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Ash Wednesday call to abolish nuclear weapons

More than 100 peace campaigners braved freezing temperatures in London on Ash Wednesday to pray and voice their opposition to war and nuclear weapo

US Senators propose $20 carbon price

60% of revenues would be given to households as rebate, rest used for energy efficiency, lower deficit and boost clean energy research

German inaction could sink European carbon market

Potential abstention in crucial vote means Poland would need handful of allies to block rescue plan for emissions trading platform

Responsibility to Protect : From promise to practice lecture tour in St Andrew's and Aberdeen

On 6 and 7 February, UNA Youth St Andrew's and UNA Aberdeen branches respectively hosted Alexandra Buskie, Responsibility to Protect Programme Offi

Cold homes: Our home-made humanitarian disaster

Winter deaths from cold homes could be drastically reduced

Go Green Week Round up: Waste-Not Wednesday

Go Green Week 2013 daily round-up

News: Fracking potential overhyped in new report

Commenting on a shale oil report published today (14 February), Mary Church, Campaigns Co-ordinator, Friends of the Earth Scotland, said:

Barclays ends food speculation that made up to £278 million in 2012

Venezuela and Peru compete to host 2014 UN climate talks

Guy Edwards asks which Latin American country is best suited to hosting the important 2014 UN climate negotiations

Canada optimistic of Keystone XL approval despite protests

RTCC's morning briefing on the day's top climate change & green economy stories


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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Policy action needed by Beijing government for China to reach renewables potential next...


UNA-UK joins with international experts seeking to inform the work of a new independent Panel on...

World Development Movement:

Today in Parliament 241 MPs voted in favour of the Clive Efford's private member's bill aimed at...

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