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UN says the world is not meeting climate change goals | Money Talks

The UN says the world has failed to meet emissions targets set out in the Paris Agreement on climate change. Its emissions gap report warns current efforts to limit global warming are falling far short. Meanwhile, 28 banks and other financial institutions are teaming up with the UN to introduce global rules for environmentally responsible banking. The Helsinki-based investment bank, Nordea, is one of these and TRT World's Oliver Whitfield-Miocic caught up with its head of sustainable finance in Paris. He began by asking him how much of global investments are currently aware of their impact on the environment.

Climate Change: Myanmar at high risk of climate change events

Climate Change: Myanmar at high risk of climate change events

Climate Change: World countries meet in Poland for a solution

Climate Change: World countries meet in Poland for a solution

Climate Change: World emissions continue to increase

Climate Change: World emissions continue to increase

Climate Change: Greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise

Climate Change: Greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise

Is Tunisia’s President Acting in the Interest of the State?

Is Tunisia’s President Acting in the Interest of the State?

Will France’s Anti-Separatism Law Institutionalise Islamophobia?

Will France’s Anti-Separatism Law Institutionalise Islamophobia?

Thousands of migrants have crossed into EU from Belarus

Thousands of migrants have crossed into EU from Belarus

This year's Comic-Con Festival goes online

This year's Comic-Con Festival goes online

Free trading app goes public amid numerous controversies | Money Talks

Free trading app goes public amid numerous controversies | Money Talks

US Exit from Afghanistan | Bigger Than Five

US Exit from Afghanistan | Bigger Than Five

Could Europe ever form a united military force?

Could Europe ever form a united military force?

Africa Matters: Ethiopia’s Tigray Crisis

Africa Matters: Ethiopia’s Tigray Crisis

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