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World getting closer to passing 1.5-degree Celsius warming limit, says UN report
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World getting closer to passing 1.5-degree Celsius warming limit, says UN report

The latest report was the UN's annual update on “climate disruption” caused by the burning of coal, oil and gas

If steps to fight global warming are put on the backburner, Paris accord could die: Japan Env Minister
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If steps to fight global warming are put on the backburner, Paris accord could die: Japan Env Minister

Under the 2015 Paris accord, nearly 200 nations agreed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in a bid to prevent catastrophic planetary warming.

China is both the largest coal consumer and the largest clean energy market in the world
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China is both the largest coal consumer and the largest clean energy market in the world

In the past three years, China's carbon emissions have begun to rise and emissions from fossil fuels and concrete production rose by 4 percent,

COP25 Madrid: UN report findings bleak; emissions must be down by 7.6% annually to stay within safe limits
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COP25 Madrid: UN report findings bleak; emissions must be down by 7.6% annually to stay within safe limits

“What the Emissions Gap Report does is take away any remaining plausible deniability that the current trajectory is not good enough.”

WEF's 2020 Davos meeting to focus on cohesive, sustainable world; 50th meeting to focus on stakeholder capitalism
Business

WEF's 2020 Davos meeting to focus on cohesive, sustainable world; 50th meeting to focus on stakeholder capitalism

While the names of the participants would be known by next month, the WEF announced on Thursday that the theme of its 50th Davos summit would be "Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World".

COP24: Protesters march demanding governments to take action to curb global warming
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COP24: Protesters march demanding governments to take action to curb global warming

The people demanding that their governments take tougher action to curb global warming.