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FAO warns of growing water scarcity amid climate change, population growth

Source: Inquirer.Net – The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is calling for better water management and improved access for small farmers while Malacañang continues to find ways to make the promise of free irrigation a reality. 9 mots de plus

Dubai to develop 'Climate Change Adaptation Plan'

Source: Bahrain News Agency – The Government of Dubai has announced today its intention to develop the Dubai Climate Change Adaptation Plan. The announcement was declared at day one of the C40 Dubai Adaptation Conference, organised by the General Secretariat of the Executive Council of Dubai, in partnership with the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group on January 23-25 and in the presence of representatives of several world cities, according to UAE News Agency (WAM). 9 mots de plus

Car makers bet on hydrogen at Davos

Source: Chemistry World – Thirteen global car and energy companies have teamed up to promote hydrogen as a clean fuel, which can power the world toward its goal of decarbonising its energy supply. 10 mots de plus

Prince Charles: We must act on climate change to avoid 'potentially devastating consequences

Source: The Telegraph – Prince Charles has said we must act to avoid “potentially devastating consequences” when it comes to climate change, as he warned that future generations will pay the “biggest price” if we don’t. 9 mots de plus

More businesses must work with suppliers to curb climate change: study

Source: Reuters – Too few businesses are working with their suppliers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, according to study that praised 29 companies including General Motors(GM.N), Sky (SKYB.L) and Sony Corp (6758.T) for taking the lead. 8 mots de plus

Energie verte du futur: 13 multinationales s'unissent à Davos pour développer l'hydrogène

Source: Sud-OUest – Un Conseil international de l’Hydrogène pour réduire les émissions de CO2 créé en marge du forum économique mondial de Davos, le 18 janvier dernier, par les dirigeants de treize multinationales de l’énergie, de l’industrie et du transport, de l’Hydrogen Council, le Conseil de l’Hydrogène. 9 mots de plus