This week in climate news - 1 December 2013
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The Philippines said Sunday it will plant more mangrove areas to prevent a repeat of the deadly storm surges that claimed hundreds of lives during Super Typhoon Haiyan earlier this month. »
The U.N. climate talks in Warsaw ended in dramatic fashion Saturday evening in what looked like a schoolyard fight with a mob of dark-suited supporters packed around the weary combatants, Todd Stern of the United States and Sai Navoti of Fiji representing G77 nations. It took two weeks and 36 straight hours of negotiations to […]. »
Disappointed by lack of progress in Warsaw, Peter Altmaier demands concrete action from bigger industrialised nations. The US and China need to put their rhetoric on climate change into practice, the German environment minister Peter Altmaier said on Monday after United Nations climate change negotiations in Warsaw failed to reach agreement in key areas. »
China's commercial hub Shanghai began carbon emissions trading on Tuesday, as the nation which is the world's biggest carbon emitter expands a pilot scheme. »
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