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Food for all, not for profit: the quest for food sovereignty

Women’s Environmental Network is proud to be part of a growing food sovereignty movement, and as our very own Connie Hunter explains in

China’s Xi Jinping likely to skip UN climate summit

NEWS: Chinese premier latest head of state to miss Ban Ki-moon's much heralded gathering

CREATION TIME 1 Sept – 4 Oct 2014

1 September – 1 October is celebrated as CREATION TIME by Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, Council of European Churches and many other gro

Telling the story of a green economy

ANALYSIS: Advocates for a green economy need a narrative to compete with that of the free market

Apollo mark two: UK climate envoy champions greentech fund

NEWS: Sir David King seeks US$10-20 billion for Global Apollo Programme to fund low carbon research

Islands leader calls for ‘world’s greatest climate alliance’

COMMENT: Islands leaders are bored with finger pointing, says Marshallese President: it is time to act

Water shortage could hit China’s fracking plans

NEWS: Race to exploit shale gas resources could be hit by low levels of freshwater supplies, critical for drilling

Why does NATO still downplay climate threats?

ANALYSIS: With Ukraine and Afghanistan dominating this year's Summit agenda, will NATO ever take climate change seriously?

African farmers urgently need “climate-smart” investment – report

NEWS: Climate change will mean more failed harvests, without investment in new seed varieties and farming techniques

Arctic expedition pioneers technique for polar bear research


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