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Greenland melt linked to warmth from earth’s core

Greenland’s icesheet is melting, at the surface and at its base, but this may be the normal warmth of an active rocky planet

Fracking company ignores request for open debate on Twitter

Yesterday, we asked fracking company Cuadrilla - currently being surrounded by protesters in the Sussex village of Balcombe - for an open,...

Google user’s carbon footprint equal to ‘one mile drive in car’

Users account for the vast majority of its CO2 footprint, but R&D efforts for self-driving cars are also taking their toll.

São Paulo plans for 69% renewable energy by 2020

Morning summary: In its latest energy plan, São Paulo has planned a 55% increase on its current renewable energy by 2020

Rainforest picnic: how to stop eating the Amazon this summer

Andrew Mitchell from the Global Canopy Programme explains how everything we eat and wear is linked to the world's great rainforests

IBM technology could deliver 47% boost to wind generation

Hybrid Renewable Energy Forecasting technology uses cloud imaging, sky-facing cameras, and on-site sensors to gauge wind power

Public pressure getting to Cuadrilla - Greenpeace

Cameron’s fracking pledge dismissed by Northern Irish minister

Environment Minister Mark Durkan says Prime Minister's shale gas stance is encouraging "reckless and irresponsible" behaviour

UK climate resilience levels branded a ‘postcode lottery’

London and Leicester are well equipped to deal with climate change, but other cities are falling behind on adaptation plans

Bankrolling Shell in Nigeria


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Columban JPIC:

Tears flowed down the cheeks of Yudi’s face as he listened to the voice of his mother speaking...

Responding to Climate Change:

ANALYSIS: New study shows a third of 81 surveyed countries have not started work yet on...

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

Politicians cop a fair bit of stick: the media is remorseless; campaigners are seldom satisfied...

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