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Big business is ready for the Climate Decade

Big business is ready for the Climate Decade

2 days ago   |   Climate Group

We are now officially in 2020 - the beginning of the Climate Decade, when we must halve global emissions by 2030, to be in with a fighting chance of limiting global heating to...
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How Big Oil could walk the talk on climate change

21 days ago   |   Grist

This story was originally published by Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Imagine Rip Van Winkle as a...
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Shrinking budgets, rising seas: How local newsrooms can cover climate change

26 days ago   |   Grist

Climate change impacts millions of Americans at a regional and local level. This year alone, drought ravaged southeast Alaska, floods destroyed crops in rural Iowa, and a bomb...
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The Guardian view on trees for Christmas: our charity appeal is rooted in hope | Editorial

30 days ago   |   The Guardian

Fresh evidence of the role played by trees in absorbing carbon, and increased rates of deforestation, have guided our choice of charities this year The role of nature in...
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LED Scale-Up in the Netherlands

LED Scale-Up in the Netherlands

1 month ago   |   Climate Group

Toby Morgan, LED Progam Manager at The Climate Group Energy efficiency continues to be overlooked as a way of meeting the Paris Agreement, but according to the International...
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How can we make China's Belt and Road Initiative sustainable? Launching the Green Light System

1 month ago   |   Client Earth

In December, ClientEarth co-hosted The Inception Meeting for Joint Research on “Green Development Guidance for Belt and Road Initiative Projects”, also known as the “Green...
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Climate talks ‘out of touch with reality' as rich countries seek to gut Paris Agreement

1 month ago   |   Friends of the Earth International


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We can't buy our way out of the climate crisis

We can't buy our way out of the climate crisis

1 month ago   |   Friends of the Earth Scotland

As we look with a mixture of anticipation and trepidation towards the 26 th United Nations annual climate change negotiations - otherwise known as COP26 - coming to Glasgow in...
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Measures to arrest nature's decline must be passed into law, say MEPs

1 month ago   |   The Guardian

Officials call for global targets on protection of land, oceans and wildlife to be subject to Paris-style legal framework If humanity wants to reverse the widespread...
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Out of time on oil

Out of time on oil

1 month ago   |   Friends of the Earth Scotland

Today the UN Environment Programme will publish a new report on the gap between the climate change goals in the 2015 Paris Agreement and the reality of what countries plan to...
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Nadine Coyle reveals reason for split from Jason Bell and that they've...

Nadine Coyle reveals reason for split from Jason Bell and that they've totally nailed co-parenting

Nadine has spoken out on her split from Jason after 11 years together Nadine Coyle has opened up about her split from ex Jason Bell, admitting they've had possibly the most... Read more ...

Tom Hanks admits he has a dark side and is not the ‘nice guy' people expect...

Tom Hanks admits he has a dark side and is not the ‘nice guy' people expect him to be

He admitted that anyone who ‘takes advantage of his good nature' will have to face the consequences Tom Hanks may be known as the nicest guy in Hollywood, but he has admitted... Read more ...

Who is The Masked Singer? Spoilers, theories and clues revealed

Who is The Masked Singer? Spoilers, theories and clues revealed

It's by far one of the strangest and zaniest shows on television; The Masked Singer has finally landed for UK audiences. For those of you not familiar with the premise, The... Read more ...

Scotland's most polluted streets

Scotland's most polluted streets

We have published our annual list of Scotland's most polluted streets in 2019, showing which areas are failing to meet legal standards for clean air. This research shows: Some... Read more ...

Top 100 Changemakers 2020: Health and sport

Top 100 Changemakers 2020: Health and sport

Carl Adams, Primal Roots Carl Adams founded Primal Roots - a mindful gym based in the Kent woodlands - with the help of fitness professionals Steve Denby, Liu Batchelor, Giles... Read more ...

North Chilterns Chalk winter update

North Chilterns Chalk winter update

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Solved: mystery of ‘ornamented' coot chicks has surprising explanation

Solved: mystery of ‘ornamented' coot chicks has surprising explanation

The American coot is a somewhat drab water bird with gray and black feathers and a white beak, common in wetlands throughout North America. Coot chicks, however, sport... Read more ...

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard admits side needs 'killer instinct' after defeat...

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard admits side needs 'killer instinct' after defeat to Newcastle

Frank Lampard has warned his Chelsea side they must develop a ruthless nature in front of goal if they want 'to get to where we want to' after their defeat to Newcastle. Read more ...

Who is The Masked Singer? Spoilers, theories and clues revealed

Who is The Masked Singer? Spoilers, theories and clues revealed

It's by far one of the strangest and zaniest shows on television; The Masked Singer has finally landed for UK audiences. For those of you not familiar with the premise, The... Read more ...

6 charts break down 2019, the second-hottest year on record

6 charts break down 2019, the second-hottest year on record

This story was originally published by Mother Jones and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. On Wednesday, scientists from the National Oceanic and... Read more ...