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Korolec: Poland is a climate policy success story

NEWS: Poland's climate change minister says the coal-intensive nation can be a model for developing countries

Norway's sneaky seismic attack on the Arctic

All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace Seismic sensors are dragged behind survey ships to map the sea floor Image caption...

Tiny Indian village makes final stand against coal giants

NEWS: Vote in Madhya Pradesh village will decide whether ancient forest is cleared for mining project

Fracking protesters stage ‘day of action’ across UK

BLOG: Actions take place in London, Swansea, Salford and Blackpool against government decision to censor shale gas study

Australia wind and solar fears rise as Abbott reviews policy

NEWS: Renewable Energy Target could face scrapheap as Canberra takes fresh swipe at climate laws

Five things Wikileaks taught us about UN climate talks

NEWS: As Julian Assange prepares to leave his hideaway, we recall the top Wikileaks releases on climate change

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The Visit of Pope Francis to Korea 2014

Pope Francis is visiting South Korea from Aug 14-18, 2014.

Columban losses in the Korean War

In the Korean peninsula war, 1950-1953 the Korean People suffered unimaginable losses.

Communicating climate change – without the scary monsters

INTERVIEW: The climate disaster narrative hasn't worked. Ignorance is bliss. So how do experts plan do wake up the world?

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