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Criminal deforestation poses growing climate threat

NEWS: Foreign demand for agricultural products worth an estimated $61 billion is driving rates of deforestation

Development banks promise to back climate action

NEWS: Six major funders say they have provided US$ 75 billion since 2011 and will increase cooperation on low carbon finance

Frack Free Fernhurst: does exactly what it says on the tin

All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace Local campaigners celebrate after the announcement Image caption:  Local...

After the floods, India investigates climate change links

NEWS: Poor planning blamed again as thousands in India and Pakistan are forced out of homes by intense rainfall

Jonathon Porritt: I have not sold out to the palm oil sector

INTERVIEW: Veteran UK environmentalist defends industry-backed study that will endorse some forest clearance

People still not recycling in the home: how to break down the barriers

You know LEGO partners with Shell. Did you know Shell lobbies against the environment?

Finance finally on horizon for UN’s Green Climate Fund

COMMENT: Civil society observer says latest meeting of flagship green fund has left her cautiously optimistic

UN climate summit set for major carbon pricing announcement

INTERVIEW: World Bank's Rachel Kyte tells RTCC global support for valuing CO2 will surprise many critics

Amazon rate of deforestation increased by 29% between 2012-2013

5,891 square kilometres were lost during July 2012 and August 2013. Pará and Mato Grosso states lead forest loss.


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Cuts to local government grant and extra spending commitments for local authorities add up to a...

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

With the Paris climate summit approaching, the Chancellor’s green-bashing is a reminder that the...

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