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The Anti-Coal Vigil*

The public consultation on Kingsnorth closes on Wednesday the 9th of September. Ed Miliband will be making a final decision on the future of coal power in the UK.

To remind Ed how we all feel about unabated coal power we are planning an evening vigil outside Ed's Department of Energy and Climate Change.

At 4.30pm on Monday 14th September, we'll be gathering outside the DECC building in London. The demonstration will feature supporters from across the coalition, representing the wide range of public opposition to climate-wrecking dirty coal power.

Powershift 2009

Young people everywhere are waking up to the reality of the climate crisis, and demanding the secure energy future that they deserve. If you're a young person keen to get involved, why not join the UKYCC team working with other young people to build a cleaner, smarter, safer future.

Read more about Powershift 2009.

G20: No more business as usual?

This autumn the G20 is back - and so is Put People First!

On Friday 4 September, the G20 Finance Ministers are meeting in London to discuss the financial crisis, for the first time since April's G20 summit.

So far the G20 have flunked the challenge of putting people first in response to the financial crisis, preferring instead to patch up the old system that has led to poverty, inequality and the threat of climate chaos.

Oxfam goes for an underwater dinner - 100 days to Copenhagen

lowering the clock

To mark the 100-day countdown to the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference Oxfam has set up a unique underwater event.

With 100 days to go until the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, Ian Sullivan is at the Sea Life Aquarium in London reporting on an unusual event organised by Oxfam.

But there is a reason behind this, and it’s to do with the 100-day countdown to the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.

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