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Capital city of France

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By SYLVIE CORBET
November 11, 2021
AP NEWS
PARIS (AP) -- Some world leaders and internet giants are expected to issue a global call to better protect children online during a Paris summit of about 30 heads of state and government, including U.S.
By FRANK JORDANS
November 11, 2021
AP NEWS
GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) -- Officials from almost 200 nations worked through the night at the U.N. climate talks in Glasgow, trying to hammer out agreements on a range of tricky topics in time for a Friday deadline.
November 9, 2021
AP NEWS
PARIS (AP) -- U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris landed in Paris on Tuesday at the start of a four-day visit and charm offensive aimed at shoring up the U.S. relationship with France, America's oldest ally.
By ELLEN KNICKMEYER, FRANK JORDANS and SETH BORENSTEIN
November 8, 2021
AP NEWS
GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) -- Barack Obama expressed confidence at U.N. climate talks Monday that the Biden administration will ultimately get its $555 billion climate package through Congress, and faulted U.S.
By SETH BORENSTEIN
November 7, 2021
AP NEWS
Glasgow, Scotland (AP) -- One phrase, really just a number, dominates climate talks in Glasgow, Scotland: The magic and elusive 1.5.That stands for the international goal of trying to limit future warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) since pre-industrial times.
By SETH BORENSTEIN
October 31, 2021
AP NEWS
GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) -- Christiana Figueres knows how to hammer out a climate deal, and she doesn't expect the United Nations conference that just started in Glasgow to end with the kind of big moment she engineered in Paris six years ago.
By SETH BORENSTEIN
October 30, 2021
AP NEWS
World leaders have been meeting for 29 years to try to curb global warming, and in that time Earth has become a much hotter and deadlier planet. Trillions of tons of ice have disappeared over that period, the burning of fossil fuels has spewed billions of tons of heat-trapping gases into the air, and hundreds of thousands of people have died from heat and other weather disasters stoked by climate change, statistics show.
By SETH BORENSTEIN and FRANK JORDANS
October 29, 2021
AP NEWS
More than one world leader says humanity's future, even survival, hangs in the balance when international officials meet in Scotland to try to accelerate efforts to curb climate change. Temperatures, tempers and hyperbole have all ratcheted up ahead of the United Nations summit.
By KRISHAN FRANCIS and ANIRUDDHA GHOSAL
October 20, 2021
AP NEWS
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) -- A failure to limit global warming could mean a "death sentence" for small island nations like the Maldives, including the end of their livelihoods and cultures, the country's environment minister said Wednesday.
Romain Dillet
October 12, 2021
TechCrunch
Nearly a year after Dott originally announced plans to launch a bike-sharing service, the new offering is going live in Paris. Dott is better known for its scooter-sharing service across dozens of European cities. It is adding electric bikes to complement its service. In addition to Dott, Lime and Tier also have scooters currently available [...]
Aliya Uteuova
October 12, 2021
the Guardian
New images show what areas of the world can be saved or lost if carbon emissions aren't curbed
Presented by Michael Safi with George Monbiot and Christiana Figueres; produced by Courtney Yusuf and Axel Kacoutié; executive producers Phil Maynard and Archie Bland
October 11, 2021
the Guardian
Photograph: Alexander Pohl/NurPhoto/REX/Shutterstock
Fiona Harvey Environment correspondent
October 11, 2021
the Guardian
As world leaders gather for the environmental conference, here is our summary of the key terminology
Fiona Harvey Environment correspondent
October 11, 2021
the Guardian
Everything you need to know about the Glasgow conference seeking to forge a global response to the climate emergency
YURI KAGEYAMA AP Business Writer
October 4, 2021
ABC News
Japan is focusing on its neighbors in Asia as it hopes to take a leadership role in the growing push to reduce emissions, having earmarked $10 billion to help the region speed up the move away from fossil fuels
Jess Cartner-Morley in Paris
September 30, 2021
the Guardian
Creative director Gabriela Hearst showcased artisan pieces handmade from leftover fabric, with Gillian Anderson and Demi Moore in the front row
FinSMEs
September 28, 2021
FinSMEs
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Ars Contributors
September 27, 2021
Ars Technica
The record-setting high-speed train went into service on this day 40 years ago.
By MIKE CORDER
September 24, 2021
AP NEWS
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) -- A group of Dutch students has reimagined van life and is hitting the road to Portugal. Just don't call their groundbreaking new solar-powered vehicle a campervan."We call it a self-sustaining house on wheels," said Lotte van Dasler, part of a team from the Technical University in the southern Dutch city of Eindhoven.
By SETH BORENSTEIN and CHRISTINA LARSON, AP Science Writers
September 22, 2021
Chron
The two biggest economies and largest carbon polluters in the world announced separate...
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