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US scientists convert algae into crude oil in under an hour

US scientists have succeeded in producing crude oil from algae in under an hour – a technical triumph, but one that’s still a long way from commerc

Christmas is ON!

All rights reserved. Credit: Dave Walker / Greenpeace Don’t you love a good news story at Christmas? As if the Arctic 30 being granted...

Climate change could crush East Africa’s agricultural economy – report

Periods of prolonged drought will mean there will be less food for Africa's rapidly expanding population, says a new report

Why 2014 is a critical year for the politics of climate change

High level summits in New York and Lima expected to deliver roadmap towards global deal in 2015

News: Largest Wind Co-operative in Scotland Reaches £2m Investment

 

West Antarctic ice loss has accelerated over past four years

Rate of ice loss from West Antarctic has accelerated sharply, European scientists say, causing global sea levels to rise by 15% more than previous

EU and US scientists call for tar sands embargo

Monday's top 5: Top EU and US scientists urge EU to legislate on polluting fuel, $210million to jumpstart New York Green Bank, and Australian gover

Season’s Greetings from Spokes

Seasoning to suit all tastes…

General Assembly commends work of UNAs around the world

In a resolution on United Nations public information policies and activities, the General Assembly last week praised the work of the

Detainee Inquiry finds UK "inappropriately involved" in rendition

The UK government has published the

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UNISON:

UNISON Cymru Wales members will be taking to high streets and workpla

Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:

Just out: a poignant and powerful new film from Michael Morpurgo,

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

I recently joined friends at Greenpeace to hand in our joint flooding petition.

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