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UNA-UK delegation visits China

A delegation from UNA-UK led by Peace and Security Programmes Manager, James Kearney, s

China Revealed

In a new interview, Fr.

Bangladesh rated world’s most vulnerable country to climate change

A third of global economic output worth $44 trillion is likely to face ‘high’ or ‘extreme’ risk as a result of global warming

US Treasury ends international funding for coal-fired power plants

Morning summary: US announces end to international coal funding; three US states sign global warming agreement with British Columbia; and Australia

EU-backed energy projects will harm people and the environment in the Western Balkans


Companies disclose ecological footprint of 82 million tonnes of pulp and paper

The pedestrian pound: the business case for better streets and places

Resource type: Report Author: Eilís Lawlor Just Economics Publisher:  Living Streets Published date:  2013 Chapters in this report...

Reclaiming city streets for people: Chaos or quality of life?

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Regulating cars and buses in cities: the case of pedestrianisation in Oxford

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Climate Change RAP

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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Washington primed to outline scale of carbon cuts but other developed countries and...


To mark the United Nations' 70th year, UNA-UK invites communities across the UK to discover the...

Winchester Action on Climate Change:
UK GHG emissions dropped by 8.4% 2013 - 2014

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