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Warming winters send Florida’s mangroves north

Mangroves are colonising new areas in northern Florida, moving up the coast because the frequency of very frosty days is falling

UK’s chief climate scientist honoured by government

Tuesday's top five: Julia Slingo appointed Dame, Abbott advisor cans climate science, New York City slashes emissions

Out with the old, in with the new?

Today’s consumer culture takes a love of new starts to extremes. Fed up with your clothing, computer, phone or furniture?

A Rocha : 30 ans… …ou l’éternité ?

En 2013, nous avons célébré les trente ans d’A Rocha.

China launches fifth carbon trading zone

Plans for seven pilot schemes by 2014 on course, as government ramps up efforts to cut pollution

News: Frack-free Scotland in 2014?

The outcome of the UK’s first public inquiry into unconventional gas could help determine whether we will enjoy a frack-free future for Scotland in

Warming climate could push Amazon region into further poverty

Peru’s efforts to reduce poverty are at risk from the effects of climate change, one example of the problems facing the wider Amazonia region in a

Drought will be 20% more frequent by end of century say scientists

Research team says many more people will go short of water as the world warms, but who and where, remains uncertain

Amazon forest loss threatens Brazil, Peru, Bolivia and Ecudaor

Water, food supplies and energy production are all in jeopardy as the Amazon forest is felled for profit, campaigners say

Rich nations could face climate compensation legal challenge

Monday's top five: Huhne warns of loss and damage threat, China eyes Amazon oil, UK set for country's largest solar farm


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Responding to Climate Change:

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Climate Friendly Bradford on Avon:

Winchester Action on Climate Change:

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