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UNA-UK calls for UK Government to honour our peacekeepers

To mark the International Day of UN Peacekeepers on 29 May, UNA-UK is calling on the UK Go

In pictures: Variety is the spice of life, celebrating World Biodiversity Day

India, China urge rich nations to cut carbon deeper

NEWS: Developed countries must lead emissions curbs and make good on finance pledge say major emitters key to climate pact

Climate change weekly wrap (May #2) – news, video and analysis

NEWSLETTER: All you need to know from the last seven days of international climate change and energy politics

Why the Marshall Islands are rocking the boat at UN shipping talks

INTERVIEW: Foreign minister Tony de Brum has maritime emissions in his sights in the latest bid to safeguard his country's future

Wikiclimate: crowdsourcing’s place in a Paris deal

BLOG: Citizens of the world invited to submit ideas in in climate action contest to influence negotiators ahead of December summit

India’s green record shames the West, says Modi economic chief

NEWS: Arvind Subramanian says Delhi's record on climate change is far more impressive than developed countries give it credit for

The lights are on Amber, will they go green?

David Cameron could have given the job to a climate-denier, or someone with deep links to the fossil fuel industry.

Mental Health Awareness Week: Community Garden at I.R.I.E Mind

China coal decline continues as economy flatlines

NEWS: Analysis from Greenpeace suggests use of world's most polluting fossil fuel by top emitter could be in terminal decline

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