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From the Arctic ice to the Amazonian rainforest, climate change is threatening the homes and traditions of indigenous people

NEWS: Traditional communities living in harmony with nature need greater support from governments, says report

NEWS: Pressure on UN-backed body increases as it searches for initial capitalization of $15 billion

BLOG: Who has shown some cool, green leadership this month… And who is heating up the planet?

NEWS: Hugging huskies will not solve ‘ultimate challenge’ of climate change, UK Labour leader says in plea for end to photo-op politics

NEWS: NASA satellite data reveals record water level drop in the Colorado River Basin, as drought is linked to climate change

NEWS: Grey and harbour seals appear to enjoy wind farms, foraging at individual turbines

NEWS: Greenhouse gases continued to climb, with concentrations of major gases reaching historically high levels say scientists

ANALYSIS: Twelve months on from the battle of Balcombe, Britain is little closer to exploiting its shale gas reserves

BLOG: 18 men and women who will play a vital role in developing an international deal to curb emissions

NEWS: Polluting coal plants will stay open unless policymakers act, say campaigners

NEWS: Green groups and private sector says REDD+ is key to cutting emissions, but government action is needed

NEWS: Ideas flood in on how Warsaw’s loss and damage mechanism could limit damage to the world’s most vulnerable

NEWS: European Commission targets 30% energy savings by 2030 after last-minute wrangling

NEWS: Barack Obama and Xi Jinping are on “a very long list” of leaders signed up, says UN climate chief

COMMENT: A successful UN climate deal in 2015 will require guaranteed flows of support for climate vulnerable countries, writes Saleemul Huq

NEWS: UN-backed event ends with unusual call from civil society groups to end capitalism

ANALYSIS: Launched to great fanfare in Fortaleza, opinion is mixed on whether the emerging economy fund will be a force for good

NEWS: Study suggests US and China coal curbs could make future investments in sector risky

BLOG: Activists plan largest ever climate march in September, when Ban Ki-moon hosts summit in New York