Sharp rise in environmental killings as pressure for resources grows

New report from London based Global Witness that as competition for natural resources intensifies so do the threats of those people trying to protect them.

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Add your voice: Support climate justice

United in the need for a strong response to the climate crisis, a diverse group of leaders and advocates today issued a Declaration on Climate Justice. The Declaration calls on world leaders to take bold action on climate change and create a ...

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Procter & Gamble cleans up palm oil act after weeks of protests

After weeks of intense pressure, Procter and Gamble (P&G) has committed to a No Deforestation policy, aimed at limiting the environmental impacts of its products and clean its supply chains of bad palm oil.

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World Bank financing for fossil fuel exploration on the rise, study says

The president of the World Bank has been calling for climate action even as his organization continues to support fossil fuel exploration and development.

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Crude oil leak disrupts water supply for 2.4 million in China

Officials in Lanzhou detected the cancer-causing chemical benzene in the city’s water supply after a crude oil pipeline sprung a leak.

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Recycled waste generating clean energy in urban Brazil

The waste and fossil fuel use of Sao Paulo's growing population threatened major damage – until the city developed a unique biogas project to harness the recycled waste for generating power.

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IPCC: Key messages from WGIII

The final in the IPCC's trilogy of climate science reports examines the mitigation options and the potential for global temperature rise to stay below 2°C.

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IPCC: Switch to clean energy is vital and affordable

The long-awaited report on how to curb climate change from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, released in Berlin, says the world must rapidly move away from carbon-intensive fuels.

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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.

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Sydney to go 100% renewable

Inspired by low carbon innovation in Copenhagen Allan Jones Chief Development Officer of Energy and Climate Change for Sydney, implemented plans for a 100% renewable city.

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