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Will 2015 be the warmest year on record?

BLOG: Combination of temperature rises linked to greenhouse gas emissions and EL Nino could send mercury levels soaring

27 April 2015
Ed King

By Edward King

On climate change, Obama don’t need no ‘anger translator’

BLOG: POTUS gets irate in skit on US inaction on climate change as he ribs critics at annual Correspondent’s Dinner at White House

27 April 2015
RTCC Team

By Alex Pashley

Climate change weekly wrap (April #4) – news, video and analysis

All you need to know from the last seven days of international climate change and energy politics

24 April 2015
Megan Darby

By Megan Darby

How do US Senators’ climate convictions square with voters?

BLOG: Congressmen more likely to believe in man-made global warming if states they represent too back its existence, study shows

24 April 2015
RTCC Team

By Alex Pashley

A 7-step plan to avoid stranding your fossil fuel assets

BLOG: Most coal, oil and gas must stay in the ground to avert climate disaster. What is an energy company to do? We’re here to help

23 April 2015
Megan Darby

By Megan Darby

8 things Earth Day ever did for the environment

BLOG: The first eco-protest to go viral turns 45 today. We look back at the environmental movement’s greatest achievements

22 April 2015
RTCC Team

By Alex Pashley

Eight essential elements for a UN climate change deal

BLOG: To mark Earth Day 2015, leading scientists and academics list what they say are the foundations for a plan to tackle global warming

22 April 2015
Ed King

By Edward King

Obama: Climate change can no longer be denied or ignored

VIDEO: US president says science on climate is clear in 2015 Earth Day address, calls for Congress support for clean energy and emission cutting policies

21 April 2015
Ed King

By Edward King

How three coastal cities are rising to the climate challenge

BLOG: From Rotterdam in the Netherlands to Tarakan in Indonesia, coastal cities must deal with rising sea levels and extreme weather threats

20 April 2015
Megan Darby

By Megan Darby

Oxford mock UN climate summit offers lessons for everyone

BLOG: Students at the Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University, are role-playing the Paris talks – can they strike a deal?

25 March 2015
Megan Darby

By Megan Darby