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CFBoA July 2014 newsletter

China could reveal carbon cap by first quarter of 2015

NEWS: Chief climate negotiator says research into when emissions will peak is ongoing, but suggests country could accept CO2 cap

Pulgar Vidal: UN on course to deliver draft climate text

NEWS: Peru's environment minister calls on delegates to "avoid stress and anguish" and cooperate closely

UN and National Geographic atlases illustrate climate impacts

NEWS: Two new atlases show the retreat of Arctic ice and the human and economic price exacted by extreme weather
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Plans to build new runway ‘not rooted in real world’ say leading green groups

Green groups protest transatlantic trade deal

NEWS: Green activists are protesting a trans-Atlantic trade deal they say could harm the environment

Meet the sceptics: why science can’t compete with beachballs

SKETCH: Controversial climate economist Richard Tol speaks in the UK parliament - when he can get a word in edgeways

World Council of Churches divests from fossil fuels

NEWS: A group representing half a billion Christians has said it will no longer invest in coal, oil and gas

Greenpeace’s LEGO viral blocked by YouTube

EU blames Moscow for Green Climate Fund cash freeze

NEWS: Row over board membership means European funds cannot be used in flagship low carbon finance mechanism

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