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Amazon in peril as Brazil cools on climate

12 December, 2018 − The man who will become Brazil’s president next month is cold-shouldering moves to tame the pace of climate change, leaving the Amazon in peril.

Climate treaty plan urged to cut warming

3 December, 2018 − To inject some urgency into efforts to slow planetary warming, scientists, politicians and citizens are mulling how far a climate treaty plan could help.

Tripled climate cuts needed to fulfil pledge

28 November, 2018 − The gap between the world’s greenhouse gas emissions and countries’ planned reductions is growing, and only tripled climate cuts can reduce global warming enough, researchers say.

Boost planned for global climate treaty

1 May, 2018 – The future of the global climate treaty could hang on the outcome of talks under way in Germany aimed at turning its promises into action.

The devil’s in the COP 23 detail

21 November, 2017 – For a probably final look at the UN climate conference in Bonn, a Canadian writer explains what the COP 23 detail means.

Bonn climate talks tread a fine line

18 November, 2017 – The Bonn climate talks end after two weeks of preparation for the crucial round next year to agree more stringent action.

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