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Why does the meat industry escape climate scrutiny?

COMMENT: Rising consumption of meat and dairy has a huge impact on global warming - yet the desire to address this is lamentable

The Emissions Factor Podcast: Is optimism ahead of Paris justified?

PODCAST: This week Ed King is joined by Richard Black, Farhana Yamin and Lisa Friedman - plus an interview with Connie Hedegaard

Extreme weather events of 2015: Is climate change to blame?

NEWS: Record temperatures, heatwaves and a brewing El Nino are making this year one of the more unusual in recent history

DRC climate plan ‘leaves laggards with no excuse’

INTERVIEW: If conflict-riven state can forge a carbon-cutting strategy then so can others says Kinshasa's lead climate diplomat

Weekly wrap: Coal, coal, coal… and Islam

This week’s top climate politics and policy stories. Sign up inside to have our Friday briefing sent to your inbox

Brazil backs long term zero carbon goal as Merkel visits

NEWS: President Dilma Rousseff declared support for G7 stance on emissions phase-out after receiving German leader in Brasilia
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WWF-South Africa: Government's draft climate plan needs targets that see emissions fall faster and more sharply

Obama stakes claim to Paris climate legacy

NEWS: US president is pulling out all the stops for a global pact as quiver of climate policies unveiled at home

Oil companies register UN climate commitments

NEWS: Plans to tackle potent greenhouse gas emissions uploaded to global portal as oil industry takes first steps towards Paris deal

What sort of man picks a fight with this digger?

And this is Stephan Pütz from Immerath, West Germany. A man who's been fighting coal mines on his doorstep for over 25 years.  

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UNISON:

Yesterday in Parliament, Labour MP Melanie Onn took a significant step to try and protect all...

All We Can:

I always remember a scene in the film Forrest Gump where Gump describes the rain facing him in...

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