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Halving meat consumption offers ‘significant’ climate benefits

NEWS: Changing global diets could yield biggest cuts in carbon emissions from farming, say scientists

China emissions peak key to UN climate deal, says Hedegaard

NEWS: China's emissions growth matters "to the whole world", says EU climate commissioner during Chinese visit

Corals may withstand higher temperatures – study

NEWS: Increased hardiness of one common coral provides some hope among evidence of warming oceans

Barclays, stop bankrolling coal!

This morning a few of my colleagues and I went to protest against Barclays at its AGM. Since 2005 Barclays has invested more than £3.1 billion in...

Google and Apple announce new low carbon investments

NEWS: US technology giants reveal backing for renewable energy and efficiency measures

Smaller farms, better food

‘No end in sight’ to California drought

NEWS: Falling water levels in US state more severe than any event since the late 1500s megadrought, say scientists

Does Cameron’s attack on onshore wind power add up?

ANALYSIS: UK Conservative party risks raising energy costs if it turns away from onshore wind

Australia slashes emission penalties in new climate plan

NEWS: 130 companies liable for carbon pollution penalties under Direct Action Plan, which opens with A$1.55 billion budget

UNA Tunbridge Wells discusses gender issues with Executive Director

Natalie Samarasinghe looked at 'what women can expect from the UN' with members and supporters.


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UNISON is urging members to sign an online petition to protect the rights of vulnerable children...

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

“I hear no objection in the room.

Columban JPIC:

On Saturday 22 October, Fr.

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