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Rajendra Pachauri allegations “do not relate to the IPCC” say officials

NEWS: UN climate science panel says it will examine its policies on harassment in light of Pachauri harassment allegations

Todd Stern: Don’t rush to judge Paris climate change deal

NEWS: Chief US negotiator says December 2015 summit will be first step in series of deals up to and beyond 2020

This snowball disproves global warming, says US senator Jim Inhofe

NEWS: Sceptical lawmaker brings snow from Capitol Hill into debating chamber in effort to prove climate change is a hoax

Switzerland issues pledge for UN climate change pact

NEWS: Bern says it will target 50% greenhouse gas cuts on 1990 levels by 2030, and 70-85% by 2050

Fickle Russian foreign policy could cause Arctic clash, say UK Lords

NEWS: Russia's unpredictable foreign policy could put peaceful international cooperation in the Arctic at risk, warns UK report
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Treasury gets gold star for timber procurement whilst Education must try harder.

Bank of England: finance bodies should assess climate risk

NEWS: In discussion paper issued by UK's central bank, finance world considers how it could green its investments

Scientists to deploy ocean cameras as acidification fears mount

NEWS: Thermal cameras could measure ocean temperatures, while microwave sensors could measure ocean salinity, say scientists

In pictures: Turning down the heat on Polar Bear Day

All rights reserved. Credit: ©Cobbing/Greenpeace A young polar bear cub becomes fascinated with a 'reference sphere' used by an architect who...

China’s coal use fell 2.9% in 2014

NEWS: New government statistics indicate significant drop in coal use, with 0.7% drop in 2014 emissions projected by analysts

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Responding to Climate Change:

VIDEO: Thousands are expected to walk through the streets of London on Saturday to call for '...

Columban JPIC:

Tears flowed down the cheeks of Yudi’s face as he listened to the voice of his mother speaking...

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

Politicians cop a fair bit of stick: the media is remorseless; campaigners are seldom satisfied...

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