Tuesday, November 24, 2015

November 24 News Update

What’s really at stake at the Paris climate conference now marches are banned
Climate deal urgent after weather-linked disasters kill 600,000 in 20 years
Industry group claims Indonesia's biodiesel push is vital for emission target
North Dakota 'man camps' battle pending ban in oil capital
UAE channels oil money into alternative energy
Canada's Alberta sees C$3 billion of new carbon tax revenue
Paris climate summit: huge stakes, deep divides
Brazil can help lead world to climate deal, France says
Ahead of UN Climate Talks, Report Details World of Increasing Extremes
New Report Digs the Dirt on the Corporate Criminals Sponsoring Climate Talks
Canada warming at twice the global rate, scientists tell premiers conference
Majority of Canadians support reducing emissions, even if it costs them
The Climate Change Pledges Are In. Will They Fix Anything? *

5 shot near site of Jamar Clark protest
Union members, leaders rally for justice for Jamar Clark

Massive Rolling Strikes Shut Down Quebec

Turkey shoots down Russian military plane
Lufthansa cabin staff to strike on Thursday, Friday: union
Planned Parenthood sues Texas over blocked Medicaid dollars
Brazil's new middle class faces plunge back to poverty
High court tackles four cases involving workers
As Cameron Bangs War Drum, Voices for Peace Rally Around Corbyn
Pfizer to buy Allergan for $160 billion
Police shooting video worries Chicago
Nestle confirms abuses by Thai suppliers
WHO accused of 'egregious failure' on Ebola
Alberta Education minister to introduce new collective bargaining bill for teachers
TTC riders protest 25-cent cash fare increase, call for higher subsidy
Yale, yoga and the battle over free speech on campus
French State of Emergency Spurs Intense Police Tactics *
Bernie Sanders’s Rejection of ‘Super PACs’ Is Not Universal *

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

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