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Millions of businesses call for zero carbon shift

NEWS: More than 6.5 companies back call on policymakers to set a path to go carbon neutral "well before the end of the century"

Axa to ditch €500m of coal holdings in 2015

NEWS: At Climate Week Paris, French insurer announces biggest fossil fuel divestment push to date, encouraging others to follow

Glasgow 7-7-7 shows the way

Edinburgh Council Transport Committee is expected to decide on June 2nd whether to press on with its controversial proposal to cut weekday bus lane

Climate change threat demands reform to financial system

NEWS: 'Stress tests' for international finance from rising climate impacts, as UN report calls for banking cultural shift

Low carbon experts mull iconic buildings for green makeovers

ANALYSIS: Notre Dame or a Durban township? Sustainability advocates are divided on the best way to push the energy efficiency message

Shock Antarctic ice loss discovered by European satellite

NEWS: 'Surprise' thinning of Antarctic region ice sheet revealed by Cryo-Sat2 after five years of measurements, study finds

The Period Problem: What You Aren’t Being Told About Tampons

Speak up for the Climate on June 17th

Fossil fuel giants reject calls to keep oil, gas and coal in ground

NEWS: Heads of Statoil, Glencore and Total use Paris summit to register climate concern but dismiss fears assets are dangerous

El Nino likely to ensure 2015 breaks warming records

ANALYSIS: Rising temperatures linked to phenomenon could add weight to calls for tough new climate deal in Paris this year

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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Desert state has abundance of sunshine and could produce more than it consumes, says power...

Columban JPIC:

“China has 80 million people living at sea level so of course it is interested in tackling...

Scots tell First Minister why they care about climate change
Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:

Campaigners today (Wed 27 May) showed the First Minister some love outside the Scottish...

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