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NEWS: UK student campaign against oil, gas and coal holdings gathers pace with two universities considering divesting

NEWS: Emissions cap is latest effort from Chinese government designed to target country’s rising pollution

NEWS: Reaction from ministers, UN officials and NGOs as White House unveils plan to cut CO2 pollution

NEWS: Views from John Kerry, Christiana Figueres, Ed Davey plus leading NGOs and business groups

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Latest news, analysis, tweets and commentary from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s report on the impacts of global warming

Friday’s top five: Coke VP says water shortages a concern, UK PM hails fracking, Green Bonds pass $10bn mark, China wind capacity soars

Thursday’s top five: Green groups anger as US pipeline opens, US court blocks Arctic drilling, scientists turn yeast to oil

Latest headlines and analysis from London and Brussels as EU prepares to presents its energy and climate strategy up to 2030

Wednesday’s top five: Clean energy boosts EU economy says report, Beijing bans heavy polluters, Australia’s water supplies at risk say scientists

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Tuesday’s top 5: Obama receives report on how to bypass Congress, Chinese governor will fire officials who burn more coal, and electric vehicle rage in San Jose

Monday’s top five: El Nino could double, Australia coal stocks in crisis, Western world accused of ‘outsourcing’ carbon pollution

Friday’s top 5: Environmental groups say Obama must apply climate test to all energy decisions, RWE to scale back its renewables investments, and Beijing mayor announces new air pollution measures

Thursday’s top 5: World may need to suck CO2 out of air, China becomes one of world’s largest historical emitters, senators push for Keystone approval

Wednesday’s top 5: UK has wins battle against fracking rules, Pine Island Glacier in ‘irreversible’ retreat, Danish pension funds invest in climate change projects

Tuesday’s top 5: Tech giant’s purchase of smart thermostat company a boost for smart grids, Peruvian government to push ahead with Amazon drilling, and global warming forces plants up mountains

Monday’s top 5: UK accused of “bribing councils” with fracking money, China’s wetlands shrink by 9%, and China prepares for a nationwide carbon trading scheme

Friday’s top 5: Boxer and Whitehouse form ‘Climate Action Task Force’, Pacific island faces category four cyclone, and Australia has world’s second highest carbon emission intensity