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New Zealand stresses costs of climate action, looks to carbon markets

NEWS: Government is playing up the challenges of emissions cuts in a consultation on its contribution to a global climate deal

Brazil’s climate plans stall as historic drought hits country

NEWS: Government has promised to deliver ambitious plan to UN, but critics say work on Paris contribution has slowed

Hope Survives: a Nepal Earthquake Appeal update

A village in the mountains

WWF: Corporate leadership moving to match climate science; now need governments to do their part

2C warming goal is a ‘defence line’, governments told

NEWS: Target exposes world's poor to "very high risk" and should be tightened as much as possible, concludes expert dialogue

Leading scientists accused of offering false hope on climate

NEWS: German researcher says climate advisors should admit 2C goal is out of sight, but his critics say long term targets are useful for government

Fossil fuels just pushed CO2 levels to a 3 million-year high

NEWS: Global concentrations of greenhouse gases surpass "significant milestone", US climate science agency says

EU, China set to announce climate pact late summer

NEWS: Carbon markets and green investment flows on agenda for economic superpowers ahead of Paris climate summit

S&P warn climate change will hit corporate credit profiles

NEWS: Transparency from companies on risks posed by global warming likely to become key factor in credit ratings says leading agency

Louis Vuitton to sponsor UN climate summit in Paris

NEWS: French handbag giant set to help fund 2015 conference, say reports, amid concerns meeting will be dominated by big business


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Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:
Today (Wednesday 19th September) people from all walks of life, from Inverness to Paisley to Ab

Being able to cycle more (9 people); feeling safer or more confident cycling (8 people); feeling...

John Ray Initiative:

Are not two sparrows sold for a penny?

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