They say their party takes the urgency of the climate crisis seriously.
Greenlanders voted for change in parliamentary elections which could significantly alter mining and energy policies.
Making progress will depend not only on their ability to enhance domestic programmes, but also to cooperate.
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It has been argued that the Syrian civil war started as a result of a four year drought. Photo credit: abdullatif anis via Flickr. By Adam Mann First and foremost what those […]
William Hague during a climate change event in November 2011 alongside former Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne and South Africa’s Ambassador Mxakato-Diseko. Photo credit Department of Energy and Climate Change […]