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Poll: British children concerned by effects of climate change
17 April 2013A poll commissioned by UNICEF UK, published today, shows that children in Britain are deeply concerned about the impact of climate change, both for their own futures and for those of children in developing countries.
Progress on climate change at COP 18, but was it enough?
UNICEF UK today welcome the steps to progress at COP 18 in Doha, but called for further action and ambition on climate change to protect the world's children.10 December 2012
UNICEF UK calls for urgent action on climate change
We welcome the leadership shown by the British government at this week's UN Climate Change talks in Doha, supporting those children around the world most affected by climate change. 8 December 2012
UNICEF: Girls more vulnerable to climate disasters
UNICEF is calling for more investment to protect communities from disasters related to climate change. 12 October 2012
Rio Summit signals progress for children
Last week's Rio+20 summit recognised the vital role of children and young people in sustainable development.26 June 2012
UNICEF UK campaigners ask Nick Clegg to speak up for children
Campaigners handed our 5,800-strong petition to the Deputy PM yesterday ahead of his departure for the Rio Earth Summit.14 June 2012
UNICEF UK welcomes climate talks progress
UNICEF UK welcomes the progress made at the UN Climate Talks in Durban last week, in particular the establishment of the Green Climate Fund to help vulnerable children and communities adapt to climate change.12 December 2011
Robin Hood Tax could be used to help millions of children
UNICEF UK President Paddy Ashdown makes the case for a global tax on financial transactions.6 December 2011
COP17: Governments must put poorest and most vulnerable first
As the COP17 climate summit begins in Durban today, UNICEF urges leaders to prioritise the needs of those most vulnerable to climate change. 28 November 2011
Children in East Asia face climate change catastrophe
A new UNICEF report warns that children in East Asia and the Pacific will be among the world's most vulnerable to climate change.15 November 2011
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