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Statement from World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim on the Entry into Force of the Paris Climate Change ... - World Bank Group

“November 4, 2016, is a defining moment in human history. For the first time a global agreement to turn down the heat on our planet enters into force. The Paris Climate Change Agreement—ratified in record time by over 90 countries to date—will now be ...and more »

What is the Paris climate agreement and who has signed it? -

Syria and Nicaragua, the only remaining non-signatories of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, have now signed. Should the US leave as promised, it would be the only country in the world outside the agreement. By Alexandra Simon-Lewis. 07 Nov 2017 ...and more »

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

The 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 »

Want a climate solution? Start talking - Deutsche Welle

With the Paris Agreement now almost a year old and ratified by half of its signatories, the next big word is implementation. But just how do countries make good on their climate pledges? One option is to start talking. Vietnam Überschwemmungen (Getty ...and more »

How will the Paris climate agreement change your day-to-day life? - The Conversation UK

Chris Hope has in the past received funding from the US EPA, UK DECC and the EU ClimateCost programme. Partners. University of Cambridge provides funding as a member of The Conversation UK. View all partners. Republish this article. Republish our ...and more »

Climate Pledges Will Fall Short of Needed 2 Degree C Limit - Scientific American

The U.N. Environment Programme dumped a bucket of cold water this morning on nations riding high from the Paris climate change accords' taking effect this week. In a new report, UNEP found that even if every country that made an emissions-cutting ...and more »

Paris climate change agreement enters into force - The Guardian

The Eiffel tower lit up during the Paris climate talks, referencing the 1.5C target that governments have agreed to pursue efforts to hold temperatures to. Photograph: Francois Mori/AP. The Paris agreement on climate change enters into force on Friday ...and more »

Economy moving to low carbon - ecns

China is expected to contribute more to help bridge the emission gap to achieve the Paris Agreement, after the United Nations warned the world is not yet on track to hit goals set in the pact that came into force on Friday. "Although China remains the ...and more »

Paris climate agreement enters into force: international experts respond - The Conversation AU

Bill Hare works for and owns shares in Climate Analytics, a non profit science based institute with headquarters in Berlin. Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and Climate Analytics have received research grants, Foundation and German ...and more »

The Paris Climate Pact Is in Effect, but It's Not Enough - MIT Technology Review

Emissions goals put forth by most nations will come up short of saving the planet, unless governments double down on their commitments. by Jamie Condliffe; November 4, 2016. Less than a year after its inception, the Paris climate change agreement is ...and more »