Paris

Paris

Capital city of France

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Paul Rincon
September 24, 2020
BBC News
The UK prime minister says the UK holds extraordinary potential for wind power.
Katharine Murphy Political editor
September 22, 2020
the Guardian
Energy minister Angus Taylor at the National Press Club on Tuesday: 'The nature of R&D portfolios is that you have to place bets.' Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP
Adam Morton and Graham Readfearn
September 22, 2020
the Guardian
Australia's commitment to limit global heating to between 1.5C and 2C requires a mid-century net zero target, according to latest science
David Kabua, President of the Marshall Islands
September 20, 2020
the Guardian
Majuro Island, the capital of the Marshall Islands. Photograph: VW Pics/Universal Images Group via Getty Images
By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer
September 9, 2020
Houston Chronicle
The world is getting closer to passing a temperature limit set by global leaders five years ago and may exceed it in the next decade or so, according to a new United Nations report. In the next five years, the world has nearly a 1-in-4 chance of experiencing a year that's hot enough to put the global temperature at 2.7 degrees (1.5 degrees Celsius) above pre-industrial times, according to a new science update released Wednesday by the U.N., World Meteorological Organization and other global science groups. That 1.5 degrees Celsius is the more stringent of two limits set in 2015 by world leaders in the Paris climate change agreement. A 2018 U.N. science report said a world hotter than that still survives, but chances of dangerous problems increase tremendously. The report comes on the heels of a weekend of weather gone wild around the U.S.: Scorching heat, record California wildfires and two more Atlantic storms that set records for earliest 16th and 17th named storms. Earlier this year, Death Valley hit 130 degrees (54.4 degrees Celsius) and Siberia hit 100 degrees (38 degrees Celsius). The warming that has already occurred has "increased the odds of extreme events that are unprecedented in our historical experience," Stanford University climate scientist Noah Diffenbaugh said. For example, historical global warming has increased the odds of record-setting hot extremes at more than 80% of the globe, and has "doubled or even tripled the odds over the region of California and the western U.S. that has experienced record-setting heat in recent weeks," Diffenbaugh added. The world already has warmed nearly 2 degrees (1.1 degrees Celsius) since the late 1800s, and the last five years are hotter than the previous five years, the report said. The speed-up could be temporary, or it might not be. There's both...
AP | PTI
September 2, 2020
@bsindia
Seventeen people and all three gunmen died during the three days of attacks in January 2015
Our Foreign Staff
September 2, 2020
The Telegraph
Fourteen people accused of helping jihadist gunmen attack the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket go on trial Wednesday, five years after days of terror that sent shockwaves through France.
Mike Butcher
September 1, 2020
TechCrunch
Four years after the Great Recession, France's newly elected socialist president François Hollande raised taxes and increased regulations on founder-led startups. The subsequent flight of entrepreneurs to places like London and Silicon Valley portrayed France as a tough place to launch a company. By 2016, France's national statistics bureau estimated that about three million native-born [...]
Murray Griffin of Footprint News
August 30, 2020
the Guardian
Australia's top 65 greenhouse gas-emitting companies were responsible for about two-thirds of the country's greenhouse output, a new analysis shows. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images
Scott Waldman
August 28, 2020
Scientific American
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IANS
August 28, 2020
@bsindia
The government already classified Paris and the Bouches-du-Rhone area around Marseille as red zones for coronavirus cases on Aug. 14
AP
August 27, 2020
@bsindia
The German team Bora-Hansgrohe is among those expressing concern, after one if its riders first tested positive and then tested negative
Mike Butcher
August 25, 2020
TechCrunch
TechCrunch is embarking on a major new project to survey the venture capital investors of Europe. Our survey of VCs in Paris will capture how the city is faring, and what changes are being wrought amongst investors by the coronavirus pandemic. We'd like to know how your Paris's startup scene is evolving, how the [...]
AP
August 22, 2020
@bsindia
To encourage preventative measures, 2,000 masks will be distributed to fans who arrive without them
David Shepardson | Reuters
August 17, 2020
@bsindia
The new actions, effective immediately, should prevent Huaweis attempts to circumvent US export controls, the sources said
Adam Morton Environment editor
August 14, 2020
the Guardian
The Australia Institute's Mark Ogge says Santos completely rewrote the case for its Narrabri coal gas seam project after hearings had closed: 'It smacks of desperation.' Photograph: Dean Lewins/AAP
Chris Price
August 14, 2020
The Telegraph
Your evening guide: Holidaymakers race to return before quarantine begins for France and Dylan Hartley on need for radical rugby reform
First Dog on the Moon
August 7, 2020
the Guardian
The Tasmanian government is trying to keep the orange bellied parrot alive but is chopping down everywhere the swift parrot lives
AP
August 6, 2020
@bsindia
With virus cases rising anew, France is struggling to administer enough tests to keep up with demand
BS Web Team
August 4, 2020
@bsindia
Four rounds of second-leg matches are yet to be played before moving to the quarter-final round. Check match schedule and live telecast of Champions League in India here
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