195 nations seal historic Paris pact to quit climate change

(Left to right) Executive Secretary from the U . n . Framework Convention on Costs rising Christiana Figueres, Secretary General with the N\’t Ban Ki Moon, Foreign Affairs Minister and President-designate of COP21 Laurent Fabius, and France\’s President Francois Hollande raise hands together after adoption of your historic our planets atmosphere pact on the COP21 …


Costa Rica’s Christiana Figueres honored for UN climate work

U.N. climate chief Christiana Figueres (left), from Costa Rica, was awarded the Medal of Paris by Mayor Anne Hidalgo on her behalf work brokering the current U.N. pact to avert catastrophic global warming. ((Via Facebook))

Costa Rican Christiana Figueres was awarded the Medal of Paris on?Wednesday?in order to?broker the historic, 195-nation deal to avert coffee which …


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Cheers as French hosts release proposed UN climate-rescue pact

People read “The adoption from the Paris agreement” following your announcement with the final draft by French Foreign Affairs minister Laurent Fabius at the COP21 Climate Conference in Le Bourget, north of Paris, on Dec. 12, 2015. (Miguel Medina//AFP)

LE BOURGET, France?—?French hosts of U.N. talks listed in cheers and applause Saturday a proposed 195-nation accord …


Historic UN climate pact ‘extremely close’: French host

Members associated with an NGO demonstrate through the COP 21 Not conference on global warming at Le Bourget, within the outskirts of Paris, on Dec. 9, 2015. (Dominique Faget | AFP)

LE BOURGET,?France?—?The French host of U.N. talks aimed towards saving mankind from climate catastrophe said Thursday a historic accord was “extremely close,” but called for …