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Extreme weather has shown the rich world how vulnerable it is to climate change
Two experts debate whether shift to low carbon can push forward amid economic stress
Focusing on cheaper renewables instead would benefit these three nations and the world
Cheaper new technologies make renewables competitive in fight against global warming
Mexico’s Patricia Espinosa must build on the legacy of her predecessor
António Guterres wins straw poll of security council members ahead of Thursday vote
Costa Rican diplomat credited with sealing Paris accord vies to become first female secretary-general
The urgent, long overdue challenge of implementation now begins, writes Jeffrey Sachs
Campaigners attack backers of environmental summit
World leaders urged not to repeat lack of decision in Copenhagen
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Pontiff aims to raise pressure ahead of climate talks in Paris
Proposal to devise carbon-pricing system exposes rift with Chevron and ExxonMobil
State’s tough new emissions targets will help US meet goal
Low prices could lead countries to cut investments in renewable energy and low-emission projects
UN’s Figueres tells the FT climate change evidence is more compelling
Pilita Clark looks at some of the key figures at the Durban talks
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