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PARIS CLIMATE TALKS: Climate deal likely after serious global warming

30th November, 2015

President Uhuru Kenyatta has told a gathering of world leaders in Paris that although Kenya contributes to a mer0.1% of global emissions, it has put in place several measures to fight global warming including heavy investments in solar, wind and geothermal energy. Speaking at the climate change summit, the president said two thirds of kenya energy was green. Meanwhile rich nations have pledged millions of dollars towards dealing with the impact of climate change, from Paris.