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Millions expected to make Friday climate protest the largest in history

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G7 countries offer $20 million emergency aid to fight Amazon wildfires

French president Emmanuel Macron said G7 countries would draw up an initiative for the Amazon to be launched at next month's UN general assembly...

Watchdog suspends Azerbaijan, EU gas pipeline loans threatened

A human rights watchdog suspended Azerbaijan’s membership on Thursday, casting doubt on billions of dollars worth of loans being considered for a pipeline linking the country’s...

Aviation’s black box: Non-disclosure agreements, closed doors and rising CO2

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Maldives president defends Saudi atoll deal, but reveals no detail

The Maldives president has defended his country’s right to do business with Saudi Arabia after his government was criticised for striking a development deal without...

Climate Weekly: 1.5C special report takes shape

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Nationalism could sink the Paris Agreement. The UN chief is fighting back

The UN boss faces down the forces of nationalism in his quest to drag countries toward a sustainable future The post Nationalism could sink the...

Campaigners and industry criticise South Africa’s new carbon tax

While industrial players see it as a threat to jobs, the first tax of its kind in Africa is too weak for climate advocates The...

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