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Climate, Oceans and Fisheries: “Will we be part of the problem or part of the solution?”

This question stems from a statement by Fiji Minister, Inia Seruiratou, who at last month’s COP23 said: “Success on climate action requires deep collaboration by a broad coalition of stakeholders. We all have a role to play. If we are not part of the solution, we are part of the problem”. The question is: to […]

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MockCOP: Students from schools across Wales gather to have their say on climate change.

The MockCOP provides a platform for students to debate and vote on global issues – a rare opportunity for many 14-18 year olds. Held at an actual debating chamber in Cardiff, the event replicates the United Nations climate change conference. Students become delegates for the day and must agree to a resolution on climate change issues. […]

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Scotland moves up a gear to tackle climate change

It has seemed like relentless bad news over the past month as the world struggles to cope with the very real impacts of a changing climate. Lives and livelihoods have been destroyed by flooding in South Asia; Hurricane Harvey battered America’s petrochemical heartland in Texas; and Hurricane Irma destroyed 90% of Barbuda’s buildings, caused devastation […]

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