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UN climate envoys hail momentum, but warn time running out

Negotiators say progress has been made at Bonn talks, but some warn time is running out to deliver a draft text by Lima

EU backs big curbs on superstrength greenhouse gases

EU parliament votes overwhelmingly for partial ban on potent greenhouse gases used in fridges and airconditioners

UN expert's parting demand: transform our food system

Olivier De Schutter has been the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food for almost six years. Earlier this week he released his final report to...

The European Parliament backs our vision for an Arctic sanctuary

All rights reserved. Credit: © Christian Åslund / Greenpeace Tonight I’ll sleep well, knowing that there is finally something...

Hollande and Xi to discuss climate at March summit

France and China leaders will discuss goals of 2015 UN Paris conference in meeting later this month

NASA: global warming could be 20% higher than previous estimates

Research focused on the climate sensitivity of the atmosphere suggests recent 'cooling' spell could be a blip

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Fr. Bosco was one of five men in Myanmar to be ordained on St. Columban’s Day, 23rd November last year, attended by Fr.

Old splits emerge as UN climate envoys seek path to 2015 deal

Brazil, China and Saudi Arabia say they have no intention of discussing tough emission cuts at Bonn meeting

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Richard Lochhead MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and Environment, has proposed removing crown immunity from MOD properties, this would mak


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