Climate action showcased on New York’s Times Square

This week, New York’s busiest tourist spot will be a showcase for climate action, as youth climate documentaries are broadcast across the Times Square’s iconic Broadway displays.

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‘Unprecedented’ Canadian blazes are burning forests and making climate change worse

Large fires across Canada's Northwest Territories are releasing stored carbon into the atmosphere.

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Europe’s coal comeback here to stay without strong climate and energy policies

European countries are at risk of locking themselves into a high-carbon future as they remain hooked on dirty coal, according to new research from UK based NGO Sandbag.

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Peru weakens environmental safeguards months ahead of Lima climate conference

A new law strips Peru’s environment ministry of many of its regulatory powers and reinstates tax breaks for multinational mining companies.

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UK government progressives save fourth carbon budget

The UK government announced that its fourth carbon budget will remain unchanged, despite intense pressure to weaken the measures.

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Micro-grid solar breathes new life into India’s rural communities

After years of being shackled to darkness, the Indian village of Dharnai is now lit-up, becoming the country’s first village 100% powered by micro-grid solar systems.

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Germany claims first as the US misses a spot in the top 10 most energy efficient economies

A new report found that Germany is the most energy-efficient major economy in the world.

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Wind declared cheapest energy source in Denmark

Onshore wind is now the cheapest form of new electricity generation in Denmark, undercutting coal power, according to the government’s energy agency.

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Albertine oil exploration set to expand into Rwanda and Tanzania

Rwanda and Tanzania intend to expand fossil fuel excavation within their borders of the Albertine rift, according to recent reports.

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2015 must be year for action, warn iconic campaigners

In a open letter to world leaders, campaigners in Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Bono and Malala Yousafzai are warning that 2015 must be the year for action.

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