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Helen Clark: Opening Speech at World Humanitarian Summit Pacific Consultations

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undp.org - I am delighted to address this Pacific regional consultation for the World Humanitarian Summit. I commend the WHS Secretariat, OCHA, the Governments of New Zealand and Australia, and all other part...

Offshore Oil Rig Arrives In Pacific Northwest

hautlife.com - Just days after the Port of Vancouver, BC, Canada, started cleanup of a bulk fuel spill in the harbor, an offshore oil drilling rig arrives off the Port of Angeles, Washington. The 400-foot-long dr...

Carbon capture goes down the tubes

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eco-business.com - Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is backed by governments and the International Energy Agency (IEA) as one of the best methods of reducing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere and saving the pla...

Singapore looks to stabilise emissions in 2030

todayonline.com - SINGAPORE — Stepping up its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Singapore submitted its intended pledge today (July 3) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) ...

UNDP and Australia discuss partnership for resilience in the Pacific - News - Professional Resources - PreventionWeb.net

preventionweb.net - Meeting between the Hon Julie Bishop, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Helen Clark, UNDP Administrator. The Hon. Julie Bishop, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Helen Clark, ...

PNG follows EU out of group

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thenational.com.pg -  PAPUA New Guinea has withdrawn its participation and engagement with Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) group discussions within Pacific island states, Trade, Commerce and Industry Minister Rich...

French Islands To Get Battery Storage

cleantechnica.com - France is soliciting bids from private companies to provide up to 50 megawatts of battery storage for its islands and offshore territories in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans, and for Corsi...

Pacific Island Nations threaten legal action against major climate polluters : Indybay

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indybay.org - Photos Copyright Steven Lyon / Greenpeace. Used with permission. Developed nations and corporations that have contributed substantially to greenhouse gases and carbon pollution enhancing climate ch...

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