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Plus De Money Pour Le Climat

Plus de "cash" pour le climat. Le Premier ministre britannique Boris Johnson a appelé, vendredi 12 novembre, les pays riches à "mettre l'argent sur la table" pour arracher un accord à la COP26, capitale pour lutter contre le réchauffement, alors que d'âpres tractations se poursuivaient sur l'aide aux pays pauvres et les énergies fossiles. Tôt dans la matinée, la présidence britannique de cette conférence sur le climat a publié un nouveau projet de déclaration finale, mais la session plénière de l'après-midi a mis en lumière les divergences toujours importantes parmi les quelque 200 pays signataires de l'accord de Paris en 2016. Un échec à cette COP jugée cruciale pour l'avenir de l'humanité mettrait encore un peu plus en hazard l'objectif de l'accord de Paris de limiter le réchauffement de la planète à "bien en deçà" de +2 °C par rapport à l'ère pré-industrielle, si potential +1,5 °C. Le monde se dirige toujours v

Radiografía Del Conflicto Mapuche En La Patagonia Argentina: ¿cuál Es Su Verdadera Dimensión?

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La cordillera de la provincia de Río Negro, situada a 1.500 kilómetros de Buenos Aires, fue epicentro en el último mes de tres ataques incendiarios intencionales y una nueva reivindicación mapuche en tierras privadas donde se realizaba una explotación forestal. El eje del conflicto se ubica en Bariloche y El Bolsón, dos ciudades con privilegiados paisajes, grandes reservorios de agua dulce y de bosques nativos, y donde el turismo es la principal actividad económica. Aunque solo uno de los ataques incendiarios perpetrados en octubre en esta región fue reivindicado, a través de un comunicado, por la organización clandestina Resistencia Ancestral Mapuche (RAM), vinculada a la Coordinadora de Comunidades en Conflicto Arauco Malleco de Chile (CAM), el Gobierno de Río Negro apuntó a un recrudecimiento de la violencia por parte de los pueblos originarios y denunció ante la justicia federal la actuación de una "organización terrorista", un delito contemplado en el Código Penal Arge

Imágenes Y Temas Virales De La COP26: Líderes Mundiales Tachados De Eco-hipócritas - Revista Digital

La ciudad de Glasgow, en Escocia, acoge a centenares de líderes mundiales en un nuevo intento por hacer frente a la disaster climática. Solo los primeros días de la COP26 dieron mucho de qué hablar, sobre todo en Internet. En el evento, destinado a encontrar soluciones para combatir el cambio climático, los ojos están puestos sobre los líderes mundiales y sus compromisos ambientales. En redes sociales, los internautas, cansados de promesas incumplidas, presionaron por medidas concretas y expusieron el discurso de sus líderes, sus comportamientos y sus compromisos con el medio ambiente. Críticas al presidente Biden por su huella de carbono Por ejemplo, uno de los grandes cuestionados fue el presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, por cuenta de imágenes de la extensa caravana de vehículos en la que se trasladó por la ciudad de Glasgow. Si el transporte es una de las principales causas de la emisión de dióxido de carbono, que hace que nuestro planeta se caliente, los internautas no s

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France 24, the worldwide information channel, broadcasts 24/7 (6 hours a day in Spanish) to 355 million households all over the world in French, Arabic, English and Spanish. The 4 channels have a combined weekly viewership of 61.2 million viewers (measured in 67 of the 183 countries where the channel is broadcast). France 24 is the first international information channel within the Maghreb. In the French-talking African nations. From its newsroom in Paris, composed of 430 journalists, representing 35 nationalities, France 24 gives a French perspective on world affairs by means of a community of 160 correspondent bureaus positioned in practically every country. It is on the market through cable, satellite, DTT, ADSL, on mobile phones, tablets and connected TVs, in addition to on YouTube in 4 languages. Each month, France 24’s digital platforms appeal to 16.5 million visits, 45.6 million video views (2018 average) and 38.2 million followers on Facebook and Twitter (October 2018). New

Gassy Grazers: The Dutch Dilemma - Down To Earth

A massive chunk of planet-warming greenhouse gases come from livestock, primarily through methane emissions. It is the second most abundant gasoline within the environment and 28 instances more potent than carbon dioxide. Farts or burps? Cows have lengthy suffered from their status as gassy animals. But it is not farting that is the problem, it's cow burps. "Cows produce methane as a result of the microorganisms that live in the stomach of a cow degrade feed like grass or regardless of the cow eats," says Jan Dijkstra, an affiliate professor and animal feed skilled at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. "In that technique of degradation in addition they produce methane and that's being launched by the cow in its breath." What cows eat, when and the way may very well be the important thing to limiting methane emissions. At Leeuwarden's Dairy Campus, a analysis farm, Jan and a workforce of scientists have been testing completely different models

EU’s Von Der Leyen Calls For New Sanctions On Belarus Over Migrant Influx

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The use "of migrants for political functions is unacceptable", she said in a assertion, adding that the EU would also have a look at find out how to sanction "third-country airlines" that convey migrants to Belarus. "We will not hesitate to undertake sanctions if necessary against corporations and nations that play into the hands of smugglers," EU diplomatic chief Josep Borrell warned in mid-October. "The migrants are provided with visas, airplane tickets and an aircraft is able to transport them to Minsk from where they are taken to the borders of Lithuania, Latvia and Poland," he said. Fee Vice-President Margaritis Schinas will visit "the principle countries of origin and transit in the coming days to ensure that they act to forestall their very own nationals from falling into the trap set by the Belarusian authorities," the assertion said. Belarus must cease placing people’s lives in danger. I spoke to @MorawieckiM @IngridaSimon

China, US Vow To Work Together On Reducing Emissions At Climate Summit

The joint declaration came because the crunch COP26 summit in Glasgow entered its pivotal ultimate days, with negotiators wrestling over ways to restrict international warming to 1.5-2 degrees Celsius in comparison with preindustrial levels. "This document contains sturdy statements in regards to the alarming science, the emissions gap, and the urgent have to speed up action to close that gap," US particular envoy John Kerry told reporters. "It commits to a collection of necessary actions now, this decade, when it is required. The plan is gentle on concrete targets however heavy on political symbolism at a convention that started with the US. China -- the world's two biggest emitters -- seemingly at loggerheads. Last week US President Joe Biden criticised the choice of China's President Xi Jinping to not attend the Glasgow summit, accusing China of walking away. China hit back, but relations appear to have thawed ahead of lengthy-awaited bilateral talks next