Paris: United Nations General Secretary Ban Ki-moon has said that he is hopeful of an ambitious universal agreement at the Paris Climate Summit.
Speaking at the two-day Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting meeting, Ban hoped that the talks could build momentum ahead of the climate conference early next week.
The 53-nation Commonwealth bloc has agreed to set up a billion-dollar Green Finance Facility for environmental projects.
Billions of dollars in environmental aid were announced as cities worldwide prepared for marches to pressure leaders heading for Paris to negotiate a historic pact to tame global warming.
Meanwhile, talks will open under tight security following the Paris attacks.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Sugar mills’ margins likely to be tempered in FY2018: ICRA
LAND ROVER LAUNCHES THE RANGE ROVER SVAUTOBIOGRAPHY DYNAMIC IN INDIA
South African Tourism sets focus on city, trains travel agents to tailor packages for Pune
TCS New York City Marathon App Wins Gold at Best in Biz Awards 2017 International
Select a category
Play slots online with critic.net
2014 The Global Indian New Network (TGINN)