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UK floods prove case for UN climate deal, says Ed Davey

Ed Davey says extreme weather events have "shifted the debate" on climate change in the US, with UK floods having similar effect

83% of Americans believe US should act on climate change

The majority of Americans want Congress and business to act on climate change, even if it comes with economic costs

Australian MPs receive climate change-themed Valentine’s Day cards

Activists delivered roses and cards to the Australian Parliament this morning, asking MPs to "be the one" for climate action

New York $1 billion green bank “open for business”

Homes and businesses in New York State could find it easier to afford low carbon technology as Green Bank launches

15,000 landless workers march on Brasilia

Yesterday about 15,000 members of Brazil’s biggest movement, the Landless Workers Movement (MST), marched to the headquarters of Brazil’s federal...

Danish parties back 40% carbon reduction target

New climate bill will also see creation of independent Climate Council, modelled on UK's Committee on Climate Change

Surging emissions lead South Korea to query climate targets

South Korea may have to let heavy industry emit more after underestimating 2020 carbon footprint, says study

Church of England considers divesting from fossil fuels

Church agrees to take a more active stance on climate change, including reexamination of where they invest their funds

Governments commit to decisive and urgent action to tackle global wildlife poaching crisis

UNA-UK calls for a robust EU Financial Transaction Tax

Ahead of the Franco-German summit on 19 February, UNA-UK, a member of the


Member stories

Responding to Climate Change:

BLOG: Know your BINGOs from your NAMAs? Worried about LULUCF?

Women's Environmental Network:

Unanimous agreement on the health benefits of community gardening in social housing!

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