Daily TCK: Day 5 at the climate talks in Bonn

Negotiators in Bonn tackle the idea of pre-2020 ambition, while outside of the negotiating halls, the EU becomes the first country to put their 2015 climate pledge on the table.

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NGOs: EU must arrive in Paris with ‘more serious offer’ after 2030 package disappointment

After months of wrangling, European government leaders succeeded in the early hours of Friday morning to agree an EU climate and energy package up to 2030.

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China’s coal use dips for the first time this century

Coal consumption by the world's biggest polluter is slowing down, according to official data reported in the Chinese press.

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Bangladeshis to protest coal expansion in pristine mangrove forest

After organizing a 20,000-person protest against the Rampal coal plant last year, local communities in Bangladesh are once again mobilizing to oppose it.

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Daily TCK: Day 4 at the climate talks in Bonn

Day four of the climate talks in Bonn ended with a stock-taking meeting where the co-chairs warned of the slow progress seen over the last week.

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African solar project could power 2.5 million UK homes

Two and a half million UK homes could be powered by the Tunisian sun by 2018, under a new ambitious plan to import solar energy from North Africa.

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Daily TCK: Day 3 at the climate talks in Bonn

The climate talks in Bonn continue with discussions tackling finance and the pledges which will sit at the heart of the 2015 deal.

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NOAA: 2014 set to be the hottest year on record

2014 is on trend to be the hottest year since records began, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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Daily Tck: Day 2 at the UN climate talks in Bonn

Adaptation is the word of the day in Bonn on Day 2 as talked turned to the issue of how countries are adapting to the worsening climate impacts.

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Study: US, China co-operation could help close the emissions gap

If the US and China were to adopt global best practice in their domestic climate policies, together, the world’s two largest emitters could close the 2020 emissions gap by 23%, according to new research.

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