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When Obama asks the difficult questions: BBC airs climate change interview with British naturalist Attenborough

Jun 29, 2015

When Obama asks the difficult questions: BBC airs climate change interview with British naturalist Attenborough

U.S. President Barack Obama for a change was the one asking the questions in an interview that aired on Sunday with British naturalist David Attenborough in which they agreed that combating climate change would require a global effort. #World #White House #Obama #BBC #climate change #NewsTracker #Interview #Global warming #Attenborough
Pope predicts future wars over water, to personally call world leaders to discuss climate change

Jun 18, 2015

Pope predicts future wars over water, to personally call world leaders to discuss climate change

Pope Francis will call on Thursday on the world's leaders to pull together to fight global warming, publishing his hotly-anticipated thesis on the environment which slams profiteers and slaves to progress. #climate change #NewsTracker #Water Wars #Pope #Pope Francis #slaves
Preview: Storm on climate change awaits pope's environment letter| Reuters

Jun 14, 2015

Preview: Storm on climate change awaits pope's environment letter| Reuters

VATICAN CITY Pope Francis will call on all people to be "stewards of creation" and address the hot-button topic of climate change on Thursday in the most feverishly awaited papal encyclical in decades. By making environmental protection a moral imperative, his intervention could spur the world's 1.2 billion Catholics to lobby policymakers on ecology issues. Francis has already used his two-year-old papacy to lead in areas such as the resumption of diplomatic ties between Cuba and the United States, a deal the Vatican brokered. #Economy #United States #Technology #climate change #markets #Argentina #Entertainment
India playing pro-active role in dealing with climate change: Javadekar

Jun 08, 2015

India playing pro-active role in dealing with climate change: Javadekar

India is playing a pro-active role in coordinating the developing world ahead of UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris in December, and has set an example for the developed world by taking pre-2020 emission reduction actions, the government said on Monday. #World #Environment #NewsTracker #Paris #UN Climate Change conference #COP21
NGOs push for GM Crops, demand govt to act fast on genetic engineering in agriculture

Jun 04, 2015

NGOs push for GM Crops, demand govt to act fast on genetic engineering in agriculture

Pitching for GM crops for combating challenges of climate change, Confederation of NGOs of Rural India (CNRI) on Thursday demanded that the government act fast on allowing genetically engineering (GE) technology in crops other than cotton. #Rajasthan #India #climate change #NewsTracker #Agriculture #bIhar #NGO #Genetic engineering #GM Crops #CNRI
Bonn U.N. talks seek to trim unwieldy climate change plan| Reuters

May 31, 2015

Bonn U.N. talks seek to trim unwieldy climate change plan| Reuters

OSLO Governments will try on Monday to streamline an 89-page draft text of a U.N. deal to fight climate change due to be agreed in Paris in December, hoping to avoid the acrimony of the last failed attempt #Business #Economy #Sports #United States #Technology #climate change #Middle East #Entertainment #Mexico #opinion #lifestyle
World has no choice but to decarbonise - U.N. climate chief | Reuters

May 26, 2015

World has no choice but to decarbonise - U.N. climate chief | Reuters

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Responding to climate change in the next 15 years is the world's "mega development project", given the need to invest trillions of dollars in infrastructure, creating jobs and economic stability, the United Nations' top climate change official said on Tuesday. "It makes fundamental economic sense" for countries to push forward on tackling climate change because of the benefits it will bring in terms of food, water and energy, as well as employment," Christiana Figueres told a carbon market conference in Barcelona. #Economy #United States #China #climate change #South Africa #Africa #United Kingdom #Mexico
India raises concerns over commitment on $100 bn climate fund

May 19, 2015

India raises concerns over commitment on $100 bn climate fund

On investment towards adaptation measures, the minister said that public resources have to address the concerns of adaptions as private companies in developing countries are not coming forward to invest. #climate change #NewsTracker #greenhouse gas emissions #Prakash Javadekar #Intended Nationally Determined Contributions #Global Climate Fund
Image management 101: Decoding PM Narendra Modi's Time interview

May 09, 2015

Image management 101: Decoding PM Narendra Modi's Time interview

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's interview to Time Magazine shows that he has learned a few things in the past year. Here's an analysis of the interview. #Politics #World #Economy #United States #India #Gujarat #Narendra Modi #climate change #Russia #Time magazine #minorities #Modi on Time magazine
U.S. Navy might accompany other nations' ships in Strait of Hormuz | Reuters

May 01, 2015

U.S. Navy might accompany other nations' ships in Strait of Hormuz | Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. military signaled on Friday it may allow warships to accompany other nations' vessels through the Strait of Hormuz, after Iran's seizure of a container ship this week prompted the Navy to start accompanying U.S.-flagged vessels. #Economy #India #climate change #Africa #United Kingdom #Copyright #Latin America #Mexico #opinion #lifestyle