Wednesday 02 September 2015

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Australia, New Zealand defend climate plans

In the wake of criticism that they are doing too little to tackle climate change Australia and New Zealand have defended their positions to a United Nations meeting on climate change in the German city of Bonn. Both countries claimed […]

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UN climate talks begin divided, but with hope

Experts have agreed as delegates from almost 200 nations began meeting that chances governments will work out a United Nations accord to combat climate change in December seem brighter than in the run-up to a failed attempt in 2009. The […]

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Obama challenges world leaders on climate change

UPDATED United States President Barack Obama has challenged fellow world leaders in unusually blunt language to act boldly on climate change or “condemn our children to a world they will no longer have the capacity to repair.” In a forceful […]

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UN buoyed by flow of climate action plans before Bonn

The United Nations climate secretariat has confirmed that countries accounting for almost 70 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions have now submitted official climate action plans. The UN revealed it was seeing official national climate action plans submitted at […]

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Europe fails on electronics recycling goals

A study led by the United Nations and INTERPOL has revealed that only a third of Europe’s electronic waste is properly recycled, with vast numbers of cell phones, computers and televisions illegally traded or dumped,. Sweden and Norway were close […]

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Australia, New Zealand defend climate plans

In the wake of criticism that they are doing

The United Nations headquarters building is pictured though a window with the UN logo in the foreground in the Manhattan borough of New York

UN climate talks begin divided, but with hope

Experts have agreed as delegates from almost 200 nations

US-president-obama-talks-alaska-american-natives

Obama challenges world leaders on climate change

UPDATED United States President Barack Obama has challenged fellow

UN-Climate-Change-summit-graphic

UN buoyed by flow of climate action plans before Bonn

The United Nations climate secretariat has confirmed that countries

electronic-waste

Europe fails on electronics recycling goals

A study led by the United Nations and INTERPOL

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Carbon-Price-graphic

Australia, New Zealand defend climate plans

In the wake of criticism that they are doing

The United Nations headquarters building is pictured though a window with the UN logo in the foreground in the Manhattan borough of New York

UN climate talks begin divided, but with hope

Experts have agreed as delegates from almost 200 nations

US-president-obama-talks-alaska-american-natives

Obama challenges world leaders on climate change

UPDATED United States President Barack Obama has challenged fellow

UN-Climate-Change-summit-graphic

UN buoyed by flow of climate action plans before Bonn

The United Nations climate secretariat has confirmed that countries

electronic-waste

Europe fails on electronics recycling goals

A study led by the United Nations and INTERPOL

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