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MRDF's response to no aid legislation in Queen's Speech

Responding to today's Queen's Speech, Maurice Adams, MRDF's Chief Executive, said:

Research partnership PhDs

Below are further details of some of the projects being proposed as part of this partnership between Oxford Earth Sciences and Shell

Pedunculate oak, a national species for Britain?

BBC Wildlife magazine is running a poll to find out the country’s favourite national species and we’re championing the pedunculate oak.

G8 set to discuss climate change

Queen’s Speech confirms climate change will be discussed at forthcoming summit, despite reports UK had blocked issue from agenda

Taking local action against food speculation

Rising temperatures threaten Africa cassava crops

Plant which is a staple food crop for millions of people across Africa is at risk from disease as regional temperatures rise, scientists say

Berlin climate talks end with pledge to ‘inspire and enable’ action

Petersberg Climate Dialogue concludes with acknowledgement that world is on course to break 2 degrees Celsius barrier

Framework of global climate deal starts to emerge

Last week's round of UN climate change talks in Bonn offered an insight into what a binding emissions treaty could look like

US defends plan for countries to set their own climate goals

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

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Responding to Climate Change:

BLOG: Who has shown some cool, green leadership this month… And who is heating up the planet?

World Development Movement:

Last night I was defending the proposition that wealth needs to be aggressively reduced,...

A Rocha:

The book of Jonah is short and contains just one story.