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Jaakko Laajava reaffirms hopes for a WMD-free zone in the Middle East

Ambassador Jaakko Laajava, facilitator of the Middle East Zone free of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs), has said he remains optimistic about the

Insurers told to pull cover from coal companies

NEWS: Climate risks linked to burning coal should make insurers think again before backing industry, says Jeremy Oppenheim

Mary Robinson: Climate deal must respect human rights

INTERVIEW: UN climate envoy and former president of Ireland says clean energy access for the poorest must be a priority

All schools should have solar power - celebrate with Stoneydown

Help more schools go solar - please sign up to Run on Sun.

UN holds landmark gender equality conference

The Commission on the Status of Women met in New York this month to assess gender equality globally.

UK government Green Bank to invest in Africa and India

NEWS: State-backed bank given £200 million to back overseas clean development projects and boost private sector funding flows

UK climate consensus fails to convince green groups

SKETCH: Fracking, aviation and Brexit spark heated debate at Greener Britain Hustings - which does not win over environmentalists

From the tropical heat of Manila to snow in London… (by Adrian Dixon)

Adrian Dixon is a teacher based in London.

Coal mining banned in India’s Mahan forest

NEWS: Campaigners claim victory after Ministry of Coal confirms a controversial coal block in sensitive forest will not be auctioned

US coal crash ‘serves as a warning’ to fossil fuel investors

NEWS: At least 26 US coal companies have gone bankrupt in the last three years, finds Carbon Tracker, in a sign of things to come

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Four years ago David Lewis was diagnosed with skin cancer.

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