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Pakistan shelves six coal-fired power projects

NEWS: Environmental concerns, lack of infrastructure and foreign investment hold up 14GW of planned power plants

UK emissions drop - Greenpeace response

UK GHG emissions dropped by 8.4% 2013 - 2014

Search launched for diplomats of tomorrow

On Friday 29 May, university students, experts and policy makers will gather at the prestigious UN headquarters of the International Maritime Organ

Green Climate Fund names 7 investment partners

NEWS: National bodies in Senegal and Peru, non-profit social investors Acumen and Pacific island fund SPREP approved to disburse funds

Green Climate Fund names 7 intermediaries to channel cash

NEWS: National bodies in Senegal and Peru, non-profit social investors Acumen and Pacific island fund SPREP approved to disburse funds
WWF

Earth Hour - the biggest global movement to save the planet - gets support from top EU politicians

MEPs urged to back human rights safeguards on climate finance

NEWS: Hydropower and coal projects funded by rich countries have been linked to human rights abuses, NGOs tell European lawmakers

Norway parliament approves new climate change law

NEWS: Overwhelming majority of lawmakers back plans for country to draft tough new legislation to address greenhouse gas emissions

Green Climate Fund urged to ban coal funding

NEWS: Revelations Japan is using climate funds to invest in coal power put UN's flagship fund under pressure to agree fossil fuel ban

Oxford mock UN climate summit offers lessons for everyone

BLOG: Students at the Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University, are role-playing the Paris talks - can they strike a deal?

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Four years ago David Lewis was diagnosed with skin cancer.

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