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Worst drought on record dries up São Paulo's main water reserves – in pictures

The devastation of oil pollution in the Niger Delta's creeks seen from the air - Niger communities have decided to bypass Niger courts & sue Royal Dutch Shell in London courts.

The devastation of oil pollution in the Niger Delta's creeks seen from the air - Niger communities have decided to bypass Niger courts & sue Royal Dutch Shell in London courts.

Narendra Modi announces a new alliance of nations and industry on large-scale expansion of solar energy use in the tropics and beyond

Narendra Modi announces a new alliance of nations and industry on large-scale expansion of solar energy use in the tropics and beyond

The mayor of Denmark’s capital launches a push to withdraw the city’s £700m investment fund out of coal, oil and gas holdings

The mayor of Denmark’s capital launches a push to withdraw the city’s £700m investment fund out of coal, oil and gas holdings

World Health Organisation describes new data as ‘health emergency’, with rising concern likely to influence decision over Heathrow expansion

World Health Organisation describes new data as ‘health emergency’, with rising concern likely to influence decision over Heathrow expansion

Rate of deforestation in Indonesia overtakes Brazil. Indonesia lost 840,000 hectares of forest in 2012 compared to 460,000 hectares in Brazil, despite its forest being a quarter the size of the Amazon rainforest.

Rate of deforestation in Indonesia overtakes Brazil. Indonesia lost 840,000 hectares of forest in 2012 compared to 460,000 hectares in Brazil, despite its forest being a quarter the size of the Amazon rainforest.

Hillary Clinton opposes Keystone, but other pipelines have forged ahead

Hillary Clinton opposes Keystone, but other pipelines have forged ahead

On the Cusp of Climate Change -- Animal and plant species around the world may be threatened by warmer global temperatures.

On the Cusp of Climate Change -- Animal and plant species around the world may be threatened by warmer global temperatures.

Global warming is now slowing down the circulation of the oceans — with potentially dire consequences - The Washington Post

Global warming is now slowing down the circulation of the oceans — with potentially dire consequences - The Washington Post

Until governments undertake to keep fossil fuels in the ground, they will continue to undermine the agreement they have just made

Until governments undertake to keep fossil fuels in the ground, they will continue to undermine the agreement they have just made

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