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Africa adopts sustainable transport plan
African countries have moved closer to a cleaner, greener system of cars and public transport after ministers adopted a continent-wide sustainability strategy today.
Climate change to be discussed at G20 summit
The Abbott government has reluctantly agreed to discuss climate change at the G20 summit in Brisbane, but the G20 group will not make any new commitments to act on emissions.

The Sydney Morning Herald
Rio says it will offset 3.6 million tonnes of carbon emissions at 2016 Olympic Games
The Rio 2016 local organizing committee set a target on Thursday to offset the total amount of greenhouse gases estimated to be produced by the world's largest multi-sport event.
Daily News & Analysis
IPCC preparing 'most important' document on climate change
Scientists and officials are meeting in Denmark to edit what's been termed the "most important document" on climate change.
The IPCC Synthesis Report will summarise the causes and impacts of - and solutions to - rising temperatures. It will be the bedrock of talks on a new global climate deal.
BBC News
EU car makers already beating 2015 emission targets
Car makers have hit CO2 emissions goals several years ahead of their deadlines, according to updated data from the European Environment Agency (EEA).
Business Green
Oil guzzling Malta proposes climate change law
Malta has proposed a new climate law, creating a legal obligation for the country to hit its emission reduction targets.
Banks invest record 66bn in coal sector
Commercial banks poured record sums of money into coal last year, despite mounting evidence of the climate risks.
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