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It will need fundamental change to keep global warming within 1.5 degrees, but not doing so will cost much more, warns Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
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According several studies, the only way the world can fulfill its pledges to limit global warming is using carbon capture technology. However, this technology is yet to be developed.
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Out of Colombia’s eight most critical deforestation hotspots, three are located on the outline of the Marginal Road that seeks to connect the 381 kilometers from San Jose del Guaviare to San Vicente del Caguan.
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At Internews’ Earth Journalism Network, our approach to boosting environmental reporting has always been to work closely with our partners on the

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China's draft economic plan for the next five years contains new targets that will need to be met if the country is to solve its environmental crises, reports Liu Qin
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Fifteen species of vultures IUCN 12th Session of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals or CMS COP12 SAVE (Saving Asia's Vultures from Extinction) Programme
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El informe, presentado en el Congreso Mundial de la Naturaleza de la UICN, que se celebra en Hawai

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After 13 days of negotiations, document the 21th UN Climate Conference is "legally binding" and proposed $ 100 billion a year to limit temperature to 1.5 ° C
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Seven days into the negotiations, progress has been made in including an option of holding temperature increases below the scientific advice of 2°C, however the inclusion or {exclusion} of a reference to loss and damages and explicit reference to financial support for developing countries by 2020 remains a highly politicised issue.
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Seven days into the negotiations, progress has been made in including an option of holding temperature increases below the scientific advice of 2°C, however the inclusion or {exclusion} of a reference to loss and damages and explicit reference to financial support for developing countries by 2020 remains a highly politicised issue.
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2 degree celsius or 1.5 to stay alive ? Debates as to what is the safest temperature limit above which climate change becomes dangerous is one of the hottest topics for debate at the 21st Conference of Parties in Pars France. Small island developing states contend it should be 1.5 or the Caribbean region as to we know it could disappear. Sarah Peter is in Paris France at the 21st Conference of Parties and filed this report. ==============
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2 degree celsius or 1.5 to stay alive ? Debates as to what is the safest temperature limit above which climate change becomes dangerous is one of the hottest topics for debate at the 21st Conference of Parties in Pars France. Small island developing states contend it should be 1.5 or the Caribbean region as to we know it could disappear. Sarah Peter is in Paris France at the 21st Conference of Parties and filed this report. ==============
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