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Wildlife in a warming world

If we don’t take meaningful and urgent action to cut greenhouse gas emissions and so limit global temperature rise, then – as a new study from WWF and the University of East Anglia shows – we can expect devastating losses across every species group and on every continent.

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After COP23, time to join the dots

Momentum is a precious commodity in the climate talks. With the complexity of the negotiations, the enormous inertia working against progress, and the urgency of the need to reduce emissions, maintaining forward motion is vital. COP23, which concluded on Saturday, maintained that momentum. Credit goes to the Fijian presidency, for its focus on implementation and […]

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Cities and climate – what’s the connection?

For the first time in human history, over half of the world’s population lives in cities. And urban populations are expected to reach six billion by 2050! Cities and urban areas are also responsible for around 70% of global CO2 emissions, from energy consumption in buildings and transport, waste and water services, industrial processes – […]

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