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Rights round-up: the 27th session of the Human Rights Council

The latest developments from the UN's foremost human rights body.

September’s climate thermometer: who’s hot, and who’s not?

NEWS: Who has shown some cool, green leadership this September… And who is heating up the planet?

Yeb Sano sets off on 1000km Philippines climate march

NEWS: Diplomat aims to "empower" communities during walk through areas devastated by Typhoon Yolanda in 2013

Oseas: el profeta ecológico de la pérdida

Oseas es generalmente conocido como el profeta que se casó con una prostituta.

Climate consensus: scientists and sceptics suspend hostilities

NEWS: Twitter adversaries meet over dinner to discuss the climate debate, and why everyone hates each other so much

Backtracking from 2C goal abandons island states to the waves

ANALYSIS: Negotiators are already distancing themselves from the 2C goal, but it is too important to throw away

Struggles for economic justice: making the links

Merkel advisor slams Australia’s coal-friendly energy plan

NEWS: Canberra's climate approach branded "weak" and "risk" by influential German scientist

Chinese solar drives clean energy investment bounce

NEWS: After three strong quarters for investment in clean energy sources, 2014 is on track to recover from a two-year dip

Q is for Quotes

The latest in our A to Z of food sovereignty in Africa. Some quotes.

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Responding to Climate Change:

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