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A story of hope: the Guardian launches phase II of its climate change campaign

With crucial climate talks on the horizon, Keep it in the ground turns its focus to hope for the future – the power to change and the solar revolution. Join us and help make that change happenGet all Keep it in the ground stories by selecting ‘Foll…

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Obama’s approval of Arctic drilling ‘undermines his climate message’

US president’s call for action on climate change is at odds with letting Shell drill for oil in the Arctic, says Bill McKibbenBarrack Obama has fatally undermined the message of his visit to the Arctic to highlight the dangers of climate change becau…

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Richard Dawkinss cosmic tombstone: what would you add?

Evolutionary biologist has called for a massive posthumous space-brag, giving future lifeforms the chance to understand us Continue reading…

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Why a watermelon tells you what’s wrong with the climate debate | James Randerson

The right believes the agenda is green on the outside but red on the inside – we must take the political poison out of the debateWatermelon is a word that tells you what is wrong with the climate change debate.For some libertarians, it is the insult …

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Will the Olympics lead to a cycling renaissance in Britain? | James Randerson

The thrilling performances in the velodrome and out on the road may have a knock-on effect for ordinary cyclistsAfter thrilling cycling performances from Sir Chris Hoy, Laura Trott, Victoria Pendleton and Bradley Wiggins, what kind of two-wheeled bou…

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The TV interview that tied James Delingpole’s tongue | James Randerson

The bellicose Telegraph climate sceptic has complained to the BBC of being ‘intellectually raped’ on Horizon during an interview with Nobel prize-winner Sir Paul Nurse• Climate sceptics: are they gaining any credence?• Climate sceptic James Deling…

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The TV interview that tied James Delingpole’s tongue | James Randerson

The bellicose Telegraph climate sceptic has complained to the BBC of being ‘intellectually raped’ on Horizon during an interview with Nobel prize-winner Sir Paul Nurse• Climate sceptics: are they gaining any credence?• Climate sceptic James Deling…

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The TV interview that tied James Delingpole’s tongue | James Randerson

The bellicose Telegraph climate sceptic has complained to the BBC of being ‘intellectually raped’ on Horizon during an interview with Nobel prize-winner Sir Paul Nurse• Climate sceptics: are they gaining any credence?• Climate sceptic James Deling…

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The TV interview that tied James Delingpole’s tongue | James Randerson

The bellicose Telegraph climate sceptic has complained to the BBC of being ‘intellectually raped’ on Horizon during an interview with Nobel prize-winner Sir Paul Nurse• Climate sceptics: are they gaining any credence?• Climate sceptic James Deling…

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The TV interview that tied James Delingpole’s tongue | James Randerson

The bellicose Telegraph climate sceptic has complained to the BBC of being ‘intellectually raped’ on Horizon during an interview with Nobel prize-winner Sir Paul Nurse• Climate sceptics: are they gaining any credence?• Climate sceptic James Deling…

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