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The battle for seeds in Colombia

The battle against the corporate control of seeds is a struggle for many around the globe. Our friend Naira talks about the situtation in Colombia.  

UK pledges $1.1 billion to Green Climate Fund

NEWS: London's commitment more than France and Germany despite strong domestic opposition

Green Queen signs up to UK carbon-cutting club

NEWS: British monarchy joins National Trust carbon cutting club to make its palaces greener
WWF

New Green Climate Fund pledges increases political momentum for new global climate agreement

WWF

Green Climate Fund pledges increase political momentum for global climate agreement

TTIP media - from blackout to splurge

While Cameron was wishing for "rocketboosters" to strap on to the beleagured TTIP trade deal, last week saw a whole host of critical voices cropping...

UN Deputy Secretary-General addresses parliamentarians and civil society

During his recent visit to London, Jan Eliasson, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, addressed a meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary

Pacific Islands face bleak future as 1.5C warming target slips away

NEWS: Countries need to accept radical carbon cuts over next decade to avoid worst climate impacts says UN

Dutch wind farm to power Google datacentre

NEWS: Technology giant purchases entire output of Netherlands wind farm, as IKEA makes biggest renewable investment yet

Is it time Taiwan took a seat at the UN climate talks?

ANALYSIS: International support and strong trading links could help Taiwan overcome the China block to UN representation

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All Scottish Councils go to the polls on Thursday 4 May.  You can help make sure the pol

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Four years ago David Lewis was diagnosed with skin cancer.

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