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Nepal’s hill farmers show why climate finance matters

BLOG: Communities perched on the edge of the Himalaya battle climate change on a daily basis - but with help they can flourish

Alex Salmond: Scotland will lead on climate change

NEWS: As Scotland heads into independence referendum, First Minister promises to take a lead on tackling climate change

Coal central to US emissions trajectory, says Energy Dept

NEWS: Coal and nuclear provide more than half of the country's electricity, with the future mix central to the USA's climate ambitions

Noah – Beyond the blockbuster

Noah’s been in the news recently.

Total buys Gazprom’s first offshore Arctic oil shipment

NEWS: Campaign group Greenpeace says it will send ship to intercept and escort oil tanker to Europe

New York’s solar industry receives $1 billion boost

NEWS: State Governor Andrew Cuomo outlines plans to generate 3GW from the sun by 2023

John Littleton and Eamon Maher (editors), The Francis Factor, A New Departure, Columba

The election of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio to the papacy is indeed a most significant new chapter in the history of the Roman Catholic Church.

SCCS welcomes additional funding for cycling

Stop Climate Chaos Scotland welcomes the announcement, from Transport Minister, Keith Brown MSP, of additional funding for cycling.

Vagaries of weather could delay UN climate treaty

NEWS: Waiting for extreme weather events to prompt climate action could lead to "decades" of policy delay, say scientists

US-China climate talks making progress, say envoys

NEWS: Chinese and US lead negotiators Xie Zhenhua and Todd Stern says talks on climate treaty are progressing well


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