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For those who need it, some heavyweight support for climate action

Major climate change studies released last week, from the United States Government and International Red Cross, warn that we must cut emissions and help people adapt to inevitable change. [23 June 2009 | Peter Boyer] I’m overdoing the scary climate scenarios, … Continue reading

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Climate change is the responsibility of everyone

In tackling the challenge of climate change we need to abandon old prejudices, cross borders into unfamiliar territory, and speak to our enemies. This is a task for everyone. Continue reading

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