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China’s climate change laws

What the world's largest greenhouse gas emitter is doing tackle climate change

Keystone XL: Clearing up job figures confusion

State Department report and pipeline company’s jobs fair confirm estimates were vastly inflated

UK watchdog warns of challenges ahead for climate targets

Meeting 2020 goals reliant on EU moving to 30% target

European Commissioner for Climate Action Connie Hedegaard supports Earth Hour

My lunch date every Tuesday by Gertrudes Samson

Gertrudes Samson  is  a Columban lay missionary from the Philippines  working in Birmingham.

Report: Renewables missing out on $71trn investment pot

Study finds unshackling big instuitional investors could contribute 25-50% of renewable energy funding till 2035

Africa: Growing concerns

Economic growth rates in many African countries have soared in recent years. But real development is still sorely lacking argues Rick Rowden in this...

Natalie Samarasinghe calls for a measured debate on human rights

Responding to coverage in the Guardian, UNA-UK's Acting Executive Director argues that reducing the human rights debate to cases like Abu Qatada's

Climate change “greening” the Arctic

NASA funded study finds conditions resemble those found 4-6 degrees of latitude further south just 30 years ago as region warms


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World Development Movement:
Responding to Climate Change:

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