At climate talks, UN calls fossil fuels 'high risk' investment


www.sustainability.thomsonreuters.com | Published Monday 1, December, 2014

by ALISTER DOYLE

(Reuters) – Falling oil prices show the “high risk” of fossil fuel investments compared with renewable energies, the U.N.‘s climate chief said on Monday at the start of 190-nation talks on a deal to slow global warming.

The Dec. 1-12 meeting in Lima opened with hopes that a U.N. deal to slow climate change is in reach for 2015, helped by goals set by China, the United States and the European Union to cut greenhouse emissions, mainly… read more>


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