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No-One Ever Said... The Spectator does a reverse ferret

The Spectator has had a go at adapting to the changing media climate by switching to the deniers new ‘adaptation’ meme. Will anyone notice the...

UNA-UK's 2014 AGM

IPCC’s latest report can galvanise political action on climate

COMMENT: UN climate science study surprised few, but warnings of serious impacts could drive UN talks forward

Public-private collaboration essential for tackle climate challenge

COMMENT: Stronger links between business, academia and the public sector are essential to thrive in a warming world, writes Climate-KIC's Mary Ritt

Public-private collaboration essential to tackle climate challenge

COMMENT: Stronger links between business, academia and the public sector are essential to thrive in a warming world, writes Climate-KIC's Mary Ritt

Carving up Africa

On Monday, a group of executives from big companies like Monsanto and Unilever went to the Department of International Development to thank the UK

Progress or Problem? Responding to Genetically Modified Food and Crops

JRI is pleased to announce the publication of Briefing Paper No. 27 by John Weaver.

How can developing nations close the climate finance gap?

COMMENT: Cash flows from rich to poor remain slow, but developing nations aren't wasting time waiting

EU ‘bullied’ into diluting aviation emissions trading scheme

NEWS: Observers say fierce lobbying from non-EU countries and industry forced Parliament to back weakened deal

One million solar lamps now shining across Africa

NEWS: Social enterprise SunnyMoney aims to eradicate kerosene lamps in favour of solar power by 2020

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