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The Long March Back to the 20th Century

Everything you need to know about the Climate March this Sunday

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Suriname joined the Declaration on Protected Areas and Climate Change


Energy Union: EU Energy Ministers recognise the importance of governance


More than 100 CEOs call for urgent climate action from governments, investors and business

The spending review’s £3bn hit on local government

Cuts to local government grant and extra spending commitments for local authorities add up to a £3bn hit on councils, says UNISON today (Wednesday)

UNISON reacts to police budgets announcement in today’s spending review

UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis said: “It would have been unthinkable to cut police budgets in light of the dreadful events in Paris.

UNISON slams Open University decision to plough on with office and job cuts

UNISON has today (Wednesday) slammed the Open University’s decision to press ahead with office closures and job cuts, despite opposition from its o

Show the Chancellor that you’ll rise up for the climate

With the Paris climate summit approaching, the Chancellor’s green-bashing is a reminder that the green economy is not safe in his hands.

Housing changes will not reverse previous cuts to budgets

Commenting on the changes announced to housing budgets today (Wednesday) by the Chancellor, UNISON General Secretary Dave Prentis


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Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:
Scotland's biggest campaign coalition has welcomed news that Fir
Winchester Action on Climate Change:
Columban JPIC:

In his final letter to Columban supporters as Regional Director in Britain, Fr.

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

But the speeches from many developed countries rang hollow as their actions don't live up to...

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