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Meet the suits in Paris trying to make green sexy

BLOG: High emissions aren’t hip, say Nike, Renault and M&S chiefs trying hard to rebrand a carbon-lite lifestyle

21 May 2015
Ed King

By Edward King

Is this the most blatant invitation to greenwash ever?

BLOG: Malaysian palm oil lobby offers prize for essays persuading people the sector does not drive deforestation

19 May 2015
Megan Darby

By Megan Darby

That weekend I built a solar power plant

BLOG: Generating your own supply of electricity is straightforward and cheap – so easy that RTCC editor Ed King had a go

18 May 2015
Ed King

By Edward King

Wikiclimate: crowdsourcing’s place in a Paris deal

BLOG: Citizens of the world invited to submit ideas in in climate action contest to influence negotiators ahead of December summit

14 May 2015
RTCC Team

By Alex Pashley

Binding CO2 cap would leave US on shaky legal ground

BLOG: US legal expert lays out criteria for Paris pact, warns administration should not over commit or it could face trouble in courts

12 May 2015
Ed King

By Edward King

Will a Paris climate change pact have any teeth?

ANALYSIS: What requirements will a proposed 2015 global warming deal place on countries? It’s a question exercising top legal minds

12 May 2015
Ed King

By Edward King

Seven ways to get the Tories to back ambitious climate policies

BLOG: With a Conservative government all-but assured in the UK, green groups will need to reassess their engagement strategy

8 May 2015
Ed King

By Edward King

Louis Vuitton to sponsor UN climate summit in Paris

NEWS: French handbag giant set to help fund 2015 conference, say reports, amid concerns meeting will be dominated by big business

6 May 2015
Ed King

By Edward King

UK university displays ‘memorial’ to named climate deniers

BLOG: Nigel Lawson, James Delingpole and Melanie Phillips feature in provocative work awarded Anglia Ruskin sustainability art prize

29 April 2015
Megan Darby

By Megan Darby

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

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