As US marks Labor Day, clean energy jobs report gives something to celebrate

A new report is giving the US something to celebrate this Labor Day showing more than 12,500 clean energy jobs were announced in the second quarter of 2014.

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Battle rages over Mahan as India’s coal mines called into question

India’s Supreme Court has ruled that all of the country’s mining licenses awarded between 1993 and 2010 are illegal, a move, which could potentially see 218 licences, cancelled across the country.

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3000 Kenyan tea farmers mobilize against climate change

As unpredictable weather conditions continue to hit Kenyan crops, one local tea factory is mobilizing their farmers to better deal with these challenges.

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World’s richest countries invest billions in expanding fossil fuel stocks

Despite repeated commitments to phase out subsidies for fossil fuels, a new report by Oil Change International found that G7 countries continue to pump billions of dollars into dirty energy sources each year.

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Africa: The New Renewable Energy Frontier?

Despite a slow start, it seems the potential for renewable energy development in Africa is finally beginning to be realised.

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IPCC leak paints stark picture of a future with climate change

Climate change is here, man-made and already having dangerous impacts, according to leaked drafts of the upcoming UN climate science report.

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Health summit to show bold climate action will save lives

Leading health experts are urging strong climate action, as the first every global climate and health conference kicks of in Geneva.

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Politicians ignore people’s power pleas

Consumers worldwide increasingly want renewable energy sources to provide their electricity, yet many governments are ignoring them by continuing to exploit fossil fuels.

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Sydney University halts coal investment

The University of Sydney has become the first institution of its type in Australia to halt new investments in coal mining, fuelling calls for it to go further a divest itself of its $900,000 holding in Whitehaven coal.

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Thousands join human chain opposing brown coal

Hidden away in the rural idyll of Lausitz, on the German-Polish border a global fight has unfolded.

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