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Serious action must follow

Andrew Taylor-Dawson
| 13th May 2019
Westminster and Scottish Parliament declare a climate emergency – but we must make the radical changes needed to keep to 1.5C of warming.

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That desert, Pakistan

China's multiple coal deals

Climate Home News
Megan Darby
| 1st May 2019
At the belt and road summit in Beijing, leaders talked up sustainable development, while investors forged ahead with polluting power projects in partner countries

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Gypsum mine

Mining in the UK: Part I

Dawn Stevenson
| 4th February 2019
The UK Government and industry players are looking to revitalise domestic mining, placing communities and ecosystems under threat.

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Fakenomics: Coal lights the fires under climate science

Brendan Montague
| 29th August 2018
The coal industry in the United States was the first source of funding for climate denial during the late ‘80s and ‘90s. The industry knew that its survival depended on undermining climate change science and threw its considerable influence and power into funding climate denial. BRENDAN MONTAGUE investigates

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Greenpeace activists revamp the entry of the KBC bank building

Greenpeace declares victory as Belgian bank KBC ends its coal investments

Nick Meynen
EnvJustice
| 4th May 2018
The entrance to the headquarters of KBC bank in Brussels was taken by environmental activists Thursday concerned about the financial and climatic risks of coal investments in the Czech Republic. Hours later, the bank surprised the activists by announcing an end to all new coal investments. NICK MEYNEN reports in the inaugural post for our ENVJUSTICE series

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Pont Valley Protest Camp evicted by police

Two arrested at coal protest site eviction

Catherine Early
| 20th April 2018
Police have arrested two activists taking part in a protest against an open cast coal mine in County Durham. Campaigners claim the eviction could collapse tunnels and injure protesters inside. CATHERINE EARLY reports

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