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Australian and Indian businesses lead calls for greener energy

NEWS: Volatile fossil fuel prices are encouraging some businesses to source greener forms of power, says Grant Thornton report

EPA data shows US greenhouse gas emissions rising

NEWS: Emissions from 8,000 power plants and major industrial sites in 2013 were up 0.6% on the previous year, says Environmental Protection Agency

US calls for ‘Sputnik’ style drive to save Arctic

NEWS: The US will make climate change its top priority as chair of the Arctic Council, says US Arctic envoy

Save mangroves for people, planet and the economy, says UN

NEWS: Destroying mangrove forests will cost $2 billion a year up to 2050 and contribute to climate change, says UNEP

Rise up against TTIP: Day of action 11 October

Stop the corporate power grab11 October 2014

No greenwash: Investors urged to disclose climate strategy

NEWS: More than 1,000 investors worth US$70 trillion have been challenged to show how they are managing climate risk

The climate marathon has started: it’s time to set the pace

COMMENT: The New York climate summit was a first step says Mohamed Adow. We should stop asking what it achieved, and begin walking

UK set for driest September since records began

NEWS: Provisional Met Office figures suggest that this September will be UK's driest since at least 1910

Hosea: The ecological prophet of loss

Hosea is best known as the prophet who married a prostitute. But, like Song of Songs, the book of Hosea is not only about human and divine love.

EU continues to run an ecological deficit, says new Living Planet Report


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