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Global new clean energy investment totaled $282 billion last year: Research

Global investment in new clean energy capacity rose 1% last year to $282.2 billion, research by UNEP, Bloomberg New Energy Finance and the Frankfurt School-UNEP Collaborating Centre shows.

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Global CO2 emissions from power sector fell 2% last year: Study
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Global CO2 emissions from power sector fell 2% last year: Study

Global carbon dioxide emissions from the power sector fell by 2% last year, the biggest fall since at least 1990, owing to reduced coal usage in Europe and the United States, a study showed on Monday.

What's at stake at this year's U.N. climate talks?
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What's at stake at this year's U.N. climate talks?

Representatives from nearly 200 countries meet in Madrid from Dec. 2-13 to flesh out rules for implementing the landmark Paris Agreement on climate change.

Under pressure: Governments urged to energize climate talks
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Under pressure: Governments urged to energize climate talks

Governments face a struggle at a United Nations summit in Spain next week to inject momentum into efforts to curb global warming, dogged by lack of consensus, U.S. scepticism and disruptive protests demanding more action.

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UN modernizes guidance for greenhouse emission estimates
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UN modernizes guidance for greenhouse emission estimates

A United Nations climate change panel updated on Monday guidelines for governments to estimate greenhouse gas emissions so the most up-to-date scientific research is included.

Ministers work around the clock to strengthen global climate deal
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Ministers work around the clock to strengthen global climate deal

Ministers are working around the clock to complete and strengthen the rules for making a landmark agreement to combat climate change operational.

Carbon emissions from rich nations set to rise in 2018: IEA

Carbon emissions from rich nations set to rise in 2018: IEA

Carbon dioxide emissions from the world's advanced economies are set to rise slightly in 2018, breaking a five-year decline, mainly due to higher oil and natural gas use, the International Energy Agency says.

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