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Three April events PoP up

The latest Spokesworker is out – with a call to help at Pedal on Parliament, news of 2 long-distance route events, and lots more local and national

IPCC must issue shorter, less frequent reports, says reviewer

NEWS: Shorter reports produced once a decade could ease pressure on scientists responsible for enormous scientific overview

Renewables grow, even as investment drops – UNEP report

NEWS: Renewable energy grew to produce 8.5% of total electricity in 2013, including 44% of new installations

UNA-UK remembers Rwanda and calls for UK to strengthen approach to R2P

Today, 7 April 2014, marks 20 years since the beginning of the genocide in Rwanda.

Take a Break From Cleaning; Come to our Annual Spring Gathering!

Finally, it’s spring. Come celebrate with WEN and Tower Hamlet Community Housing!

Executive Director addresses post-2015 meeting at the Danish Embassy

On 2 April, UNA-UK Executive Director Natalie Samarasinghe and Research Officer Mrinalini Singh attended a meeting on the post-2015 successor frame

Adaptation as complicated as cutting emissions – UN disasters envoy

NEWS: Governments must not see adaptation as 'politically easy' way out of tackling climate change, says Margareta Wahlström

Economists defend estimates of climate cost

NEWS: Putting price tag on climate change is key in spurring politicians into action, say economists, lawyers and scientists

WWF launches European elections campaign calling on MEP candidates to pledge for the environment

Christabels Feat for Freedom


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