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WDM activists learn from European struggles

Norway's offshore drilling puts Arctic Ocean at risk

All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace As Norway pushes further into the Arctic with offshore oil drilling, the...

Rekindling European food sovereignty links

The Attac summer university, a gathering of over 2,700 people from across Europe, is the perfect place to form and maintain European alliances. Here...

What would a fair UN climate change deal look like?

ANALYSIS: New equity calculator says UK needs to cut emissions 94% by 2020, US by 73% and China just 9.4%

Human chain to protest coal mining in Germany and Poland

NEWS: Activists will form an 8km line between two villages threatened by opencast lignite mines, to highlight climate change risks

August’s climate thermometer: who’s hot, and who’s not?

BLOG: Who has shown some cool, green leadership this August… And who is heating up the planet?

Massive Loss of Elephants in the Mara Serengeti Ecosystem concerns Conservationists


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On the Germany-Poland border, thousands are protesting a huge coal mine

All rights reserved. Credit: Jörg Gläscher / Greenpeace Lignite mining near Jaenschwalde, Germany Image caption: ...

Atlantic heat sink explains global warming “pause” – study

NEWS: Heat sinking into the Atlantic Ocean accounts for a slowdown in air temperature rises, scientists find


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Following the UK's vote to leave the EU, the UN Secretary-General has affirmed that the UK will...

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