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Should The Fossil Fuel Industry Have A Seat At The Climate Negations Table?

The fossil fuel industry now seems poised for an inevitable burial, hopefully never to be dug up again. After years of unmitigated damage to the environment, relentless protests by climate change activists and civil society organizations from around the world finally seemed to have been afforded the gravitas the situation ...

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Paris wrap up: [Day one]

Fossil of the day is awarded, Australia gets a warning, and key leaders speak.

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Indigenous groups hold a healing ceremony for Paris terror attacks and climate change

In a beautiful show of solidarity, indigenous groups hold a healing ceremony for Paris

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Thousands of empty shoes are left in place of cancelled Paris climate march

The global climate march in Paris was cancelled - but something beautiful has happened.

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Behind the scenes of our You're The Voice video shoot

We've been working solidly for the last year to bring you our anthem for climate action and hope. Get a sneak peek behind the scenes here!

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What do we mean when we talk about 'climate action and hope'?

Our 'You're the Voice' campaign is an anthem for climate action and hope. But what does that actually mean? And why is it important?

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Paris on the ground: How the city of love is increasing green spaces

In the lead up to COP 21 we take a look at how the city is becoming more sustainable.

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We're taking our ‘anthem for climate action and hope’ all the way to the UN’s Paris summit

We've resurrected a 1980s hit song popularised by comeback rock star John Farnham, and the powerful video clip will be played at the global climate change summit in Paris next month.

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Paris climate summit: why more women need seats at the table

Including more women in international climate negotiations will lead to better results. Here are 15 climate champions already making a difference.