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Natalie Samarasinghe becomes UNA-UK's first female Executive Director

Natalie Samarasinghe has been appointed Executive Director of UNA-UK with effect from 1 July 2013.

Australian businesses back emissions trading scheme

Almost 99% of Australian businesses have shown support for an emissions trading scheme but it could cost the government several billion dollars in

Obama launches $7bn African energy plan

Scheme will support US companies to enter market with goal of doubling energy access in sub-Saharan Africa

July/August ‘Far East’ Out Now

The latest issue of the Far East magazine is arriving in supporters’ homes this week.  In this issue, the inner strength of a rape victim in Taiwan

China leads nuclear energy expansion in Asia

Morning Briefing: China at centre of Asia nuclear energy expansion

Obama plan could define 2015 UN climate deal

Experts say US carbon cutting plans may indicate how far it will be willing to go in its commitment under the new global climate treaty

Obama pledges to help stop wildlife crime in Africa

Building a global climate movement at Global Power Shift

Phoebe, Tara and Tom have joined over 500 young climate activists this week in Istanbul rising to stop climate change

News: Dart in talks with SEPA over Canonbie fracking permits

Commenting on the news that Dart Energy do not plan to use fracking permits at Canonbie Friends of the Earth Scotland Campaigns Co-ordinator Mary C

Future Perfect: rural paradise or heavenly city?

Conservationists and wildlife enthusiasts often appear anti-urban. ‘Natural living’ seems to mean escaping from buildings, traffic and crowds.


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Responding to Climate Change:

BLOG: Who has shown some cool, green leadership this month… And who is heating up the planet?

World Development Movement:

Last night I was defending the proposition that wealth needs to be aggressively reduced,...

A Rocha:

The book of Jonah is short and contains just one story.