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EU climate & energy plan diluted by US fracking revolution

Pressure on EU to retain short term energy competitiveness forced Commissioners to open door for shale gas drilling

Google buys second Swedish wind farm

Data giant makes third major low carbon purchase in January in quest to run all data centres on 100% renewables

Campaigners call for halt in EU-US ‘trade’ negotiations

Global cooling? The world is still warming says US agency

New US data shows that 2013 maintained the warming trend of recent decades, with most of the world experiencing above-average annual temperatures

East Asia could face more intense cyclones

Researchers say increasing sea surface temperatures linked to climate change could enhance tropical storm intensity

Pipelines, coal terminals and climate chaos: is this the future we want?

Experts from the Stockholm Environment Institute argue the social costs of fossil fuels are underestimated

Keystone Gulf Coast pipeline opens in USA

Thursday's top five: Green groups anger as US pipeline opens, US court blocks Arctic drilling, scientists turn yeast to oil

World’s poorest dismay at “disappointing” EU climate package

Small Island States and Least Developed Countries say science demands higher level of ambition than 40% target By Ed King The European Commission’s

Developing nations express dismay at “disappointing” EU climate package

Small Island States and Least Developed Countries say science demands higher level of ambition than 40% target

Campaigners slam ‘shameful’ UK push for weaker EU climate deal

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Columban JPIC:

Ten Minutes on our Blog will give you a ‘TASTE AND SMELL’ of the proceedings and atmosphere of...

All We Can:

The World Humanitarian Summit (WHS), held in Istanbul on 23-24 May, marked the first time the...

UNISON:

By now many of you will have seen the images of a boat tipped over with its hull...

WWF:

At the conclusion of the G7 meeting in Japan today, WWF issued the following statement: 

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