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On Friday, French and British premiers Nicolas Sarkozy and Gordon Brown gave their thumbs up to a global program that would provide the worldâ€™s poorest nations with billions of dollars in aid to help them reduce their carbon emissions.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco will speak to journalists at a National Press Club Speakers Series luncheon in Washington, D.C., on Monday, Nov. 30.
With the burden of his own promises weighing heavily on his shoulders, President Barack Obama will soon be on his way the UN climate conference in Copenhagen in little more than a week.
CEOs from Nation's Leading Electric Utilities, Consumer Giants, Manufacturers and Clean Energy Companies Applaud Administration's Announcement and Commitment to Lay the Foundation for a New, Clean Energy Future WASHINGTON, Nov.
Industrialized nations had a one-percent rise in carbon emissions in 2007, which is a point of concern as the December climate summit in Copenhagen approaches.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown warned on Monday that world leaders must place priority on meeting at this yearâ€™s climate summit in Denmark in order to avoid a "catastrophe of unchecked climate change."
PARIS, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Kofi A.
Delegates at UN climate talks in Bangkok on Tuesday were urged to include plans to reward nations for saving their forests in any deal on global warming.
US delegates taking part in part in UN climate change talks in Bangkok this week are casting anxious eyes toward Capitol Hill as they wait for signs of the fate of a bill aimed at capping carbon emissions.
The issue of who will provide funding to assist developing nations in reducing carbon emissions has emerged as a significant challenge during a five-day UN climate meeting concluding Friday in Bonn.
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