This week in climate news - 26 July 2015
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Joint letter by 24 scientific, medical and engineering bodies say mitigation will also bring economic and health benefits An unprecedented coalition of the UK’s most eminent scientific, medical and engineering bodies says immediate action must be taken by governments to avert the worst impacts of climate change. »
Foreign and environment ministers and other high-level officials from 45 countries are set to gather in Paris Monday seeking to re-energise climate talks mired in technical details and political squabbling. »
De Blasio among several US mayors at Vatican climate change summitMayor says papal encyclical ‘is not a call to arms, it is a call to sanity’ Bill de Blasio, the mayor of New York City, has pledged to reduce his city’s carbon footprint by 40% by 2030 in a speech in which he praised Pope Francis – who he called the “highest moral authority” – for calling on the world to take bold... »
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