From Marrakech, hope for climate change
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Last Friday, November 18, the 22nd session of the Conference of Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change closed in Marrakech, Morocco. Two weeks of intense negotiations produced credible outcomes that bring hope for addressing climate change. Marrakech built on the goodwill from COP 21 last December 2015 when 195 countries adopted the Paris Agreement. That agreement came into force last November 3 on the eve of COP 22.
La Viña, T. (2016, November 22). From Marrakech, hope for climate change. Manila Standard, pp. A4, A5
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Conferences; Climatic changes; Agreements; Endemism; Biodiversity; Species; Renewable resources; Food security; Financing; Technology; Sustainable development; Developing countries; Poverty alleviation; Agriculture; Environmental protection; Environmental restoration; United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change; Lopez, Gina; Cruzada, Evelyn; Trump, Donald; Duterte, Rodrigo
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