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Africa needs to assert itself at the UN climate talks, especially to source money to help its farmers adapt to a changing climate. This was the message from African scientists and policymakers, who met in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, in
Leading into what has now been called an unsatisfactory summit, predictions suggested the talks could collapse because of a lack of financial support from rich nations. Delegates from developing countries, such as Ecuador's lead negotiator Daniel
The key expectations out of the recently concluded Warsaw climate talks were three-fold. One, to agree on a timeline towards the 2015 agreement and a draft negotiating text to that effect; two, to institutionalise a mechanism on loss and damage
Fraught UN climate talks revealed growing frustration this week among vulnerable nations and observers with the political stance of emerging economies like China and India in the battle to stave off dangerous Earth warming. As the global balance of
Poland (AP) Avoiding a last-minute breakdown, annual U.N. climate talks limped forward Saturday with a modest set of decisions meant to pave the way for a new pact to fight global warming. More than 190 countries agreed in Warsaw to start preparing "
52am Yolanda survivors begin picking up pieces . Stuffed toys muddied by floodwater and debris are left to dry under the sun after being washed along a road in Quinapundan, Eastern Samar on Tuesday, November 19.
Planting trees to prevent rape takes African youth to climate talks in Warsaw One young Ugandan man's actions to prevent his mother and sisters from being raped have awarded him a voice at international climate talks in Warsaw. Otim Joseph, a 29-year-
Coal fires green anger at UN climate talks Environment correspondent, BBC News Poland says the country's economy depends on continuing to use coal Environmental groups have sharply criticised the Polish government for hosting a coal industry meeting
COP19, Korolec hinted that the coal conference could be helpful for other coal-reliant countries in the developing world. "As far as I know, the conference is dedicated to mobilizing new technologies and research and development," Korolec, who
Meteorologists have yet to formally link global warming to typhoons like the one that devastated the Philippines, but they expect increasingly extreme weather phenomena due to a rise in ocean temperatures. The trail of death and destruction left in