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Ban Ki-moon climate summit: a bluffer’s guide

ANALYSIS: Leaders from all corners of the globe will be in New York for a one-off climate meeting. Here's what you need to know

SCCS response to outcome of Scottish independence referendum

Responding to the result of the Scottish independence referendum, Tom Ballantine, Chair of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland said:

People’s Climate March – for our common future

On 23 September, 120 world leaders – including Prime Minister David Cameron – will meet for an historic climate change summit in New York.

People power is the winner in the Scottish independence referendum

Ban Ki-moon receives names of six million people calling for protection of the Arctic

Devolved powers for Scotland could boost low-carbon energy

NEWS: Scotland can continue its low carbon ambitions as part of a still-united UK, says climate organisation

Greg Barker handed new role as UK envoy on climate change

NEWS: Former UK climate change minister Greg Barker will join prime minister David Cameron in New York

Why I’m marching for climate change this weekend

INTERVIEW: RTCC speaks to five fresh faces on the climate scene on what has inspired them to march at the weekend

Norway to pledge US$300m for forest protection

NEWS: Peru's lead climate negotiator says Ban Ki-moon climate summit will catalyse action such as Norway deal
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Commission hides data showing cheaper 2030 energy efficiency target

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UNA-UK:

Following the vote to leave the EU, UNA-UK will work with its members and supporters to engage...

UNISON:

UNISON’s new president is Eric Roberts, it was announced today.

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