Michael Bloomberg, Anne Hidalgo, and Eduardo Paes say in The Guardian, "If we want to reduce emissions, cities are key. But they need to be empowered if they are to have an impact."
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Statement: President Calderón congratulates Ambassador Patricia Espinosa, UNFCCC Executive Secretary nominee
Today, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon nominated Mexican Ambassador Patricia Espinosa as the next Executive Secretary of the UN Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Former President of Mexico and Chair of the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate Felipe Calderón releases the following statement:
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"We can’t talk about the economy without talking about climate change – the evidence is clear that the two are critically intertwined," writes Sam Adams in The Hill.
- News Article March 5, 2016
"It's time for our presidential candidates and debate moderators to take climate change seriously," says Helen Mountford in Miami Herald.
- News Article February 11, 2016
Statement from President Felipe Calderón, Former President of Mexico and Chair of the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate:
Despite some concern in the press regarding the US Supreme Court´s recent stay, the Clean Power Plan is still valid. It has only been temporarily paused in its implementation, until the US legal process is completed this fall.
- News Article February 4, 2016
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It's time for companies and investors to make 2016 a 'Year of Green Finance' by putting efforts to reduce emissions on their priority list for investment and risk management, writes Caio Koch-Weser.