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LIVE: Global day of action as people march for the climate

Thousands of people are showing their support for climate action in marches across the world, culminating in New York
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People's Climate March to put leaders on notice

Memorable Moments by Bike

If you’re looking for achievement, pleasure, excitement, if you don’t mind the occasional disaster and love the unexpected – try getting out on you

Green Bonds: engaging investors for the climate

PRESS RELEASE: Green bonds are making environmental lending more visible and transparent, says European Investment Bank

Population explosion lowers chance of managing climate change

NEWS: Analysis shows 80% probability that planet’s population will rise this century, with serious implications and climate change

Twitter watch: Who to follow at UN climate summit

BLOG: Keep an eye on these Twitter accounts to keep afloat of the Ban Ki-moon #TwitterStorm

Ban Ki-moon climate summit: a bluffer’s guide

ANALYSIS: Leaders from all corners of the globe will be in New York for a one-off climate meeting. Here's what you need to know

SCCS response to outcome of Scottish independence referendum

Responding to the result of the Scottish independence referendum, Tom Ballantine, Chair of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland said:

People’s Climate March – for our common future

On 23 September, 120 world leaders – including Prime Minister David Cameron – will meet for an historic climate change summit in New York.

People power is the winner in the Scottish independence referendum

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