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Panama rainforest tribes settle UN REDD dispute

Bitter dispute over indigenous people's forest rights resolved, paving the way for implementation of forest protection scheme

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Hypocrisy, blackmail and power politics: same old WTO

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Thousands dying from coal pollution in China – study

The Guardian: Hundreds of thousands of children still at risk from dangerous levels of air pollution as poisonous smog fills cities, study says

Chevron v Ecuador: the big oil battle where everyone’s a loser

Few willing to take responsibility for cleaning up waste as bitter 20 year fight over oil pollution heads for another legal judgement

FIFA to ‘offset’ Brazil World Cup emissions

Thursday's top 5 - FIFA to offset the 2.72 million tonnes of CO2, pilots told to learn to land in smog, coal emissions cause quarter of a million d

John Lewis switches to 100% renewable energy

Retail giant joins the ranks of Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury's and Ikea by investing in clean technology to cut emissions

Carbon dioxide’s effect on global warming ‘understimated’

The sensitivity of the Earth system to a doubling of atmospheric carbon dioxide may be twice as great as scientists had thought

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ADB approves $900m loan for Pakistan coal plant – but will it be the last?

Asian Development Bank support critical for construction of new power station, raising questions over funder's climate change strategy


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