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Climate change boosting risks of conflict in fragile states – report

NEWS: Briefing for UK aid workers says climate-related factors are making the world increasingly unstable

Is there any way to slow aviation’s soaring emissions?

ANALYSIS: Emissions from planes are a major clause of climate change, yet they remain unregulated. What can be done?

Warming world already causing dramatic changes, say scientists

NEWS: Fish, forests, birds and wildflowers affected by a wide range of impacts – human and natural – from global warming say researchers

David Attenborough: Senior politicians in denial on climate risk

NEWS: TV naturalist calls out scepticism in governments ahead of a politically important year in fight against global warming

Nuclear faces tough 2015 as renewables growth soars

NEWS: Governments are still spending billions on nuclear research, but it looks like being an unhappy new year for the industry

Can rich nations dodge the bill for historic carbon emissions?

COMMENT: A global climate deal must be grounded in sound moral principles if it is to protect the most vulnerable

Bianca Jagger: Amazon tribes “under siege” from developers

INTERVIEW: Drive for oil, gas and hydropower threatens communities who can protect rainforest warns veteran campaigner

New Year Cycling Resolutions?? .. Act instead!!

Keep yourself busy over the holiday (and after) .. We’ve a few suggestions ..

NO LONGER SLAVES, BUT BROTHERS AND SISTERS, 1 JANUARY 2015

MESSAGE OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS, FOR THE CELEBRATION OF THE WORLD DAY OF PEACE 1 JANUARY 2015 NO LONGER SLAVES, BUT BROTHERS AND SISTERS 1.

Connie Hedegaard: India should ‘reconsider’ climate strategy

NEWS: Outgoing EU climate chief hopes China-US carbon cutting pact will encourage other major economies to follow

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John Ray Initiative:

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All We Can:

On Friday 21 April, 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to maintain the commitment made by...

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