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India's tigers come roaring back according to new report

UK political consensus on climate could crumble like Australia’s

NEWS: Senior Australian Labor Party MP says radicalisation of right could see low carbon policies quickly axed

UK to provide training for Malawi peacekeepers

The UK is to send 20 soldiers to Malawi to train members of the Malawi Defence Forces in peacekeeping operations, prior to the UN mission in the De

Coal lobby plays down divestment fears

NEWS: World Coal Association admits that divestment is a concern for the industry, but says it won't dent growth

Meet the unlikely climate allies bridging divides in UN talks

FEATURE: Mexico, Switzerland and South Korea form a small but influential group that could be critical in building a Paris deal

UN climate chief: Carbon bubble is now a reality

NEWS: Christiana Figueres says there is evidence that fossil fuel investors are already being hit as projects become unviable

Sleepout for Homeless Sunday by Kyra Trewby

In the early hours of Homeless Sunday on 18 January James and Kyra Trewby and a small Columban group joined the Anglican Bishop of Rochester to sle

Climate change threatens staple potato crop in high Andes

NEWS: Rising temperatures and low rainfall endanger the survival of centuries-old Quechua lifestyle in Sacred Valley of the Incas
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WWF and Eneco extend collaboration

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Norway to allow risky Arctic drilling

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