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As negotiators from nearly 200 nations seek to hammer out a global agreement on climate change, Yvo de Boer worries that it may not be enough to boost clean energy investment and hold off dangerous levels of warming.
Several analyses show that current carbon reduction pledges made by the world's governments are inadequate for keeping global temperature rise within 2 degrees Celsius above pre-Industrial Age levels.
An analysis of greenhouse gas reduction pledges shows that a lot more needs to be done to hold off a dangerous level of global warming.
A decade ago, public health advocates successfully isolated tobacco companies from UN negotiations about regulating the industry — and now climate activists are trying to do the same with fossil fuel companies.
UK economist Lord Nicholas Stern says world leaders see economic prosperity and efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions as antithetical — and that's a mistake.
The government announced on Friday a plan to cut emissions by 30 percent below 2005 levels by 2030.
World leaders will meet in Paris later this year to hammer out a deal on cutting carbon pollution — an effort compatible with economic growth, says UN climate agency head.
As part of UN climate negotiations, President Obama committed the US to cutting greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 28 percent by 2025 compared to 2005 levels.
Ahead of UN climate change talks in Paris at the end of the year, the Obama administration has submitted a plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions by up to 28 percent by 2025 compared to 2005 levels.
After days of discord, negotiators from nearly 200 nations approve a framework for cutting greenhouse gas emissions that will be approved next year in Paris.