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Making Paris Agreement work

Financial Express, December 28, 2015

By: PP Sangal

Rich nations should take suo motu action to enhance their emission cuts to the extent it is required for keeping the global temperature rise below 1.5-degree Celsius

AP Interview: Climate deal caps a long quest for UN chief

Associated Press, December 26, 2015

By EDITH M. LEDERER

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — When international negotiators reached a first-of-its kind climate change agreement in Paris this month, the United Nations' normally low-key leader, Ban Ki-moon, celebrated onstage, arms raised in victory and more exuberant than many had ever seen him before.

No adverse impact on India due to climate change pact: Govt

Business Standard, December 22, 2015

Earlier this month, 195 countries reached a deal to attempt to limit the rise in global temperatures to less than two degree celsius at the Paris climate summit

Nations urged to improve climate pledges by April 2017

Guardian, December 22, 2015

In a new global warming pact, countries set out milestones over the next five years in a bid to bridge the gap between national targets and what science recommends.

Four things to ensure Paris climate agreement more than lip service

Independent, December 20, 2015

Klaus Dingwerth 

Governments need time and a little patience to make sure the Paris climate talks amount to anything more than nice discussion

Christiana Figueres Thanks Everyone Who Contributed to Paris SuccessOpen Letter of Gratitude

UNFCCC Newsroom, December 18,  2015

To Remarkable People from All Walks of Life Who, for Over Two Decades, Made Their Contribution - Both Humble and High - to the Success of Paris

Climate change deal: five reasons to be glad, five to be gloomy

Guardian, December 15, 2015

John Vidal

Will the deal agreed in Paris be enough to save the planet? Emissions cuts and investment are promised, but legal responsibilities are thin on the ground

What the Paris Climate Agreement Means for Vulnerable Nations

New Yorker, December 15, 2015

BY AMANDA LITTLE

Just before negotiators at the United Nations Climate Change Summit, in Paris, released the final text of their agreement, on December 12th, the members of the Alliance of Small Island States started to sing.

Setting the record straight on the Paris Climate Agreement

Deutsche Welle, December 14, 2015

World leaders call it a historic climate pact. Others say the agreement does not go far enough and might remain an empty shell. DW takes a closer look.

For U.N.'s Ban, climate deal is personal victory after setbacks

Reuters, December 13, 2015

PARIS | BY ALISTER DOYLE AND BRUCE WALLACE

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was among the most jubilant - and most relieved - of the leaders raising their arms on a stage on Saturday to celebrate a historic agreement on climate change.