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New York climate march swells to global movement

NEWS: People's Climate March spreads across six countries, as activists aim to raise the profile of UN climate summit

Why New Zealand did not accept ‘world’s first climate refugees’

ANALYSIS: Experts refute claims that Tuvalu family asylum could open floodgates for others fleeing climate impacts

Marine power sector slows as tough environment takes toll

NEWS: Global tidal power set to generate 180MW by 2020 says Bloomberg, a fall on previous estimates

US-Australia “meeting of minds” on climate – US official

NEWS: US and Australian government saw convergence on climate during annual meeting, despite polarised domestic policies

India’s Modi snubs Ban Ki-moon climate summit

NEWS: Low odds of new prime minister attending key meeting, with claims it clashes with travel schedule

Youth raise climate awareness in flood-hit Balkans

INTERVIEWS: A new generation of post-Communist youth are leading the fight against climate change in the Balkans

India demands rich countries “walk the talk” on climate

NEWS: Latest meeting of leading emerging economies ends with leadership challenge to developed world

UK could deploy drones to combat flooding

BLOG: Aerial footage could assess flood defences and offer early warning for water companies charged with protecting households

Reclaim the Power!

Fracking is just one example of how the corporate grip on power is getting stronger in the UK. Therefore the World Development Movement will be at...

Activist August

This August the World Development Movement will be going to Reclaim the Power in Blackpool and the Attac’s European Summer University in Paris to l

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UNISON:

UNISON will be making its mark on the 148th TUC Congress in Brighton...

All We Can:

On Monday 26 September All We Can supporter Barbara Illingworth from Holmer Green Methodist...

Columban JPIC:

As Columbans begin their pilgrim journey toward the centenary year of the Society in 2018,...

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