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2009-03-27 13:13:23

The recession may slow proceedings of President Barack Obama's negotiators at the UN climate talks on Sunday, Reuters reported.

2009-02-27 16:00:00

European Union Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas said on Friday that the world faces its final opportunity to reach an agreement to combat global climate change during an upcoming UN-led meeting in Copenhagen in December.

2009-02-22 10:00:00

As more nations fall under increasing pressure to reduce their carbon emissions, Singapore’s climate envoy said Saturday that small, affluent island nations should not be judged solely on their wealth and emissions.

2009-01-30 12:10:00

World leaders convened in Denmark on Friday to discuss revolutionary cuts in greenhouse gas emissions during the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum.

2009-01-15 13:46:43

The transport sector is facing strong pressure to launch aggressive initiatives aimed at drastically reducing carbon dioxide emissions, which contribute to global warming.

2008-12-13 12:25:40

Industrialized European nations haven't set carbon emission levels low enough to end global warming, say environmentalists at a U.N. conference. The U.N.

2008-12-13 08:10:00

In a speech met by thunderous applause, former Vice President Al Gore spoke at a UN climate change conference in Poznan on Friday, warning leaders that they must welcome stricter targets on greenhouse gas emissions if they wish to prevent devastating climate change.

2008-12-12 13:52:00

POZNAN, Poland, Dec.

2008-12-12 08:25:16

According to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the world must agree to a “Green New Deal” to fix its climate and economic woes.

2008-12-12 04:26:00

POZNAN, Poland, December 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Yesterday at the Climate summit in Poznan, the Swedish government announced that it will provide USD 500 million to help developing countries to prepare, plan for and cope with the effects of climate change.

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