User: Genecampaign Topic: Climate Change
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Obama: No quick end to embargo on Cuba 20.12.2014 TOI: The United States
President Barack Obama said Friday he doesn't expect the reopening of diplomatic relations with Cuba to bring overnight change on the island, a quick end to the US economic embargo or the likelihood that he will soon visit the communist ...
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Obama declares 2014 'a breakthrough year for America' 20.12.2014 TOI: The United States
President Barack Obama said Friday that 2014 has been "a breakthrough year for America," putting aside the fits and starts of the past 12 months to focus on achievements on the economy and other areas and the prospect of compromise with his political foes who are taking control of ...
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Why high growth is no panacea 17.12.2014 Rediff: Business
When industrial output and inflation fall simultaneously, though it is both a piece of good and bad news, taken together they can signal clear signs of an economic slowdown.
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Why high growth is no panacea 17.12.2014 Rediff: Columns
When industrial output and inflation fall simultaneously, though it is both a piece of good and bad news, taken together they can signal clear signs of an economic slowdown.
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India-US climate talks to focus on clean energy, tech R&D 17.12.2014 ET: Policy
Modi and Obama are also expected to take forward their discussion on a Clean Energy Finance Forum to promote investment and trade in clean energy projects.
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India claims victory at Lima climate meet 17.12.2014 ET: Policy
“It gives enough space for the developing world to grow and take appropriate nationally determined steps,” Prakash Javadekar said.
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India Green IT & sustainability spend to reach $34 billion: Gartner 15.12.2014 ET: IETS
India's spending on green IT & sustainability initiatives is expected to reach $34 bn in 2014, growing 14.1% over last yr, research firm Gartner said.
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What kind of climate deal will we get in Lima? – podcast transcript 15.12.2014 Guardian: Environment

With the stakes higher than ever for a climate deal at talks in Peru next week, we talk to some of the key players in Lima

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Database of Water Resources 15.12.2014 Govt of india: PIB
Database of Water Resources
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Climate talks pledge to cut carbon emissions 15.12.2014 The Assam Tribune
Climate talks pledge to cut carbon emissions
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Climate talks postpone'big fight' 15.12.2014 Telegraph: Nation
India expressed its satisfaction today with the outcome of the UN climate change talks in Lima, Peru, but environmental groups have warned that disagreements and uncertainty there have merely pushed forward a "big fight" to Paris next year.
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New climate deal addressed demands of developing nations: India 14.12.2014 Rediff: Business
India on Sunday hailed the outcome of the climate summit, saying the deal reached has addressed the concerns of the developing countries and given them enough space to grow and take appropriate nationally determined steps to combat global warming.
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Lima climate talks on brink of collapse, extended by 24 hours 14.12.2014 Sify Finance
After the climate change negotiations in Lima spiralled to the brink of a collapse in the wee hours of Saturday morning (Peru time), they were extended by at least a day. A third iteration of the
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India, China support trilateral dialogue with US 13.12.2014 TOI: India
India and China today supported the idea of a trilateral dialogue involving them and the US to deal with major global challenges and ensure better mutual ...
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Lima climate summit extended as poor countries demand more from rich 13.12.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Talks stumble amid rising frustration over ‘ridiculously low’ cash commitments offered by rich nations to help pay for emissions cuts

Climate talks in Lima ran into extra time amid rising frustration from developing countries at the “ridiculously low” commitments from rich countries to help pay for cuts in greenhouse gas emissions.

The talks – originally scheduled to wrap up at 12pm after 10 days – are now expected to run well into Saturday , as negotiators huddle over a new draft text many glimpsed for the first time only morning.

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No funds for climate change: Rich nations tell India, China 12.12.2014 Rediff: Business
Developed nations have refused financial support for climate change to India, China and Brazil.
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No road map for finance before 2019, say developed countries 12.12.2014 Sify Finance
Developed countries do not wish to provide a road map before 2019 for their financial commitments to fight climate change. But at the Lima talks they have demanded that the linked actions of
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Farm production in Himalayan states affected due to climate 11.12.2014 ET: Agriculture
Policy makers from Himalayan states sought immediate attention of govt to address issues related to global warming in ecologically-sensitive region.
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Unchecked drug-resistant superbugs can kill 10m per yr, cost $100 trillion by 2050 11.12.2014 Sify News
A new study has revealed that unchecked drug-resistant superbugs can kill 10 million a year and cost the global economy up to 100 trillion dollars by 2050.
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No China-style climate deal in works for India: US 11.12.2014 Rediff: Business
China is the top greenhouse gas emitter, ahead of the United States, the European Union and India.
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