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Solomon Islands town to relocate as climate pressures mount

NEWS: Plans are afoot to move an entire town to the mainland as climate impacts threaten to wipe out Taro Island

Politicians must take on transport “taboos” to curb emissions

NEWS: Technology alone will not cut transport emissions enough, say researchers - the rich must travel less

Climate and weather science merge as forecasts improve

INTERVIEW: Climate scientists can learn from weather forecasters about giving practical advice, says meteorological expert

Government challenged over misleading fracking consultation

Project survival: How Pacific island youth are facing down climate change

COMMENT: As they age, Pacific youth could watch their homelands sink to a watery myth. They're not going down without a fight

Oil majors gambling US$91bn on 20 high-risk projects

NEWS: Tar sands and deep sea oil projects are bad for business as well as the environment, analysts warn

Fishing for funds – are there any rules?

It is funny what people say when you tell them you work in conservation. Their reactions are very varied, depending on how you describe it.
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Human impact on glacier melt increasing – study

NEWS: Scientific studies show increasing human impact on glaciers; Antarctic ice melt faster than thought

New York climate march swells to global movement

NEWS: People's Climate March spreads across six countries, as activists aim to raise the profile of UN climate summit

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