Submit your pictures to the #FortheLoveof campaign
This spring, The Climate Coalition is coming together with the #FortheLoveof campaign to call for climate action for the sake of all the things that matter most. We all love something that is threatened by climate change. From Kittiwakes and ...
Fishing village resists harmful coal power in India
Fisherman from the Saleiha village on the Mundra coast of Gujarat, India are leading the resistance to harmful coal power from the Tata Mundra power project.
Boosting transport efficiency to cut carbon in Stockholm
In the face of a rising population Stockholm has committed to cutting CO2 emissions to zero by 2050 and is boosting transport efficiency to help achieve this goal.
European Parliament: Sign the WWF pledge for a sustainable future now
Europe’s 28 Member States need to commit to reducing their ecological footprints and developing greener, more efficient economies.
Brook Riley: EU’s 2030 climate plans based on flawed analysis
Friends of the Earth's Brook Riley argues that the EU’s 2030 climate plans are based on flawed analysis assuming artificially high risks and costs for energy efficiency.
New European satellite to monitor the environment and natural disasters
A new European satellite will soon be helping track sea ice, oil spills, land use and natural disasters including floods and earthquakes, having launched this week from the continent’s spaceport in French Guiana.
MEPs urged to support strong climate action as EU elections draw closer
As Europeans get ready to head to the polls next month (22-25 May) green groups are calling on EU parliamentary candidates to ensure climate and energy issues are at the heart of their election promises.
Stop ‘green investment’ in Elektrownia Północ coal plant in Poland
The Elektrownia Północ project is the biggest planned coal power plant to be built in Europe. Its main investor is Poland´s richest oligarch who also happens to be a member of multiple environmental organizations. Elektrownia Północ, also kn...
Stop Congress from rubber stamping fracked gas exports
The oil and gas industry is using the crisis in Ukraine as an excuse to pressure Congress to rubber stamp approval of liquefied natural gas exports (LNG). Gas exports won’t help the situation in Eastern Europe. It’s just a ploy by the o...
Fracking village Balcombe quits fossil fuels for community renewables
Once synonymous with the UK's fight against fracking, the West Sussex village of Balcombe is now putting itself back on the map as it aims to quit fossil fuels for solar with a new community energy co-operative.
Sign the petition: Put the brakes on fracking
Prime Minister David Cameron has come out in clear support of ‘fracking’, a way of drilling for new fossil fuels, just when the UK should be leading the world in moving to clean renewable power. Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, ...
EU delay on 2030 climate policy makes bloc ‘increasingly irrelevant’
EU governments delay making any decision on a target to cut greenhouse gas emissions until October, as they met to discuss the bloc’s 2030 climate and energy package in Brussels.
Air pollution warning as Paris bans cars
It may have lasted just 24-hours, but this week’s car ban in Paris should come as a strong warning for European cities about the potential impacts of air pollution across the continent.
Mary Robinson & Desmond Tutu: Europe should lead on climate change
Europe has often been the driver of the world’s ambition on climate change. Ahead of this week’s EU summit, Mary Robinson and Desmond Tutu call on European leaders to take bold action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Sign the petition: EU: 50% carbon pollution reduction by 2030
In 2 days, Europe’s leaders will hold a summit on the carbon pollution reduction targets proposed to address the climate change crisis we’re facing. Right now they’re poised to agree to outrageously weak pollution cuts, ignoring ...
YOUNGO: Bonn negotiators need to do their homework
As the UN climate talks close in Bonn, the youth groups at the conference write to their negotiators and call on them to go home and do their homework ahead of the next session in June.
Yvo de Boer: The EU – Climate Emitter or Committer?
Yvo de Boer examines the EU 2030 Climate and Energy Package and what this could mean for ensuring progress towards a new global climate treaty in 2015.
Energy giant GDF Suez in court over coal health impacts
An Italian judge has ordered police seize and close down a coal-fired plant in Savona, after ruling in favour of prosecution arguments that it is responsible for 442 premature deaths and up to 2,000 cases of heart and lung disease.
Michalina Golinczak: 120 days of the Polish COP Presidency
Michalina Golinczak takes a look at the first 120 days of the Polish COP Presidency and what it has meant for domestic policies.