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Windmills, snails and science tales: Paterson comes out of his shell

COMMENT: The former UK environment secretary Owen Paterson has kicked off a debate on climate policy, but not the one the public want

How do we define success?

There’s a strong undercurrent of discouragement and despair in the conservation community.

Legal elements in proposed UN climate deal find mixed support

NEWS: New submissions to UN indicate preference for more general rules on accounting and monitoring emissions

Without even realising it, I became a campaigner

All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace / Elizabeth Dalziel Greenpeace Save the Arctic delegation with the Icelandic Ambassador Image...

The energy bridge: How EU countries justify fossil fuels

ANALYSIS: In Germany and Italy, for different reasons, governments are pushing dirty sources of energy as "transition fuels"

Natural gas boom will not slow climate change – study

NEWS: Research from five countries shows a gas glut will make no difference to global warming

Concern mounts in Marshall Islands as high tides swamp capital

NEWS: Majuro counts cost of latest flooding as 30 'Pacific Warriors' set off for Australia in canoes to highlight concerns

Lord Giddens: Hope must trump fear in climate debate

BLOG: Former advisor to UK prime minister Tony Blair lays out four ways to quash the despair of climate change

1400th anniversary of Saint Columban’s death

Last Sunday, Cardinal Seán Brady, retired archbishop of Armagh, Ireland, was the Principal Celebrant at Mass at the Church of Santa Maria sopra Min

US climate strategy: ‘goad’ leaders into voluntary action

NEWS: Chief negotiator Todd Stern argues for a climate deal based on non-binding national commitments

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