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PODCAST: Protecting the Arctic

Phil England hosts the latest Climate Radio episode on Shell’s suspended drilling, the British government and your pension.

Filed in: Arctic Arctic Climate Change Environment Oil

PODCAST: The canary in the climate coal mine

Phil England speaks to Cambridge University’s Professor Peter Wadhams and Professor Timothy Lenton, from the University of Exeter.

Filed in: Climate Change Science

Climate change is no joke

As climate-change catastrophe gets closer, the ‘solutions’ get sillier. Zoe Cormier doesn’t know whether to laugh or cry.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment Science

The ‘curse’ of Philippine floods

While the powerful thrashed out decisions on what to do about climate change, the Philippines was drowning, writes Iris Gonzales.

Filed in: Climate Change Disasters Environment Philippines

Climate adaptation: saviour or false hope?

Activists on the frontline fear that pledges of adaptation support are ‘empty promises’, says Ben Castle.

Filed in: Bolivia Climate Change

UN climate talks: a view from Bangladesh

As COP18 draws to a close, aid worker Nazmul Chowdhury worries that adaptation is still a side show.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment

UN climate talks: if not now, when?

Climate change is finally on the Qatari political agenda but it’s time every country closed the ‘ambition gap’ says Wael Hmaidan.

Filed in: Climate Change Qatar UN

Why care about COP18?

You may be tired of climate change talks, but Ben Castle has met some Bolivians for whom it’s a matter of life or death.

Filed in: Bolivia Climate Change

No Dash For Gas is just the beginning

For a week activists occupied the chimneys of West Burton power station, firing the starting gun on a new British energy battle.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Energy Environment Power United Kingdom

Meet Australian climate activist Daniel Spencer

Inspired by music, driven by campaigning, the 22-year-old is fighting for solar thermal energy in Port Augusta.

Filed in: Activism Australia Climate Change Energy Environment Music Youth

Reclaim our bard

BP’s sponsorship of the Royal Shakespeare Company brought Sarah Shoraka in front of a packed London theatre… and she’s not an actor.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Culture Disasters Environment Oil

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