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New power plants lock countries in to rapid emissions growth

NEWS: As countries build more fossil fuel power plants, they are committing to rapidly increasing emissions

Why carbon markets should top Ban Ki-moon’s climate agenda

INTERVIEW: Carbon markets cut emissions at the right price, says Dirk Forrister, and next month's summit is a chance to get public support

TTIP and the Scottish independence referendum

Whatever the outcome of the independence referendum on 18 September, everyone in Scotland would like to see a Scotland able to exert control over its...

Political uncertainty slows renewable energy growth – IEA

NEWS: Slowdown in expansion of clean energy market threatens climate change objectives, analysts say

Chile set to pass Latin America’s second carbon tax

NEWS: Proposed tax reforms will make polluters pay US$5 per tonne of carbon emissions

Why health and climate experts must work together

COMMENT: Using climate knowledge to manage health risks saves lives

WHO urges action on climate change to protect health

NEWS: First ever global climate and health conference highlights twin benefits of action on air pollution

Pope Francis petitioned to drop fossil fuel investments

NEWS: Pressure mounts on Vatican to join other religious institutions in divesting from coal, oil and gas

Anti-coal protesters flock to German-Polish border

NEWS: Greenpeace estimates 7,500 people from 28 countries joined hands to fight lignite mining plans

Why we need to stop talking about ‘geoengineering’

COMMENT: Lumping all 'geoengineering' techniques under one label risks making sensible options guilty by association

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UNISON:

Today I’m in Llandudno for the Wales TUC conference.

UNA-UK:

Meet the Brits working to support peace across the globe and thank them for their global service...

Columban JPIC:

May 24th is the date designated by Pope Benedict  XVI as a World Day of Prayer for the Church of...

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