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Tropical Cyclone Pam hits Vanuatu capital

NEWS: Climate change links unclear as winds of up to 200mph leave trail of destruction in Tuvalu, Kiribati and the Solomon Islands

Climate change weekly wrap (March #2) – news, video + analysis

NEWSLETTER: All you need to know from the last seven days of international climate change and energy politics

It’s the Time to Act march – so let the sunshine in...

Today it’s the Time to Act march, calling on our government to take action on climate change. And not just tokenistic action.

UN to tackle finance question in disaster risk deal

NEWS: Countries are set to sign a disaster risk reduction deal in Sendai next week, with important links to climate adaptation

Incoming UK Ambassador to the UN discusses UN's packed agenda

Speaking at yesterday’s meeting of the UN All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG), incoming UK Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Matthew

Arctic gas “will have its day” says Norway foreign minister

NEWS: UN climate deal will not rule out gas from North Pole, says Børge Brende, arguing fuel is a "bridge" to cleaner future

Gender and Climate Change Workshop at MMU

On 6th March 2015, WEN’s Connie Hunter headed up to Manchester to deliver a workshop on ‘

John Kerry: investment in coal is “simply destructive”

NEWS: Top US diplomat says subsidies for coal should be slashed, calls for action at G20 and APEC ahead of Paris climate talks

World’s carbon emission growth levelled off in 2014

NEWS: Carbon levels still rising fast but IEA says stall in last 12 months indicates new clean energy policies may be having an impact

Integer leven in een gebroken wereld

Vertaald uit het Engels door Matty van Leijenhorst. De aarde verliest steeds meer van haar natuur.


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John Ray Initiative:

The UK’s regulations on Data Protection are changing on 25th May 2018 and JRI is carrying out...


The First Minister launched the Route Map to an Energy Efficient S

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