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Developing nations ‘equally to blame’ for climate change – report

Deciding which countries have contributed most to climate change depends on how you calculate historic and current emissions

NOAA: August 2013 temperatures fourth highest on record

August the 342nd consecutive month with a global temperature above the 20th century average

Southern Africa set to be hit by climate related migration

Southern Africa could be among areas hardest hit by climate change.

News: Dart Energy Climb-Down on Legal Threat to Friends of the Earth Scotland Director

A threat of legal action to restrict the freedom of speech of Scotland’s leading environmental campaign group director, Dr Richard Dixon

Methane capture equipment can cut fracking emissions by 99%

Methane capture equipment can ensure fugitive emissions from wells are dramatically reduced says study

Colombian farmers protest for much needed reform.

Action against the Arms Fair – What do you think?

Fruits of Fulflood says "Eat local"


Are EU carmakers presenting artificially low emission data?

Real world driving can see cars emit 25% more CO2 than manufacturers claim on advertisements says International Council on Clean Transportation

Winchester College invests in renewable energy to reduce their carbon footprint

Following an Energy Appraisal and Microgeneration Assessment Report in 2010,


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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Desert state has abundance of sunshine and could produce more than it consumes, says power...

Columban JPIC:

“China has 80 million people living at sea level so of course it is interested in tackling...

Scots tell First Minister why they care about climate change
Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:

Campaigners today (Wed 27 May) showed the First Minister some love outside the Scottish...

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