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Brazil tribe teams up with tech company to save rainforest

NEWS: Indigenous people and San Francisco start-up are using old smartphones to monitor illegal logging

University of London’s SOAS freezes fossil fuel investments

NEWS: UK student campaign against oil, gas and coal holdings gathers pace with two universities considering divesting

How Hurricane Sandy spurred Rhode Island climate action

INTERVIEW: While debate rages across the US over President Obama's carbon cuts, one small east-coast state has taken a lead

Obama cranks up pressure on critics with latest climate play

ANALYSIS: White House unleashes Obama, Kerry and Podesta in new bid to win public support for carbon cuts

Podesta heads to Pacific climate meet, NZ and Aus PMs decline

NEWS: Advisor to President Obama to attend Pacific Islands Forum, alongside EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton

Freshers’ fair 2014 – should we leave global problems to the ‘grown-ups’?

This year UNA Youth branches at university freshers’ fairs across the country will challenge students to engage with the global problems that face

Washington State outlines plans for carbon trading

NEWS: Governor Jay Inslee prepares second attempt at developing cap and trade scheme in north west state

Kids’ big LEGO protest to Save the Arctic from Shell

Mexico and California sign climate and clean energy pact

NEWS: Joint working agreement between Mexico and California covers carbon pricing, renewable energy and deforestation

Kerry: Climate change is damaging India’s prosperity

NEWS: US secretary of state urges greater US-India cooperation on clean energy ahead of Delhi summit


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John Ray Initiative:

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