Revue des blogs – mardi 14 avril 2015

◊ Un accord climatique à Paris – L’opportunité d’un siècle durable pour l’Afrique / Christiana Figueres, Responsable climat de l’ONU, Huffington Post, 14/04/2015 http://www.huffingtonpost.fr/christiana-figueres/conference-climat-paris-afrique_b_7031944.html

Un investissement classique équivaut à prendre un risque pour récolter une récompense plus tard. La beauté de l’action climatique est que la récompense vient d’abord et que le risque futur est réduit. Cela peut se vérifier tout particulièrement en Afrique, où les ministres se réunissent à la mi-avril pour un événement spécial de haut niveau au 7ème Forum africain du carbone…

◊ Energy Tourism: The Tesla Taxi in Oslo / Catherine Wolfram, Energy Insttute at Haas blog, 13/04/2015 https://energyathaas.wordpress.com/2015/04/13/energy-tourism-the-tesla-taxi-in-oslo/

I suspect a fair number of you know what I mean by energy tourism – sure, you’re up for sight-seeing and museums, but you also note the local gas prices, gawk as you fly over wind turbines and grill anyone who will answer about the local energy policy issues of the day…

◊ Expectations for a Paris climate agreement & the role of carbon pricing / Dirk Forrister, Development in a changing climate, 13/04/2015 http://blogs.worldbank.org/climatechange/expectations-paris-climate-agreement-role-carbon-pricing

Dirk Forrister, CEO and president of the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA), talks about expectations for a 2015 international climate agreement in Paris…

◊ The Business Case for the Green Climate Fund / Ben Bovarnick & Alexander Tankou, Center for American Progress, 2/04/2015 https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/green/news/2015/04/02/110396/the-business-case-for-the-green-climate-fund/

Since 2014, more than 30 countries have pledged support to launch the Green Climate Fund, or GCF, a new multilateral fund that will invest in projects that help developing countries reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and build resilience to climate effects. More than $10 billion has been pledged by countries from both developed and developing regions for the fund’s preliminary capitalization…


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