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Fossil of the Day

The awards are given to countries or groups of countries which have been particularly obstructive or disingenuous in the climate negotiations.

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

Carbon markets are being pushed by big corporations at the UN climate talks, but decades of experience tells us they won't cut emissions.

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Who would the climate vote for in this election?

Comparing the Party Manifesto's promises on climate and the environment.

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Climate tipping points

Scientists are sounding the alarm about the risk of passing climate tipping points, leading to ever more dangerous impacts.

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Key issues at the 2019 climate talks

A look ahead at the big issues at the UN climate talks in Madrid, 2-13 December.

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Out of time on oil

A new report on the gap between the climate change goals and oil and gas ambitions shows that the current double-think can't go on.

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Energy and the General Election

What do the parties who want power have to say about energy?

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International Climate Justice response to UN Climate Conference relocation

International civil society reaffirms solidarity with Chileans who are rising against austerity and growing inequalities; and condemns the violent repression and human rights violations.

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How climate change could unleash zombie viruses and increased stupidity

One of the most unexpected risks from climate change is the small but real danger of diseases from the past arriving in the present as permafrost melts.

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