Member stories


Earth Hour - the biggest global movement to save the planet - gets support from top EU politicians

MEPs urged to back human rights safeguards on climate finance

NEWS: Hydropower and coal projects funded by rich countries have been linked to human rights abuses, NGOs tell European lawmakers

Norway parliament approves new climate change law

NEWS: Overwhelming majority of lawmakers back plans for country to draft tough new legislation to address greenhouse gas emissions

Green Climate Fund urged to ban coal funding

NEWS: Revelations Japan is using climate funds to invest in coal power put UN's flagship fund under pressure to agree fossil fuel ban

Oxford mock UN climate summit offers lessons for everyone

BLOG: Students at the Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University, are role-playing the Paris talks - can they strike a deal?

Jaakko Laajava reaffirms hopes for a WMD-free zone in the Middle East

Ambassador Jaakko Laajava, facilitator of the Middle East Zone free of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs), has said he remains optimistic about the

Insurers told to pull cover from coal companies

NEWS: Climate risks linked to burning coal should make insurers think again before backing industry, says Jeremy Oppenheim

Mary Robinson: Climate deal must respect human rights

INTERVIEW: UN climate envoy and former president of Ireland says clean energy access for the poorest must be a priority

All schools should have solar power - celebrate with Stoneydown

Help more schools go solar - please sign up to Run on Sun.

UN holds landmark gender equality conference

The Commission on the Status of Women met in New York this month to assess gender equality globally.