China aims to cap coal as soon as 2020

After agreeing to peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030, Chinese officials announced Wednesday that China aims to cap its annual coal use at 4.2 billion tons by 2020.

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“Real money” on the table as Green Climate Fund nears $10 billion benchmark

The Green Climate Fund approached its goal of raising $10 billion for projects to fight global warming at a pledging conference in Berlin on Thursday.

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October: maintaining the warming trend for 2014

September broke global temperature records and October was pretty close behind, recent data from NASA and the Japanese Meteorological Agency (JMA) confirm.

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UN report backs call for fossil fuel phase out

The world needs to take immediate action towards a complete phase out of fossil fuels and force global greenhouse gas emissions onto a downward trajectory.

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In a close vote, US Senate rejects Keystone XL pipeline

On Tuesday, the Keystone XL pipeline fell one vote short of the 60 votes needed to move forward in the Senate.

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Fracking: no ‘silver bullet’ for European energy security or emissions reduction

Fracking will not provide the European Union with a ‘silver bullet’ for addressing energy security or cutting emissions, European science academies (EASAC) have said.

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Glowing solar-powered bike path: a stunning example of green technology

Blending technological, artistry and innovation to great effect; a new solar-powered bike path in the Netherlands is creating a lot of buzz.

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Pressure on Church of England as Oxford diocese divests

Oxford becomes first Church of England diocese to commit to divestment, pressuring Church of England to join them in moving away from dirty fossil fuels.

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VIDEO: Greenpeace activist injured during oil drilling protest

In an action protesting oil drilling in the Canary Islands, one Greenpeace activist was left seriously injured, yesterday, as protesters clashed with the Spanish Navy.

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Australia isolated as G20 meeting becomes ‘de facto climate change summit’

Despite Australia’s attempts to keep climate change out of the G20 meetings, world leaders ensured there was simply no escaping the topic.

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