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Latin America a hotspot for renewable energy development
Success stories from seven countries in Latin America and the Caribbean prove that the region is ...
Fisheries commission acts on Pacific Bluefin tuna, ignores the plight of other collapsing stocks
The 38 member Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) has once again taken minimal ...
Global development deal hinges on link between environment and development
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is calling on countries to place the environment at ...
Gas project puts Spanish World Heritage Site in danger
Gas exploitation of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Coto Doñana in Spain could be authorized by ...
India shines with renewable energy announcement
India announced that it intends to more than double its use of renewable energy as a share of its ...
Fisheries commission needs to face up to disappearing tuna and disobedient members in western and central pacific
Apia, Samoa: WWF is calling on members of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission ...
“Business as usual” emissions may mean starvation, cub loss for polar bears
Climate change is threatening critical Arctic sea ice ecosystems, according to a new report, ...
Lima talks to test political will for global climate deal
Why COP20 will be a key moment in climate negotiations
Palm oil sustainability body to expel non-compliant companies
Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil to expel member companies that have failed to keep even their ...
Green Climate Fund pledges increase political momentum for global climate agreement
Over US$1 billion pledged to fund climate projects in developing countries
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