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2 degrees 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. St Lucia and 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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Emissions of greenhouse gases rising for the first time in 3 years have created extra urgency for the implementation of the Paris climate agreement. Even then, the targets that were set in Paris two years ago will still not be enough to achieve the 1.5 degree cap on increases in global temperatures, which will reduce the effects of climate change globally. While most world leaders gathered in Bonn, Germany realize the challenge, tangible plans on how to solve the crisis remain elusive at the talks.
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Internews’ Earth Journalism Network is offering reporting grants to support the production of in-depth stories that highlight previously untold threats to global biodiversity or explore new conservation-based solutions.
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2016 might even be hotter than the record-breaking temperatures in 2015. Preliminary data shows that this year’s global temperatures are approximately 1.2° Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
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The World Meteorological Organization said the global temperature is set to break a new record in 2016.
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Internews’ Earth Journalism Network is offering a second round of reporting grants to support the production of in-depth stories that highlight previously untold threats to global biodiversity or explore new conservation-based solutions.
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Next year promises to be an exciting one for Internews’ Earth Journalism Network, and perhaps our busiest one ever as we begin several intriguing new

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After a week negotiations at Paris climate talks, nearly 200 counties released a 21-page draft agreement. Questions remain as developed and developing counties hold different positions on issues such as financing the transition to cleaner energy and transparency of emission reporting requirements.
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28.5 million USD funds through debt transfer schemes prepared for tropical forest conservation program in Borneo
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Costa Rica is one of the vulnerable countries that has received the maximum of $10 million from the Adaptation Fund to support projects in critical sectors such as water, agriculture and coastal management.
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In the small village of the Pidlisan tribe in Sagada, northern Philippines, the mountains and the skies have long served as the traditional farming calendar. But these age-old practices are being disrupted by global warming. Go deep into the heart of this village with this 360 video and see how the Pidlisan tribe is responding.
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At Marrakech climate summit, developing and developed nations forge new partnership
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