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Climate change and migration : A hot issue for Europe

Is Europe worried about the problem of migration due to climate change? And is the status of a climate refugee recognised by international law?”

Is Europe worried about the problem of migration due to climate change? And is the status of a climate refugee recognised by international law?”

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200 countries agree on draft to slow climate change

Almost 200 countries have agreed a draft document on how to best slow down climate change. The blueprint is a first step towards negotiations for a

Almost 200 countries have agreed a draft document on how to best slow down climate change. The blueprint is a first step towards negotiations for a

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US-China emissions pledge is both 'practical and political'

The US and China have reached an agreement (described as ‘historic’) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Since these two countries produce some 40

The US and China have reached an agreement (described as ‘historic’) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Since these two countries produce some 40

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John Kerry urges action on climate change

US Secretary of State John Kerry has been in Indonesia talking about climate change. He spoke to students at the American Cultural Centre in

US Secretary of State John Kerry has been in Indonesia talking about climate change. He spoke to students at the American Cultural Centre in

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Climate change talks in Warsaw - a missed opportunity?

Proposed measures to protect the climate do not appear to have resulted in much. This year has seen the highest emissions of global greenhouse gases

Proposed measures to protect the climate do not appear to have resulted in much. This year has seen the highest emissions of global greenhouse gases

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IPCC underlines mankind's role in Global Warming

The first report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in six years, which brings together hundreds of scientists, says it is more

The first report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in six years, which brings together hundreds of scientists, says it is more

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The Earth is hot, and getting hotter

2012 was one of the 10 warmest years since 1880, according to US scientists. NASA researchers said it was the ninth warmest year while experts from

2012 was one of the 10 warmest years since 1880, according to US scientists. NASA researchers said it was the ninth warmest year while experts from

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Red Cross warns refugees are being forgotten

The ‘World Disaster Report’ from the International Red Cross Federation has just come out and its figures for 2011 make grim reading.   Last year the

The ‘World Disaster Report’ from the International Red Cross Federation has just come out and its figures for 2011 make grim reading.   Last year the

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India's landless march on capital

Tens of thousands of peasant farmers in India are continuing their march from the north of the country, to demand a fairer share of land and

Tens of thousands of peasant farmers in India are continuing their march from the north of the country, to demand a fairer share of land and

Special_reports

Mongolia: Another world far, far away

As a child I remember some places were out of reach: places of mystery, places where great and dreadful deeds occurred, where dragons roamed and

As a child I remember some places were out of reach: places of mystery, places where great and dreadful deeds occurred, where dragons roamed and

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Arguments run hot and cold over climate change

At the recent climate talks in Durban the alarm was sounded. A stark warning went out that unless the World acts quickly to slash greenhouse gasses

At the recent climate talks in Durban the alarm was sounded. A stark warning went out that unless the World acts quickly to slash greenhouse gasses

Science_technology

Climate change refugees could end up trapped

Hundreds of millions of people fleeing storms, droughts or floods caused by global warming could end up trapped in disaster areas, according to a

Hundreds of millions of people fleeing storms, droughts or floods caused by global warming could end up trapped in disaster areas, according to a