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Venezuela ‘inconsistent’ on climate change, say local activists

NEWS: Venezuelan NGOs have accused their government of hypocrisy on climate change, at a civil society meeting ahead of global talks

Climate-friendly bonds are worth US$500bn – report

NEWS: The growing green bond market could stimulate low carbon investment and complement the divestment movement, says think-tank

Opposition to EU-US trade deal gathers momentum as negotiations falter

Australia axes carbon tax – international reactions

NEWS: RTCC rounds up the world's response to Australia's repeal of its carbon tax

30 Years On: Remembering the Negros Nine

The thirtieth anniversary of the release of the ‘Negros Nine’ is being marked in the Philippines.

Fracking the desolate north: despatches from the frontline

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Selling food sovereignty: The birth of Whole Food Action

Global outrage as Australia cans carbon tax

NEWS: After a thwarted attempt last week, the Australian senate has now repealed a levy on climate polluters

Finland urges Europe to unite for global climate talks

NEWS: Europe must speak "with one voice" at global climate talks in Paris next year, says Finnish minister

German development bank issues €1.5bn green bond

NEWS: In a sign of the growing popularity of green bonds, KfW's first offering was oversubscribed


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