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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Revealed: fossil fuel reserves match climate negotiating positions
Recent fossil fuel data suggests that an overlooked correlation may explain why we’re not solving climate change.
Communicating climate science online
Communication of scientific research in all areas is being transformed by the web and social media.
Investing in global climate solutions
In his ‘Sustainable Planet’ column, Jacob Park explores the United Nations climate convention-sponsored Green Climate Fund.
Climate change is not child’s play
A new UNICEF study looks at the climate vulnerability of children in the East Asia and the Pacific.
Climate change diplomacy and small island developing states
Developed countries should contribute to transparent and fair mechanisms to help small island developing states adapt to climate change.
Why is it so hard to save the biosphere?
Agreements to bail out banks happen in days – but despite some good progress at Durban, we still don't have a legally binding deal to bail out the planet.
Mali in the frontlines of climate change
A Young Scholar from the Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre discusses climate change adaptation in one of the world's most vulnerable countries.
Coal study names top 20 ‘climate killer’ banks
JP Morgan Chase tops list of institutions that have financed coal-mining and coal-fired energy generation.
Debate 2.0: Is a climate governance overhaul possible?
A group of experts say the world needs a reform of international governance like what followed WWII.
The environment in numbers: 1992-2012
A look at UNEP’s “Keeping Track of our Changing Environment” report reveals some numerical surprises.
Climate change: what happens after 2100?
Our descendants, thousands of years from now, surely have a right to the same climatic stability that allowed our civilisation to flourish.
Science wants to save us from ourselves
What with the creeping nature of climate change, too many of us are wallowing in a false sense of scientifically-ignorant-bliss.
World headed for irreversible climate change — IEA
The world's foremost authority on energy economics finds that the world has five years left to combat climate change.
Debate 2.0: Can creating a green economy redeem the 1%?
Might the Occupy Wall Street public sentiment convince big investors to back clean energy and low-carbon tech?
Green economy transition in Indonesia
While Indonesia’s GHG emissions now come largely from peat fire and deforestation, there exists a potential pathway towards a green economy.
The fight against climate change is down to us – the 99%
Naomi Klein issues a passionate call to the climate change protest movement to stay diligent and focused.
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