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CO2 level nears 400ppm climate milestone

Mauna Loa monitoring station can be tracked on Twitter as concentration edges toward levels not seen for 3.2m years

News: Pensioner faces legal bill of £173,000 in St Andrews legal challenge

A ruling from the highest court in the UK today (24 April 2013) means that campaigning pensioner Penny Uprichard faces a legal bill of over £173,00

Greenpeace activists board Australian coal export vessel

Action aimed to highlight country's contribution to rising levels of carbon dioxide in atmosphere

Telling the Arctic Truth

“Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.” — Oscar Wilde With so much at stake in...

Barclays AGM: Protestors to target Barclays for gambling on food

Imports send UK CO2 emissions up 10% since 1993

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

News: Scottish Coal sites create risk to the environment

Friends of the Earth Scotland today (24 April 2013) called on the Scottish Government to ensure that opencast mine sites abandoned by Scottish Coal

Why childrens’ climate concerns should inspire politicians

Kids in the UK worry about the impact of climate change at home and in poorer countries, politicians should take note, writes UNICEF's Jazmin Burge

Unpredictable British winters ‘killing birds’

It is not just the extreme cold that birds have had to cope with in recent British winters but the unpredictability with which the weather often no

How should we communicate climate change?

In his second column, Transition Town Berkhamstead member John Bell debates what the best strategies for discussing the risks of climate change are

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UNA-UK:

UNA-UK joins with international experts seeking to inform the work of a new independent Panel on...

Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Key Obama advisor says US-China pact could be vulnerable if climate sceptic takes White...

World Development Movement:

Today in Parliament 241 MPs voted in favour of the Clive Efford's private member's bill aimed at...

Columban JPIC:

John Nightingale is the Chairman of Jubilee Debt Campaign, Birmingham.

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