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James Thornton
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"Rising seas are washing away Torres Strait Islanders' homes. We're supporting them to bring a world-first climate change case."

Sophie Marjanac
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“Governments across the EU are still breathing life into coal with major subsidies. Europe needs to get a grip on its coal problem.”

Ilona Jedrasik
Energy Lead, Poland

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“We stepped in to save Europe's oldest forest from illegal logging, protecting lynx, bison and other endangered species.”

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