally yesterday. Phúc signed Resolution No 93/NQ-CP on October 31, on behalf of the Government of ...and more »

Paris Agreement enters into force - WWF International;

Paris Agreement enters into force - WWF International

WWF InternationalParis Agreement enters into forceWWF InternationalGLAND, Switzerland – Less than a year ago, 197 countries came together to deliver a universal climate agreement and, with it, a promise to work together to limit global temperature rise to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. On 4 November, that ...and more »

While the world is transfixed by the US election, real action is happening on climate change - Quartz;

While the world is transfixed by the US election, real action is happening on climate change - Quartz

QuartzWhile the world is transfixed by the US election, real action is happening on climate changeQuartzMonuments in Paris were illuminated to celebrate the adoption of the Paris Agreement on climate change. (Reuters/Jacky Naegelen). Share. Written by. Christopher Groskopf. November 05, 2016. When the dust settles from the US election, haggard voters ...and more »

The Paris Climate Agreement Is Now International Law - Popular Mechanics;

The Paris Climate Agreement Is Now International Law - Popular Mechanics

Popular MechanicsThe Paris Climate Agreement Is Now International LawPopular MechanicsEnvironmentalists say the agreement is just the first step of a much longer and complicated process of transitioning away from fossil fuels. Most Popular. AP. By Associated Press and Michael Astor. Nov 5, 2016. The Paris Agreement to combat climate ...and more »

The Paris climate change agreement: how will it affect you and your pay packet? - Wired.co.uk;

The Paris climate change agreement: how will it affect you and your pay packet? - Wired.co.uk

Wired.co.ukThe Paris climate change agreement: how will it affect you and your pay packet?Wired.co.ukIn early October 2016, 55 countries with 55 per cent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions ratified the Paris climate change agreement. ADVERTISEMENT. On November 4, it came into force. The main long-term goal is to keep the increase in global ...and more »

Ratification of the Paris Agreement is an unmissable opportunity for global growth - The Independent;

Ratification of the Paris Agreement is an unmissable opportunity for global growth - The Independent

The IndependentRatification of the Paris Agreement is an unmissable opportunity for global growthThe IndependentOpportunities that point to history in the making are rare. Entry into force of the Paris Agreement on climate change is a clear exception. This watershed agreement is now a fully binding legal treaty less than 12 months after it was agreed. This is ...and more »

What's in store at the Marrakech climate talks – and will Australia still back coal? - The Guardian;

What's in store at the Marrakech climate talks – and will Australia still back coal? - The Guardian

The GuardianWhat's in store at the Marrakech climate talks – and will Australia still back coal?The GuardianThey're quiet now, but the 55 tents that will make up the site of the 2016 climate talks in Marrakech will host a cast of thousands for the next two weeks. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images. Climate change · Planet Oz ...and more »

UN: Climate refugees and avoidable human tragedy on tap unless we go beyond Paris Agreement - New Atlas;

UN: Climate refugees and avoidable human tragedy on tap unless we go beyond Paris Agreement - New Atlas

New AtlasUN: Climate refugees and avoidable human tragedy on tap unless we go beyond Paris AgreementNew AtlasThe Paris Agreement on climate action was a landmark moment in a few ways. A record number of countries pledged to keep global temperatures from rising 2° C (3.6° F) above pre-industrial levels this century, to prepare for the impacts of climate change ...and more »

Landmark Paris Agreement on Climate Change Now International Law (Sans Shipping) - GCaptain;

Landmark Paris Agreement on Climate Change Now International Law (Sans Shipping) - GCaptain

GCaptainLandmark Paris Agreement on Climate Change Now International Law (Sans Shipping)GCaptainThe landmark Paris Agreement to combat climate change became international law on Friday with its entry into force less than a year after it was unanimously adopted by 196 nations last December in Paris. The Paris Agreement aims is to strengthen the ...and more »

How Donald Trump Helped the Paris Climate Deal Become Law Ahead of Schedule - Fortune;

How Donald Trump Helped the Paris Climate Deal Become Law Ahead of Schedule - Fortune

FortuneHow Donald Trump Helped the Paris Climate Deal Become Law Ahead of ScheduleFortuneThe U.N. global climate deal known as the Paris Agreement came into legal force on Friday, nearly a year after dozens of countries agreed to it in marathon negotiations in the French capital. The goal of the accord is to limit global warming to below ...and more »

The Paris Climate Agreement Takes Effect Today - Mother Jones;

The Paris Climate Agreement Takes Effect Today - Mother Jones

Mother JonesThe Paris Climate Agreement Takes Effect TodayMother JonesThis story was originally published by Grist and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. On Friday, the landmark Paris climate agreement officially goes into force. The news will surely be buried under a mudslide of US election coverage ...and more »