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World Bank calls on leaders to make “sacrifices” in climate fight

NEWS: Jim Kim says 1.5C warming could already be locked into Earth's system, calls on governments to act fast

UNA-UK contributes to expert briefing book on reforming UN peace operations

UNA-UK joins with international experts seeking to inform the work of a new independent Panel on UN Peace Operations.

Podesta: Next president could make or break US climate plans

NEWS: Key Obama advisor says US-China pact could be vulnerable if climate sceptic takes White House in 2016

World Bank signs up to 100 million clean cookstove drive

NEWS: Development bank hands over $60 million in push to end indoor harmful air pollution affecting millions

Efford’s NHS bill passes first reading - another blow to TTIP

Today in Parliament 241 MPs voted in favour of the Clive Efford's private member's bill aimed at preventing the privatisation of the NHS and 18 MPs

Three reasons to be optimistic about climate finance flows

COMMENT: Latest data shows climate funds dropped $28 billion in 2013, there are signs for hope, argues Barbara Buchner

How are Rwanda, Ethiopia and Bangladesh preparing for climate change?

ANALYSIS: Better information and more financial support essential for poor countries to prepare for future impacts, say IIED

Ed Miliband: Copenhagen was necessary failure on road to Paris

NEWS: Some failures to be expected when trying to achieve difficult and important tasks, argues UK Labour leader

India and China agree to discuss HFC cuts under Montreal Protocol

NEWS: Delhi and Beijing drop opposition to talks on limiting use of climate-warming gases used in refrigeration

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John Nightingale is the Chairman of Jubilee Debt Campaign, Birmingham.

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