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In pictures: Turning down the heat on Polar Bear Day

All rights reserved. Credit: ©Cobbing/Greenpeace A young polar bear cub becomes fascinated with a 'reference sphere' used by an architect who...

China’s coal use fell 2.9% in 2014

NEWS: New government statistics indicate significant drop in coal use, with 0.7% drop in 2014 emissions projected by analysts

France and Philippines call for “ambitious” UN climate deal

NEWS: Presidents Hollande and Aquino joined forces to urge all countries to sign up to "universal" deal in Paris this December

Renewables CfD auction - Greenpeace response

Prince Charles mocks climate sceptics in Royal Society speech

NEWS: Climate science is clear, says heir to British throne, and calls on governments to adopt ambitious emissions cutting treaty in Paris

UK warns Brussels against “watering down” EU climate targets

NEWS: Secretary of State Ed Davey writes to Commission, says credibility of Brussels leadership on climate change is at stake

The EU’s attempt to take leadership at UN climate talks is lame

COMMENT: Brussels wins the prize for announcing its climate pledge first, but it has missed an opportunity to ensure Paris helps poorer countries

UNA-UK Chairman backs calls for veto restraint on BBC radio

UNA-UK's Chairman, Sir Jeremy Greenstock, spoke to BBC World Service presenter Dan Damon about a call from Amnesty International to restrain the us

Europe releases vision for Paris climate change deal

NEWS: Brussels climate chief Canete says US and China must follow EU and reveal commitments to a 2015 UN pact

Obama vetoes latest Keystone bill, Republicans vow to return in March

NEWS: Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell plans a new vote no later than 3 March, but override looks unlikely