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Dig up your lawn & live somewhere hot to cut emissions

Garden lawns are more prolific carbon emitters than some farm crops, and keeping yourself warm uses much more energy than running an air conditione

Small island states issue climate compensation warning

Pacific nations say push for damages incurred from climate change will cost more than taking early efforts to cut emissions

Policy Conference meets to inform UNA-UK policy

Saturday 27 April saw over 150 UNA-UK members from across the country meet at Friends House, Euston, to debate matters of concern to the UN, and to

UN climate process primed for final tilt at global emissions deal

Warnings from science grow louder but climate finance and emission ambition remain festering sores at international negotiations

We’ve come a long way…

China leading global climate action – report

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

Green Deal tells you how to save energy, save money and stay warm

Register for a Green Deal assessment by clicking here to do it on-line, or ringing or texting Green D

Are cyclists buses or taxis?

Spokes has submitted its comments on the Council’s plans for the future of Princes Street and George Street…

Save The Arctic like a Rolling Stone at Glastonbury and other 2013 festivals

All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace This year, Greenpeace returns to Glastonbury and it will be massive! But we need a lot of help...

Rapid transition of climate zones could speed extinction

An increasingly warm climate could mean ever more rapid changes in the Earth's climatic zones causing heightened extinction risks

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Responding to Climate Change:

COMMENT: Chairman of UN's IPCC climate science panel says governments must pay heed to warnings...

Women's Environmental Network:

Unanimous agreement on the health benefits of community gardening in social housing!

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