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EU Member States must get behind higher renewables and energy efficiency targets
Member States can prove they mean business on climate in shorter term and longer term.
Global Shipping Sector Steps Up, Sets Climate Targets And Bans Use Of Heavy Fuel Oil In Arctic
In a landmark step forward for the goals set out in the Paris Agreement, the International Maritime ...
Finland to ban coal from 2029
The Finnish government has just announced it will ban the use of coal in energy production by law, ...
EU climate momentum can be ramped up as ministers meet
The informal meeting will be crucial in setting up Member State positions on the Paris Agreement's ...
Historic ruling for forests, people and climate action in Colombia
In a historic ruling, Colombia's Supreme Court has recognized the Colombian Amazon as a subject ...
Letter to Juncker: Next EU budget must enhance climate action and sustainable development
On 2 May, the European Commission should propose the spending priorities of the EU budget after ...
Arctic sea ice second lowest on record
The National Snow and Ice Data Centre announced today that the extent of the winter sea ice in the ...
EU leaders ask for long-term climate strategy
EU heads of state are finally showing leadership on climate action, a year after ratifying the ...
WWF’s Earth Hour to spark global awareness and action for a healthy planet
Millions of people worldwide will unite in their commitment to the planet once again
Half of plant and animal species at risk from climate change in world’s most important natural places
The Amazon, Miombo Woodlands in Southern Africa, and south-west Australia will be among the most ...
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