Nov 7 (Reuters) - Talks among almost 200 nations are being held in Marrakesh, Morocco, from Nov. 7-18 to try to find ways to implement a global climate deal, the Paris Agreement.
The landmark pact came into force on Nov. 4. It seeks to wean the world economy off fossil fuels in the second half of the century and limit a rise in average world temperatures to "well below" 2.0 degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial times.
Below are latest stories about the talks: LATEST STORIES: > No turning back for climate pact, despite Trump > Philippines agrees to ratify Paris pact > Pact enters into force, focus shifts to action > Pacific islands kick off global climate deal > Emissions set to bust global climate pact in 2030 > Oil CEOs to unveil renewable energy fund > Backers of climate pact play down Trump threat > Company climate change plans too weak > Greenhouse gas milestone shows need for action > Govts agree study of tough climate limit > Rich nations say on track for $100 bln finance
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