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Shell Arctic oil drilling reaction ‘overblown’ – US envoy

NEWS: Admiral Papp says conditional approval to explore polar waters just 'another step', as 'kayaktivists' protest in Seattle

Fossil fuel subsidies to hit $5.3 trillion in 2015, says IMF

NEWS: Governments could cut 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions at a stroke if they stopped subsidising oil, gas and coal

Activists split on Oxford University partial divestment

NEWS: Reactions to university rejection of coal and tar sands range from "great leadership" to handing back degrees in disgust

That weekend I built a solar power plant

BLOG: Generating your own supply of electricity is straightforward and cheap - so easy that RTCC editor Ed King had a go

Will the Paris business summit mobilise support for climate action?

ANALYSIS: Business chiefs will showcase low carbon plans this week, but concerns persist they are giving cover to polluting sectors

Fabius: Momentum growing behind long term climate target

NEWS: President of 2015 climate summit says he's encouraged by countries backing calls to radically cut CO2 emissions in second half of century

India: No place for dissent in world’s biggest democracy

ANALYSIS: Is Greenpeace crackdown a plan of Modi government to stifle alternative voices under the cover of national interest?

IPCC meets to review new climate fighting tools

News: World authority on global warming moves to add shifts in population and economies in its forecasts in Vienna meeting

Shell to face hostility over Arctic drilling at AGM

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Winchester Action on Climate Change:

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