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Governments Tackle Interlinked Challenges of Land Loss and Climate Change

A new UN report says that mismanagement of land coupled with the impacts of a changing climate are key factors responsible for the loss of valuable agricultural land. Current management practices in the land-use sector contributes to about 25 per cent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. Globally, 169 countries are

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World’s Greenest Soccer Club Kicks Off in Professional League

Turning Football Passion into Passion for the Planet Interview with Forest Green Rovers Chairman Dale Vince   UN Climate Change News, August 4 – England soccer team Forest Green Rovers kicks off its first ever professional league campaign in its 128-year history knowing that they are already champions if environmental sustainability and commitment to a low

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100 Multinationals Commit to 100% Renewable Electricity

RE100, a key group of leading multinational companies dedicated to 100% renewable electricity, has today reached its 100 members milestone. The companies AkzoNobel N.V., AXA, Burberry plc and Carlsberg Group joined the initiative of the Climate Group, which already includes major companies such as Google, Coca-Cola Enterprises and IKEA. The massively ramped up deployment

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