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Smart windows could spark energy efficiency revolution

US window coating can stop around 50% of heat and 70% of visible light, generating huge energy savings

Climate Friendly BoA 2013 Business Plan

Giant polar bear set to invade London

Greenpeace's latest Arctic campaign is a double decker sized polar bear marched through London by 15 puppeteers

Your iPhone uses more energy than a refridgerator

Smart phone users that consume a huge amount of data are contributing to climate change says new report

New Zealand commits to 5% emissions reduction target

Critics say weakened target is another example of the current government's climate change 'coma'

Ecuador abandons Yasuni initiative to stop Amazon drilling

Morning summar: Ecuador had sought US$3.6 billion in contributions to maintain a moratorium on drilling, but claims it has only received US$13 mill

Government fails to protect communities from fracking

Don't let the Government ignore us - make your voice count

Biofuels could increase UK motor costs by £224 million per year

ActionAid report says biofuel costs are likely to send petrol bills spiralling, but producers disagree

Egypt failing to uphold its responsibility to protect

The Egyptian interim government has declared a state of emergency after protests and riots broke out in response to a violent crackdown on supporte

Will climate change hit maize and wheat production?

Different models offer conflicting predictions on future crop yields, confusing scientists and the public alike

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A Rocha:

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Responding to Climate Change:

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by-nc. Credit: Jiri Rezac A giant fracking monster outside Parliament on Monday...

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