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Chloé Farand
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Chloé Farand 11h
Much of western Africa, Ethiopia, and parts of Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of the Congo are the hardest hit regions, standing to lose more than 40% of their richness of plants.
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Damien Gayle Nov 20
New report by documents 521 alleged abuses of power during last month's protests, including targeting of disabled protesters, excessive force and gendered violence.
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Chloé Farand Nov 20
What is being built in China is single-handedly turning what would be the beginning of the decline of coal, into the continued growth of coal."
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Frans Timmermans Nov 20
After talking to MEPs this morning about the I talked to this committed group of young people and promised them that fighting the climate crisis will be our number one priority in the new
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Chloé Farand Nov 20
Countries are on track to produce more than twice as much oil, gas and coal by 2030 than the world can burn to limit global temperature rise to 1.5C, according to report.
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Chloé Farand Nov 19
In 2019, a quickfire "yes-no" question about climate change is appalling.
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Chloé Farand Nov 19
Is that it about climate change?
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Climate Home News Nov 19
NEW | EU 2020 budget boosts climate action spending By :
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WRI Restoration Nov 18
Côte d'Ivoire, the world's biggest cocoa producer and a major coffee exporter, plans to reforest eight million hectares by 2045.
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Chloé Farand Nov 18
The IEA is under more pressure to overhaul its World Energy Outlook and develop fully transparent scenarios to show how the world could fully achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. My story on the IEA's exploration of 1.5C 👉
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Chloé Farand Nov 18
Hello, I'm trying to get in touch with you about Cop25. What's the best way to connect. Could you follow me back? Thanks a lot, C.
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Chloé Farand Nov 18
Hi Emma, I'd like to get in touch with you to talk about Cop25 and participation from South America. Are you able to follow me back? Thanks, C.
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Joe Sandler Clarke Nov 15
As people across England brace themselves for more rain, and I have found that thousands of homes are scheduled to be built in high-risk flood areas across the country
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Patrick Galey Nov 15
Madrid, which generously stepped in to host , will be offering significant tax breaks to the conference sponsors, according to this report (ES) Names not yet announced but many recent sponsors have been behemoths
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Chloé Farand Nov 15
The EIB has become the first multilateral bank to pledge to end lending to unabated natural gas projects after months of negotiations. EIB president Werner Hoyer hails the decisions “a quantum leap in its ambition”.
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Mina Andreeva Nov 14
🇪🇺🇬🇧 launches infringement proceedings against the UK following its failure to name a candidate for EU Commissioner. 👇
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Chloé Farand Nov 14
The Green Climate Fund has accredited a Chilean private equity firm specialised in wealth management and high-end real estate to pitch project proposals. The subsidiary of an Indian bank that nearly collapsed last year has also been accredited.
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Joe Thwaites Nov 13
Just announced: Indonesia 🇮🇩 has pledged $500,000 to 's replenishment, doubling what it pledged in 2014. It's the second developing country to pledge to the replenishment. Terima kasih !
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Chloé Farand Nov 13
Hi Brandon, Would you be able to follow me back to chat about the GCF? Thanks! C.
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Chloé Farand Nov 13
The IEA has briefly explored what it would take to limit warming to 1.5C. Its scenario would see the world reach net zero by 2070 and remove carbon from the air thereafter to meet the target - something observers say is not compatible with long-term sustainable development needs.
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