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Michael Bloomberg Praises China, Pans Trump On Climate Change

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Originally posted on www.barrons.com

It has never been more important for the United States and China to work together on common goals, Bloomberg founder and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg told a small audience including Chinese government officials assembled at the Asia Society in New York Wednesday.

Bucking Trump, These Cities, States and Companies Commit to Paris Accord

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Originally posted on www.nytimes.com.

Representatives of American cities, states and companies are preparing to submit a plan to the United Nations pledging to meet the United States’ greenhouse gas emissions targets under the Paris climate accord, despite President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the agreement.

Climate Progress, With or Without Trump

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Originally posted on nytimes.com

President Trump’s unfortunate and misguided rollback of environmental protections has led to a depressing and widespread belief that the United States can no longer meet its commitment under the Paris climate change agreement. But here’s the good news: It’s wrong.

Why We Need to Strengthen Climate Commitments Every Five Years

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As G7 leaders agreed to deep cuts in global greenhouse gas emissions, two new studies illustrate why we need five-year commitment cycles to achieve this goal. 

Cotton Made in Africa Conserves Water and Reduces Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Cotton made in Africa cotton has a considerably smaller ecological footprint than conventionally grown cotton. The Initiative’s sustainable cultivation methods reduce greenhouse gas emissions by over 70 percent and save around 18,000 litres of water per kilogram of cotton lint compared to Pakistani cotton. The Systain consulting firm carried out a study on behalf of the Aid by Trade Foundation to determine the ecological footprint of Cotton made in Africa (CmiA).

The small ecological footprint of African cotton
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Cotton made in Africa cotton has a considerably smaller ecological footprint than conventionally grown cotton. The Initiative’s sustainable cultivation methods reduce greenhouse gas emissions by over 70 percent and save around 18,000 litres of water per kilogram of cotton lint compared to Pakistani cotton. The Systain consulting firm carried out a study on behalf of the Aid by Trade Foundation to determine the ecological footprint of Cotton made in Africa (CmiA).

Banorte-Ixe promotes awareness on climate change by participating in the Carbon Disclosure Project’s Global Climate Change Forum

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On September 12th will be broadcast live via CISCO TelePresence the CDP’s Global Climate Change Forum. Banorte-Ixe will participate in this event, represented by its CEO, Alejandro Valenzuela del Río. We invite you to attend this event.

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On September 12th will be broadcast live via CISCO TelePresence the CDP’s Global Climate Change Forum. Banorte-Ixe will participate in this event, represented by its CEO, Alejandro Valenzuela del Río. We invite you to attend this event.

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