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Photo of Sir David Attenborough. Credit to Johann Edwin Heupel on Flickr. By Katie Morrey With the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris happening this December, high-profile scientists and leaders from around […]
A China-EU climate agreement signed late Monday could help pave the way to a GHG-reduction deal in Paris. Photo credit: Friends of Europe. By Antony Froggatt, Shane Tomlinson and Jens Hein The […]
Garzweiler II. Photo credit: Bert Kaufmann via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Last month German environmentalists formed a human chain to protest coal power and coal mining in the country. Protesters showcased their […]
Cooling towers at UK’s largest power plant Drax. Photo credit: Les Haines via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen UK environmentalists finally have cause to celebrate with the news that greenhouse gas emissions fell […]
Photo credit: dmytrok via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen It was not the news anyone expected to receive on Friday the 13th of March 2015 but, nevertheless, that was the day on which […]
Photo credit: Anthony Quintano, 2013. By Anders Lorenzen Today the 195 member countries of the UN could potentially agree a draft global deal on climate change, which would be signed at COP21 […]
Photo credit: United Nations Photo / Mark Garten via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen On Sunday, the world’s climate eyes were focused again on the Danish capital, Copenhagen, as the Intergovernmental Panel on […]