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Police order Greenpeace to remove fracking site from PM’s home

EU to exceed 2020 climate target by 4.5%

NEWS: EU hopes news that it is overachieving on greenhouse gas reductions will boost ambition at this week's UN climate talks

On the day a new fracking law is set to be announced, we're off to pay David Cameron a visit

All rights reserved. Credit: Lindsey Parnaby/PA David Cameron, tours a shale drilling plant near Gainsborough, in Lincolnshire earlier this...

Greenpeace turns PM’s home into drilling site as frackers’ bill is announced

Renewable energy capacity grew 8.3% in 2013

NEWS: Renewables hit new record in 2013, accounting for over 56% of new power capacity across the world

Immigration laws must cater for climate refugees

COMMENT: New Zealand's rejection of Kiribati man shows current system doesn't work for those fleeing climate change impacts

Columbans mark World Environment Day

June 5 is World Environment Day. This year’s theme is “Planet Earth is our shared Island, let us join forces to protect it”.

Show us the money if countries are to curb climate change: IEA

NEWS: $53 trillion must be channelled towards low carbon energy by 2035 to stave off dangerous climate change, says IEA

China plans to cap carbon emissions from 2016

NEWS: Emissions cap is latest effort from Chinese government designed to target country's rising pollution

China could cap carbon emissions from 2016

NEWS: Emissions cap is latest effort from Chinese government designed to target country's rising pollution

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UNISON:

UNISON members joined hundreds of women lobbying for pensions equality in Westminster today.

Columban JPIC:

Cardinal Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster and President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of...

UNA-UK:

Following the UK's vote to leave the EU, the UN Secretary-General has affirmed that the UK will...

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