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Gerard Wynn

Lima climate talks at crossroads on ways to slow warming

Dec 12 2014

LIMA About 190 nations faced a crossroads Friday on how boldly to fight global warming as United Nations talks in Lima went into overtime amid concerns that watered-down goals could undermine a U.N. climate summit in Paris next year.

Countries brace for weak finale at Lima climate talks

Dec 12 2014

LIMA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Countries faced stark choices on the final day of U.N. climate talks in Peru’s capital, with the prospect they could decide to make minimal pledges under a new global climate agreement due in a year’s time.

Countries brace for weak finale at Lima climate talks

Dec 12 2014

LIMA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Countries faced stark choices on the final day of U.N. climate talks in Peru’s capital, with the prospect they could decide to make minimal pledges under a new global climate agreement due in a year’s time.

Cutting carbon a good business opportunity, private sector told

Dec 11 2014

LIMA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Whatever the global climate agreement reached next year in Paris looks like, the private sector will need to dramatically step up efforts to cut global carbon emissions, negotiators and analysts said at U.N. climate talks in Lima Thursday.

Countries may ditch detailed pledges under new climate agreement

Dec 10 2014

LIMA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Countries may ditch a detailed checklist for what their pledges under a new climate agreements should contain, given deep splits over their breadth and scope, and whether they should draw a clear line between rich and poor nations.

Countries may ditch detailed pledges under new climate agreement

Dec 09 2014

LIMA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Countries may ditch a detailed checklist for what their pledges under a new climate agreements should contain, given deep splits over their breadth and scope, and whether they should draw a clear line between rich and poor nations.

Countries may ditch detailed pledges under new climate agreement

Dec 09 2014

LIMA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Countries may ditch a detailed checklist for what their pledges under a new climate agreements should contain, given deep splits over their breadth and scope, and whether they should draw a clear line between rich and poor nations.

Column: Sustainable investing gets clearer legal backing

Nov 07 2013

LONDON The body that reviews British law has sought to remove all doubt that investors can target more-sustainable companies, but is less clear-cut over an environmental campaign against fossil fuel investment.

COLUMN-Australia is another nail in cap and trade: Wynn

Sep 11 2013

LONDON, Sept 11 Australia's proposal to ditch cap and trade market in favour of a weakened scheme follows reduced or abandoned carbon markets in Europe and the United States and does not bode well for planned schemes around the world.

COLUMN-UK aid to gas and renewable plants may cut power prices: Wynn

Jul 08 2013

LONDON, July 8 Britain's wholesale power prices may well fall, contrary to general expectations, as planned extra government support for gas and renewable electricity generation counters the impact of future rises in gas prices.

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