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Kerry announces $24.6m aid to rebuild Philippines post Haiyan

US Secretary of State promises extra funds to Philippines, which he says looks like a 'war zone' in wake of Typhoon Haiyan

Russian government votes for Arctic 30 amnesty

All rights reserved. Credit: Dmitri Sharomov / Greenpeace Big news! The Arctic 30 have been granted amnesty. Earlier today the Russian...

Life at Manchester’s fracking protest camp

All rights reserved. Credit: Frack Free Salford & Manchester Balcombe resident Kathryn McWhirter spent some of last weekend at the...

Top 10 climate change protests of 2013

This year has reaped a vintage crop of climate change protests. RTCC has picked some of the best.

EU in Wonderland: it’s time to get real about the 2030 climate targets

Europe is in two minds over its next set of low carbon goals, but ambition is vital as the world is watching says E3G's Ingrid Holmes

News: New European Laws on Air Pollution Are Insufficient

Europe has today (Wednesday) announced new plans to tackle air pollution by setting national limits for pollutants which are harmful to human healt

Food speculation: UK government in bed with the culprits

Over the last few years, the EU has been trying to pass legislation to curb speculation in the commodity markets. This is because the financial...

UK’s Cameron urges EU to cut fracking ‘red tape’

Letter to EC chief Barroso calls for minimal shale gas regulations and says climate targets should be simplified

Russian Parliament grants Greenpeace Arctic 30 ‘amnesty’

Campaigners set to return home to families for Christmas, although fate of four Russian colleagues still unclear

Tony Abbott could scrap Australia’s renewables target

Wednesday's top 5: Australia says clean energy target could be scrapped, Chevron accused of breaking environmental laws, UK opened for fracking


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