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12:22
12:22

Pope Francis Calls For Urgent Action on Global Warming 1

Pope Francis is imploring people of goodwill everywhere to honor our moral obligation to protect future generations from the dangers of further climate chaos by embracing our ethical duty to act.
16:15
16:15

600 Million Africans Lack Electricity - Annan Panel 3

Can the world prevent catastrophic climate change while building the energy systems needed to sustain growth, create jobs and lift millions of people out of poverty?
13:33
13:33

Uganda to Benefit from Ugx320billion Food Security Fund livelihoods 1

Uganda is among the countries slated to benefit from over three hundred and twenty billion shillings for food security in selected African countries.
20:14
20:14

Europe\'s Oil Giants Push for Carbon Pricing carbon emissions 1

The companies, which in the past have been criticized for not doing enough to tackle climate change or reduce greenhouse gas emissions, acknowledged that the current trend in greenhouse gas emissions is too high to meet the United Nation\'s target for limiting global warming by no more than 2 degrees.
17:48
17:48

Paris Climate Agreement Negotiations Gets Underway in Bonn climate adaptation 1

Work on the text of the Paris 2015 universal climate agreement will continue when climate experts, civil society and environment ministers meet in Bonn Germany.
17:14
17:14

WHO Faults Tobacco Industry on Counterfeit Tobacco 1

The World Health Organization says one in every ten cigarettes consumed is illicit, making them cheaper and more accessible to unsuspecting smokers around the world.
11:58
11:58

EU Submits its Climate Action Plan ahead of Paris 2015 climate change

The European Union (EU) today submitted its new climate action plan to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
13:54
13:54

Governments on Track to Reaching Paris 2015 Universal Climate Agreement . environment 1 2

Another key step towards a new, universal climate change agreement has just been taken as the negotiating text for the agreement was officially issued by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
20:53
20:53

New Round of Climate Change talks Open in Geneva temprature rising 1

Countries begin their next round of UN climate change talks on Sunday, in Geneva. During the five days of the meeting , country negotiators will scrutinize a draft text of a new, universal climate change agreement which they are due to conclude at the end of this year.
15:52
15:52

Renewable Power Costs Plummet now cheaper than Fossil Fuels. solar energy 1 2

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) revealed in a new report that biomass, hydropower, geothermal and onshore wind are all competitive with or cheaper than coal, oil and gas-fired power stations.
15:28
15:28

Countries Urged to Keep Their Oil in the Ground - Study temprature rising 1 1

A new report says the world government should not exploit oil and gas resources still under ground if they are to limit temperature rise to desired levels.
08:29
08:29

Africa civil society protest as UN Climate talks go extra time. green climate fund 2 2

African Environmental groups at the Climate Change conference in Peruvian city Lima have demonstrated against failure by governments to agree on what should be included in a new climate change agreement.
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23:01

Divisions at the UN Climate talks reach Climax in Peru climate change unit 2 2

The climate change talks in Lima, Peru entered a final and crucial moment amidst division between developed and developing countries over a new climate protection deal in Paris next year.
09:02
09:02

Developed Countries Must Pay for Global Warming-Byanyima oxfam international 2 1 Top story

In an interview Byanyima says poor countries should not be made to foot the cost of adaptation when the problem they are trying to respond to was largely caused by the Developed countries.
07:19
07:19

Experts Say Mountains Most Threatened by Climatic Changes rwenzori

The experts in a message to mark World Mountains Day marked on 11th December say many glaciers around the mountains are retreating under influence of rising temperatures, making them key indicators of climate change.
07:17
07:17

Mountains most threatened by Climatic changes say experts. 2 2

The experts in a message to mark World Mountains Day marked on 11th December say many glaciers around the mountains are retreating under influence of rising temperatures, making them key indicators of climate change.
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Forests key to protecting economic growth, social progress says Kamuntu unfcc 2 2

Kamuntu said much as Uganda has embraced initiatives like REDD+, it is faced with a dilemma given that close to 90 percent of Ugandans who depend on fuel wood for energy and forests for farming, fishing and health.
18:07
18:07

The UN clean development mechanism in dire need of rescue. solar panels 2 2

Prices of carbon have fallen to 0.30 cents of a dollar at the time when many more carbon projects were being certified in developing countries including Uganda.
10:05
10:05

Uganda's Geothermal Power Dream Gets UN Boost geothermal energy 2 2 Top story

Officials from the Climate Technology Centre Network (CTCN) confirmed that Uganda's Ministry of Energy asked for technical support over the potential of beginning geothermal power generation in areas of Buranga, Kibiro and Panyimur.
09:49
09:49

Buddhist Foundation Turns Plastic Bottles into Cloth unfcc 1 2

The blankets look so soft like pure cotton to the extent that it may not be easy to imagine they were made from the dirty bottles that are normally littered at waste bins, water tunnels, rivers and lakes in Uganda. Hanford Lin, a Project Analyst with the Foundation, says volunteers are used to collect the bottles that are later cleaned and cut into small pallets ready to be turned into polyester for blankets and jerseys.
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