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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Indigenous innovation at vanguard of climate change
Indigenous peoples already use traditional knowledge and survival skills to test adaptive responses to climate change.
Fourteen days to seal history’s judgment on this generation
Our World 2.0 joins newspapers in 45 countries to speak with one voice on what is required from COP15.
The climate is changing and so are we
United Nations University staff have been and should continue to be vigilant with their carbon footprints.
Invest now in CO2 reduction innovations
There is urgent need to coordinate funding of climate change R&D programmes and share technological advances.
COP15: Emission impossible
Two of the top thinkers on climate change explain why the the most important political gathering of our time will succeed or fail.
Does climate change cause conflict?
A new report links temperature rises to conflict in Africa. But does this mean that climate change causes conflict?
Turn off your pool cleaner and help save the planet
'1 Million Women' encourage Australian women to reduce carbon emissions, but is their message strong enough?
Indigenous Voices on Climate Change film festival
The Indigenous Voices on Climate Change film festival will screen during COP15 at the National Museum of Denmark.
Debate 2.0: Who’s afraid of climate change?
Do you think “scary” is acceptable in climate change campaigns and can it be effective, or just counter-productive?
Climate change is a feminist issue
Granting women control over their own reproduction would combat overpopulation and reduce carbon emissions.
Cutting carbon by degrees
United Nations University staff help save money and cut CO2 emissions by adjusting thermostats and seasonal wardrobe choices.
High and dry
Scientists explain how they protect the Tibetan grasslands by working with communities to improve biodiversity, livestock production and livelihoods.
The UK Youth Climate Coalition and the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change's Kenyan chapter plan to take their place as COP15 stakeholders.
How things work: Ocean energy making waves
Ocean power could produce energy enough to cover the world's current electricity consumption, yet the industry is not getting adequate assistance.
The rise of online climate activists
There is a surge of climate change activism, especially through social media, to promote awareness and influence leaders before COP15 in December.
Better than Star Wars: The Age of Stupid
The Age of Stupid indicts our carbon indulgence with familiar examples of consumer gratification, warmongering and resource plunder.
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