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The IPCC reports on the state of climate change

Developing nations ‘equally to blame’ for climate change – report

Deciding which countries have contributed most to climate change depends on how you calculate historic and current emissions

NOAA: August 2013 temperatures fourth highest on record

August the 342nd consecutive month with a global temperature above the 20th century average

Southern Africa set to be hit by climate related migration

Southern Africa could be among areas hardest hit by climate change.

News: Dart Energy Climb-Down on Legal Threat to Friends of the Earth Scotland Director

A threat of legal action to restrict the freedom of speech of Scotland’s leading environmental campaign group director, Dr Richard Dixon

Methane capture equipment can cut fracking emissions by 99%

Methane capture equipment can ensure fugitive emissions from wells are dramatically reduced says study

Colombian farmers protest for much needed reform.

Action against the Arms Fair – What do you think?

Fruits of Fulflood says "Eat local"


Are EU carmakers presenting artificially low emission data?

Real world driving can see cars emit 25% more CO2 than manufacturers claim on advertisements says International Council on Clean Transportation


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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Even icy Lapland faces diminished snowfall as Finland warms over twice the rate of global...

Columban JPIC:

Parish visit to St Anne’s, Timms Lane, Formby, Archdiocese of Liverpool, by Fr.

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