Member stories

French Foreign Minister launches attack against fossil fuels

NEWS: Former prime minister and possible UN climate talks president Laurent Fabius says oil and gas subsides must be cut

UNA-UK submits evidence to Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee

UNA-UK provides Parliament with written evidence on the UK's Human Rights Council term.

Growing green bond market raises US$20bn in six months

NEWS: More than US$20 billion worth of green bonds have been issued since the start of 2014

France and India pledge to cooperate at UN climate talks

NEWS: French Foreign Minister says India will be a 'major player' at 2015 Paris summit, backing Modi to deliver a new approach

Pope Francis laments “sin” of environmental destruction

NEWS: Head of Catholic church warns destruction of rainforests and Earth's ecosystems is humanity's greatest challenge

Energy efficiency targets: what are they good for?

COMMENT: As European officials consider an energy efficiency target for 2030, two experts look at why and how it could be useful

Pakistan faces ‘environmental cataclysm’ warn officials

NEWS: Governments in Islamabad and Delhi are not preparing for potential climate impacts, says new research

Bangladesh and climate change: Time to change the narrative?

COMMENT: Rising tides threaten the country's future, but a resilient population is thriving despite adversity, writes Saleemul Huq

UK climate laws have ‘negligible’ impact on business – LSE

NEWS: Green policies are not driving UK businesses abroad as critics claim, say leading academics

Fortress Waverley

Spokes has been contacted by many members and others about the Network Rail decision to ban cycling from Waverley Bridge down into the station on b