Greenpeace: Indonesian government accuses NGO’s creating fake news

  A press release posted on the Greenpeace website (Mar 29) claims that an unannounced inspection by the Indonesian Ministry of the Environment and Forestry of logging concession PT...

Only Sweden, Germany and France Among EU are Pursuing Paris Climate Goals, Says Study

  UK ranks fifth in table assessing EU actions to cut carbon emissions by 40%, with most countries gaining wiggle room via loopholes Sweden, Germany and...

Public No Longer trusts NGOs

  Rustam Ibrahim, NGO observer revealed that public trust on NGOs is still low. “Public trust toward NGO is the lowest. It’s below the trust...

French Presidential Candidate Macron Invites US Climate Scientists to “Come to France!”

  Centrist presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron on Friday released a video in English, inviting US scientists who feel their work is threatened under Donald Trump’s...

Ebell: Paris Agreement ‘a dead end’

  The Paris Agreement on climate change is dead following the election of Donald Trump as the next US President, right-wing MPs in Australia have claimed. The...

NOAA Exposed in Climate Change Scam

  The Mail on Sunday today reveals astonishing evidence that the organisation that is the world’s leading source of climate data rushed to publish a...

Scottish Government Launches Public Consultation on Fracking

  Four-month consultation on possibility of fracking in Scotland runs until end of May with dedicated website at talkingfracking.scot, reports BusinessGreen. The Scottish government has launched...

Asian Pulp Paper: NGOs report claim concession permits revoked

  Jakarta. On 2 February 2017 the Jakarta based NGO Greenomics Indonesia reported the Indonesian paper giant Asian Pulp Paper had some of its concession...

Swedish Deputy Prime Minister Apparently Mocks Trump with All-Female Photo

  Isabella Lovin signs bill surrounded by women colleagues, apparently a reference photos of Trump signing bills surrounded by men. Sweden’s deputy prime minister, Isabella Lövin,...

‘Tinder for Orangutans’: Dutch Zoo to Let Female Choose Mate on a Tablet

  Orangutan Samboja will be shown males on a touchscreen in experiment aimed at learning more about mating choices. A Dutch zoo hopes to increase the...
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