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The agreement is “balanced”, says Fahmy
After negotiations on a global climate agreement hit a wall early on Friday morning, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, presiding over the event, postponed the release of a new text to Saturday
How do journalists know that crunch time really has started COP21? Toilets get closed off at short notice and negotiators start looking pretty beat. DW reporter Andrea Rönsberg lets you in on a few more giveaways
One of the things we are hearing more and more about here in Paris is so-called “climate aid”. There has been a huge push from climate NGOs to convince rich countries to spend a fortune to help poor countries adjust to global warming. This term is a catch-all for money being given from rich countries …
150 countries attend climate change talks in Paris to reach common agreement
The Egyptian president will deliver a speech on the behalf of African countries to express their support for achieving an agreement on climate change
Five more died due to nationwide heat wave
US President Obama has released a video highlighting the problems of climate change as he prepares to unveil a major plan to fight global warming. Opponents have said they will immediately contest the plan in court.
By James Moran, EU Ambassador in Egypt Climate action day was on 17 June. Voltaire said “Men argue. Nature acts.” When it comes to climate change, now more than ever we need to take a leaf out of nature’s book and act together. The international community is working for a new global climate deal in …
Hundreds of Egyptian journalists reject recent pledge by major newspaper editors to support government’s rhetoric
British PM urges Al-Sisi to “ensure human rights are respected in Egypt in the fight against extremism”
By Eng. Hisham Farouk Mostafa In 2001, the German government greeted delegates from all over the world to Bonn in the first conference discussing climate change and the diminishing of conventional energy sources. A series of summits have since been held globally and based on the Kyoto protocol, signed in 1997. That human activity is the …
Temperature rises would sharply raise risks to food and water supplies and could trigger irreversible damage
The report is the second chapter of the fifth assessment by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), set up in 1988 to provide neutral, science-based guidance to governments.