global warming

Business Outlook: Sustainable Energy Finance

Sustainable energy finance is an untapped potential in the MENA region By Mouayed Makhlouf For the people of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), climate change isn’t some abstract concept. It’s happening now. Drought, rising temperature, and dwindling water supplies have already begun to affect the region and, as global temperatures continue to rise, things are

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Trump Keeping ‘Open Mind’ on Pulling Out of Climate Accord

By Roberta Rampton NEW YORK, Nov 23 – U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said on Tuesday he was keeping an open mind on whether to pull out of a landmark international accord to fight climate change, in a softening of his stance toward global warming. Trump told the New York Times in an interview that he

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U.N. Panel to Study a Cap on Global Warming That May Be Out of Reach

By Alister Doyle and Nina Chestney OSLO/LONDON, April 11 – Top climate scientists will launch a study this week of how hard it would be to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 Fahrenheit), although many of them fear it might be too late to reach that level. The world’s average surface temperatures reached

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Can Imams Drive Action on Climate Change in Pakistan?

By Saleem Shaikh ISLAMABAD, March 31 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Imams and other religious leaders are an under-used means of pushing action to combat climate change, experts and religious scholars say. Religious leaders have the moral standing to call on people and businesses to consider the environmental impact of their activities and take a bigger

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