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The government is to blame for the situation at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, says UNISON

Commenting on the news today (Tuesday) that Addenbrooke’s Hospital has been placed into special measures, U‎NISON General Secretary Dave Pr

Luxembourg urged to radically slash fossil fuel subsidies

NEWS: Tiny country one of EU's largest per capita supporters of oil, gas and coal suggests IMF data

‘Inconceivable’ Paris won’t deliver climate pact, says UNEP chief

INTERVIEW: Achim Steiner tells Climate Home heads of state and Ban Ki-moon have critical roles to play in coming months

Al Gore urges UK not to turn back on low-carbon world

NEWS: Former US vice-president and CBI pressure govt to tackle “climate crisis” in run-up to Paris climate summit

Al Gore ‘puzzled’ by UK climate policy bonfire

NEWS: Former US vice-president and CBI pressure govt to tackle “climate crisis” in run-up to Paris climate summit

Paris dilemma: How do we judge success of 2015 climate summit?

COMMENT: Veteran climate talks observer Saleemul Huq offers his thoughts on what an ambitious climate deal looks like

Thawing permafrost could cost world economy $43 trillion

NEWS: Released greenhouse gases could rack up huge costs by year 2200, but swift action would dramatically cut impact, study says

Major economies ‘schizophrenic’ on climate change blasts OECD chief

NEWS: Huge levels of subsidies still flowing to oil, gas and coal sector suggest governments not taking climate threat to heart

Selecting the 9th Secretary-General, a practical step towards development reform?

An effective Secretary-General, selected through a robust process that provides him or her with a broad-based mandate, could have a transformative

UK can be almost entirely powered by renewable energy by 2030, new study shows

All rights reserved. Credit: 10:10 "Can the UK run on renewable energy, and how long will it take us to get there?" Here at Greenpeace...

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