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Thousands urge European Commission to ditch biodiversity offsetting

As the European Commission concludes its consultation on biodiversity offsetting, almost 10,000 people and nearly 60 organisations (including us)...

Brazilian tribesman takes his forest message global

INTERVIEW: As Brazil's government goes cool on forest protection, an indigenous leader speaks up for his people's role

Global shipping emissions set to rise unchecked

NEWS: Greenhouse gas emissions from shipping will rise up to 250% by 2050, finds study, as the UN fails to regulate the sector

Julia Gillard: Tony Abbott’s climate policies are a “con”

NEWS: Former PM launches blistering critique of current leader in autobiography account of Australia's carbon tax battle

Is the incoming European president planning on removing ISDS from the EU-USA trade deal?

Dutch journalist Caroline de Gruyter,

Qingdao prepares China’s 8th regional carbon market

NEWS: A Chinese city of 9 million people is getting in on emissions trading, despite being left out of an official pilot programme

Spokes in UK Parliament

Our member Mark Lazarowicz MP complimented Spokes and Pedal on Parliament

Sweden calls on EU to agree 50% carbon cuts for 2030

NEWS: Stockholm says target would be in line with region's capabilities, days before key meeting in Brussels

Biodiversity: the ‘stepchild’ of international talks

INTERVIEW: With little hard cash on the table at UN summit, biodiversity champions seek to link up with mainstream agendas

Emissions aren’t the only danger, says Greenpeace founder

NEWS: Veteran of early green movement speaks out about the danger of neglecting other issues that threaten the planet

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Party leaders support drive for positive climate action
SCCS-Caroline:

The leaders of Scotland’s political parties including First Minister Nicola Sturgeon came

UNISON:

29 September 2016 Embargo: 00.01hrs Friday 30 September 2016

Unicef:

Unicef has revised its humanitarian appeal for Nigeria from US$ 55 million to US$ 115 million to...

All We Can:

As a result of the generous response of supporters to its Refugee Appeal All We Can has been...

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