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Scientists confirm Clean Air Act ‘restored ecosystems’ in USA

Despite intense criticism from businesses and power companies, scientists reveal the USA's Clean Air Act did work

Kevin Rudd: Australia opposition “walking away” from climate change

Morning summary: opposition leader Tony Abbott says he will not increase funding to reduce Australia's greenhouse gas emissions

Comment: it’s time to make the UN climate talks more accessible

International negotiations are often long, complicated, difficult to understand - but Joy Hyvarinen from Field argues it doesn't have to be this wa

Will EBRD be the bad boy of international development finance?

Time to Act! Wake up to Climate Change

Since 1980 we have lost 75% of the Arctic. As the ice melts, unique and already endangered species are put under increasing pressure to survive....

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EU pledges €150,000 to relieve drought in Marshall Islands

As world leaders prepare to discuss climate threat facing the Pacific Islands, EU pledges to provide water to 6,400 islanders

Pakistan’s climate change laws

What is one of the world's most climate vulnerable countries doing to address the causes and consequences of global warming?

Is it time to devolve climate change policy making?

Nick Harrison from Ecofys explains why sub-national actors need more input into UN monitored Nationally-Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs)

Kerry: Pacific Islands need urgent climate support

US Secretary of State John Kerry says he is committed to working closely with small island leaders to guarantee future survival


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Responding to Climate Change:

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To mark the United Nations' 70th year, UNA-UK invites communities across the UK to discover the...

Winchester Action on Climate Change:
UK GHG emissions dropped by 8.4% 2013 - 2014

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