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The Global Citizens’ Initiative
The Global Citizens’ Initiative (TGCI) is a portal that serves to connect, inspire and empower a community of active citizens to exchange ideas and propose actionable solutions to the challenges of today’s globalized world. They do this...
Louisa Casson: EU INDC – A teacher’s report on Europe’s growing pains
Having announced its first ‘climate and energy package’ in 2008, Europe is now at the shy, teenage stage of decarbonisation.
Germany’s climate credibility under threat from coal
Germany's climate credibility could be hanging in the balance as new research shows that lignite mines in the country now make up four out of five of the largest emitters in Europe.
Renewables responsbile for 47% of Spain’s electricity generation in March
Renewable energy sources accounted for 47% of Spain's electricity generation in March with wind alone accounting for 22.5% of the country’s power.
Sign the petition: Phase out coal in Germany
Take action to #endcoal: Sign the petition calling on German Chancellor Angela Merkel to phase out of coal in Germany and stand up for a just energy transition.
Ask your MP candidates to sign the Frack Free Promise
Use the Greenpeace interactive map to see which MP candidates have signed the Frack Free Promise before the UK general election.
Liz Gallagher: Upping the stakes at the G7
In June, deep in the heart of Bavaria, the G7 Leaders will meet amongst the mountains and lakes to share plans for shaping a pivotal year.
Julian Schwartzkopff: Coal puts Germany’s climate credibility at stake
Germany’s climate credibility could be stake as the government looks to sacrifice its ambitious law to reduce emissions from coal power to domestic politics.
Norway’s Government Pension Fund divests from over 50 coal companies
The world’s richest sovereign wealth fund has sold off coal holdings in 2014, however, its overall coal investment has dropped only marginally.
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Norway’s parliament backs new climate change law
The Norwegian parliament has voted in favour of plans to create a climate change law in the country to be put in place by the summer of 2017.
Sign the petition: End the cold homes crisis
Sign the Avaaz petition urging leaders to end the cold homes crisis that causes thousands of old people to die, simply because they can’t keep warm.