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Climate impacts fuelling South Sudan war says minister

NEWS: Environment chief Deng Deng Hoc Yai says climate and conflict should be addressed as single issue

Island states invoke IPCC report at climate negotiations

NEWS: Low lying island countries at risk from sea level rise are pushing for tougher climate action ahead of Bonn talks

The 'get lost zone' - a novel concept in international law

All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace Statoil has belatedly launched legal challenges to occupation of the Apollo drill site by the...

One month to UN Forum - message from the Executive Director

UNA-UK's acclaimed UN Forum is now just one month away.

Antarctic ice sheet history suggests role in rapid sea level rise

NEWS: New study suggests melting Antarctic ice sheet contributed to rapid sea level rise 15,000 years ago

Brazil drought fuels World Cup blackouts fear

NEWS: Water reserves at hydropower plants, which produce 70% of country's power, and now at record lows

China expects to launch national carbon market in 2018

Launch of Chinese national carbon market would galvanise global climate action

On Peacekeepers Day, sign our petition for more UK support

Each year on 29 May, UNA-UK marks the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers.

UK solar capacity passes 3 gigawatts –data

NEWS: UK solar industry forges ahead into world's top 10, but insiders warn subsidy cuts could hit prospects

Obama’s new carbon cutting plans ‘critical’ to UN climate talks

NEWS: Yvo de Boer says tough new legislation will send global message that US is serious about 2015 Paris deal


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