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Countries Partner on National Climate Action Plans

Co-chaired by Morocco and Germany, the NDC Partnership offers unique platform to empower developing countries to achieve national climate commitments under the Paris Agreement and related sustainable development goals MARRAKECH, MOROCCO (November 15, 2016) – Today at the international climate negotiations in Marrakech, Morocco, developing and developed countries launch a new

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Boosting Energy Efficiency Through Smart Lighting Systems

Delegates at the UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech (COP 22, to 18 November) learned how smart lighting systems are cutting greenhouse gas emissions and reducing energy costs. A special Momentum for Change event provided a platform for Philips Lighting to demonstrate how smart energy solutions work and how they are

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Energy Leaders Accelerate Climate Action – Global Climate Action at COP22

Business and Policy Leaders Commit to Further Action on Global Energy Transition for a Just Climate Future for All Marrakech, 11 November, 2016 – With the Paris Climate Agreement having just come into force, leaders from a wide range of sectors are coming together on Energy Day at the UN Climate Change

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World Alliance for Clean Technologies Launched at COP22

Marrakech, 11 November 2016 – The Solar Impulse Foundation launched the World Alliance for Clean Technologies today during COP22, as a legacy to the first ever solar flight around the world. Its goal is to federate the main actors in the field of clean technologies, in order to create synergies,

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COP22 Soundbite of the Day on U.S. Election Result

Courtesy of Sierra Club’s Michael Brune. “Donald Trump now has the unflattering distinction of being the only head of state in the entire world to reject the scientific consensus that mankind is driving climate change,” he says. “No matter what happens, Donald Trump can’t change the fact that wind and solar energy

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