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Climate change will create "ripe" regions for terrorists

NEWS: White House report stresses national security dangers posed if greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise

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Hollande backs business with demand for global carbon price

NEWS: French President’s remarks chime with other business leaders at conference six months before Paris hosts crunch UN talks

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Brazil, China urge rich nations to take lead in Paris

NEWS: Developed countries must cut carbon deepest and deliver finance pledge, say emerging economies central to crunch summit

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Hungary president lends support to Live Earth climate campaign

NEWS: Hungary’s president boosts plan to collect a billion-signature petition aimed at pressuring politicians ahead of Paris summit

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Hollande and Merkel back long term carbon cutting goal

NEWS: European heavyweights say global economy must be decarbonised by 2100, back carbon markets to deliver cuts and growth

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Activists split on Oxford University partial divestment

NEWS: Reactions to university rejection of coal and tar sands range from “great leadership” to handing back degrees in disgust

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Fabius: Momentum growing behind long term climate target

NEWS: President of 2015 climate summit says he’s encouraged by countries backing calls to radically cut CO2 emissions in second half of century

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Oxford University activists ramp up pressure to divest

NEWS: Amid mixed results for fossil fuel divestment campaigns, Oxford alumni are threatening to hand back their degrees

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India, China urge rich nations to cut carbon deeper

NEWS: Developed countries must lead emissions curbs and make good on finance pledge say major emitters key to climate pact

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Why the Marshall Islands are rocking the boat at UN shipping talks

INTERVIEW: Foreign minister Tony de Brum has maritime emissions in his sights in the latest bid to safeguard his country’s future

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India's green record shames the West, says Modi economic chief

NEWS: Arvind Subramanian says Delhi’s record on climate change is far more impressive than developed countries give it credit for

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UN shipping body shelves emissions target

NEWS: A Marshall Islands plea for climate action fell on deaf ears at IMO, leaving CO2 to rise unchecked

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Paris climate deal to boost global economic growth, says Figueres

NEWS: Executive secretary of UN climate convention rejects notion carbon curbs will slow growth, admits 2015 deal will not be a “silver bullet”

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G7 ministers hail agreement on climate goals ahead of June summit

NEWS: Energy chiefs say group of industrialised countries are in consensus over urgency of “deep” greenhouse gas cuts

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Obama guilty of climate denial after Shell green light, says McKibben

NEWS: Allowing oil giant to search for more fossil fuels denies the “meaning” of scientific warnings, writes 350 campaign founder

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Australia needs radical CO2 cuts to match US, EU

NEWS: Mind the gap: experts show scale of cuts needed to match pollution reduction targets of major world emitters

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Hollande calls for climate funds at Caribbean summit

NEWS: French president urges rich countries to help vulnerable states as top officials from Cuba to the Bahamas stake out common position for region

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Why Canada's provinces are fighting the Feds on climate

ANALYSIS: Leftwingers’ shock victory in oil-rich Alberta signals energy sector shake-up as anticipated carbon taxes defy PM Harper

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Conservative majority increases UK climate influence - Barker

NEWS: Returning prime minister David Cameron will advocate for a strong climate deal in Paris, says his former envoy

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Modi: India can offer "natural leadership" on climate change

NEWS: PM offers grand vision of green India but no clues on country’s possible contribution to global climate pact

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