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article 13 April 2014 World
News
Fixing climate change 'not a free lunch'

At the launch of a UN climate change report, a leading expert admits dealing with climate change is not a free lunch - but adds that, for the sake of our future, it is a lunch worth buying.

article 02 April 2014 UK
News
Scientists challenge work of climate change dissenter

With other academics hotly challenging his input into the ongoing debate about the likely effects of climate change, Professor Richard Tol tells Channel 4 News: "I'm an independent counsel".

article 02 April 2014 Science
News
'Greenest government ever', or blowing in the wind?

As reports emerge suggesting the Conservatives may remove support for wind farms from their next manifesto, Channel 4 News tracks the ups and downs of their stormy relationship on green issues.

video 31 March 2014 UK

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Was the climate change report alarmist? - video

Baroness Worthington, Labour's Climate Change spokeswoman in the House of Lords and Dr Bjorn Lomborg - the author of the Skeptical Environmentalist discuss todays climate change news.

post 31 March 2014
Read more from Tom Clarke on his blog 'Nobody on planet untouched by impacts of climate change'

The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report is out and it warns of direct risks to humanity from flood, famine and conflict.

article 31 March 2014 UK
News
'We live in an era of man-made climate change' - IPCC

Much of the world remains unprepared for the mounting threats of the changing climate, a major international report warns.

post 28 March 2014
Read more from Tom Clarke on his blog Why water is now the biggest threat to our island nation

Ahead of publication of the latest IPCC report, there's no real argument about the major climate change threat to the UK. Water is set to become this country's biggest problem.

video 27 March 2014 World, Arctic

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Climate change is 'mankind's greatest threat' - video

Jon Snow is in Greenland looking at climate change with the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, who believes that this is the greatest threat to mankind's capacity to live together in harmony.

post 25 March 2014
Read more from Jon on Snowblog I am on the edge of the Arctic Circle...

Next Monday sees the publication of one of the strongest climate change reports the United Nations has ever commissioned. It looks set to be a terrifying document.