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Blenheim Palace to host micro-hydropower system

Winston Churchill's former home says hydro plant will power 18 homes, adding to current solar PV array

Can Latin America’s leaders balance climate and growth?

Climate policy is becoming a fixture on political agendas, but maintaining investment flows for green growth will be vital

Frustration grows at New Zealand’s climate change ‘coma’

Weak emissions trading scheme and plans for oil and gas drilling raise questions over country's climate strategy

‘Coal with your coffee?'

This morning, staff from aptly named investment management company ‘BlackRock’ arrived at their swanky London offices to be greeted by waiters...

WinACC's view on fracking

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Unconventional hydrocarbons explained.

Discussions about energy and fossil fuels often involve scientific and technical terms, below are some simple definitions of the more complicated o

Montreal Protocol may have prevented accelerated climate change

Although scientists didn't know it at the time, the efforts back in 1987 to stop ozone depletion have prevented drastic changes to climate and hydr

Thousands stranded as heavy monsoon rains hit Pakistan

Morning summary: above-normal monsoon rains in Punjab’s northeastern districts have taken weather experts by surprise

Australia’s climate change laws

Globe International analysis reveals what steps Australia is taking to cut greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to a changing climate

Warming oceans drive marine life towards poles

Marine species are advancing towards the poles at an alarming rate, according to a report which will form a part of the next IPCC Assessment


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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: World's largest greenhouse gas polluter confirms it will aim to curb emissions in next 15...

Women's Environmental Network:


Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

Fracking company Cuadrilla saw a second application to frack in Lancashire turned down within a...

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