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Events: Coal-Bed Methane: What it Means for Falkirk and Stirling

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Pollution helps clouds to slow global warming

Clouds are sending more sunlight back out into space because pollution from human activities is making them more reflective

The EU passes regulation to protect bees – will it be so considerate towards people?

News: Climate Update - April 2013

TOP LINE: April was cooler and wetter than average but also very sunny, being the 10th sunniest April on record

Prince Charles slams climate change sceptics

RTCC’s daily round-up of the top climate change and green economy stories from around the world

Comment: why it’s time for a global price on carbon

Writing for RTCC, former Japanese climate Ambassador Yoshi Nishimura says a global carbon market could curb warming & raise funds for the low c

Rules to measure climate ambition could be agreed at UN summit in Warsaw

Climate Action Network says UN should host ‘equity review’ to establish indicators countries can use to assess climate ambition

Climate ambition criteria set to face UN debate in Warsaw

Climate Action Network says UN should host ‘equity review’ to establish indicators countries can use to assess climate ambition

Climate finance: the elephant that’s not even in the room

Lack of progress on climate finance flows could fatally undermine attempts to broker a global deal in 2015

EU carbon price crisis spreads to Australia

Tax cuts promised on back of carbon levy revenues postponed as low prices in Europe affect Aussie policy

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