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Pigeon droppings prevail!

The Spokes 2013 Summer Competition – for a photo and caption on the theme Cycling with a Purpose – has now been judged.

Gambia minister ‘frustration’ at sluggish UN climate process

In an interview with RTCC, Environment Minister Fatou Gaye pleas with developed countries to “act quickly” to help Gambia

Met Office: Arctic Sea ice is declining

Sea Ice Scientist Ann Keen says variations in ice coverage is 'not unexpected' but long term projections see thickness and area diminishing

Chemical weapons diplomacy must lead to longer-term cooperation on Syria

As the crisis in Syria worsens, UNA-UK welcomes recent proposals to place the country’s chemical weapons under international control, and urges all

Climate pledges condemn 600 million face water scarcity

Study shows that 11% of world population will face fight for resources if world continues on path to hit 3.5C warming

UN Special Rapporteur on adequate housing concludes UK visit

The UN's Special Rapporteur on adequate housing, Raque

News: Disappointing Ruling in Landmark Hunterston Coal Case

The Court of Session has today ruled against brave bird watcher Marco McGinty in his challenge of the Government's decision to build a coal power p

Nick Dearden starts as director the World Development Movement

The Lobbying Bill: an open door to corporate takeover

UK conservatives launch ‘climate sceptic’ fightback

Morning summary: Climate change minister Greg Barker calls for 'new generation of energy entrepreneurs' to help cut bills and make sector greener


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