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Past articles by Natalie:

Russia-Ukraine dispute over Crimea spills into UN climate forum

Moscow has furiously denied Ukraine’s claim in a routine carbon accounting report that Russian annexation of the Crimea region made it hard to collect emissions data → Read More

Which countries have not ratified the Paris climate agreement?

More than five years after the Paris Agreement was adopted, six of 197 signatories have not formally backed the deal. South Sudan is the latest country to ratify → Read More

Don’t shop till you drop: advice to UK citizens on net zero climate goals

UK holds 'citizens' assembly' to seek ideas for cutting emissions to net-0 by 2050. But some participants doubt the government will listen → Read More

Stakeholders push for progress on France’s climate adaptation plans

Politicians, citizens and experts meet to discuss how and why France must invest more heavily in climate adaptation after report warns of major national impacts → Read More

With UN climate talks looming, Spanish election continues political uncertainty

The Socialists won most seats, but were weakened by rise of far right and conservative vote. Madrid climate talks unlikely to be affected → Read More

London police ban on Extinction Rebellion was unlawful, court finds

Lawyers for the protest group say those arrested illegally could claim thousands in compensation → Read More

Extinction Rebellion art seized by police includes Ron Mueck skull

Australian artist's works have sold for up to $1.3m. Police could not say whether they still have the skull, seized among hundreds of artworks during October protests → Read More

Former German vice chancellor Gabriel tipped to head car industry lobby

Gabriel's appointment would further strengthen the close ties between Germany's political class and the automobile sector → Read More

Russian climate law gutted after industry intervention

Draft bill, which had been seen as step towards modernising Russia's economy, loses legal targets and support for low carbon projects → Read More

France systematically breached air pollution limits, EU court rules

Country must rapidly comply with EU limits on nitrogen dioxide or face fines, in ruling that will pile pressure on other underachievers → Read More

Emmanuel Macron's war on climate activism

Why are climate protesters being tear-gassed under the watch of France's president, a self-defined climate champion? → Read More

After 1,600 arrests, Extinction Rebellion fights for right to protest in UK

Facing a total ban on their protest in London, the activists are now embroiled in a struggle for their right to assemble → Read More

Extinction Rebellion eyes legal challenge after police ban protesters from London

The move prompted a group of politicians and campaigners to protest in Trafalgar Square in defiance of the ban → Read More

Police clamp down as Extinction Rebellion tries to disrupt London airport

Protests against the expansion of London City Airport attracted an immediate police response and have so far failed to affect flights in or out → Read More

In Siberia, illegal logging feeds China's factories. One woman fights back

In the world's largest forest, an illicit timber industry feeds factories in China. But one of Russia's fiercest environmentalists is on patrol → Read More

The Extinction Rebellion October uprising

Updates from the climate protest as it unfolds around the world over two weeks → Read More

This is what the world promised at the UN climate action summit

Dozens of promises were made by governments, civil society and business. Accountability is the next step → Read More

UN agency calls for global Green New Deal to overhaul financial system

Current financial system cannot deliver public goods on the scale needed to cope with climate change, UN official says → Read More

Russia formally joins Paris climate agreement

Four years after it was agreed, Russia has formalised its participation in the climate accord → Read More

Maersk aims for zero emissions vessels by 2030

Efficiency measures can only keep pollution standing still, not bring it down. But making clean shipping a commercial reality in a decade remains huge challenge → Read More