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NFWI response to the widening of the definition of domestic violence

The amendments to the Home Office definition of domestic violence are a welcome step in the right direction.

Government falls short of getting climate change promise back on track

The Scottish Government has failed to sufficiently use today’s draft Budget as an opportunity to turn things around and get Scotland back on track

Green Tomato Chutney from the Cre8sound Cafe

Aid spending inquiry must scrutinise private sector cash-in

Deborah Doane, director of anti-poverty group the World Development Movement, said today that the UK government’s aid spending inquiry should...

Aid spending inquiry must scrutinise private sector cash-in

Deborah Doane, director of anti-poverty group the World Development Movement, said today that the UK government’s aid spending inquiry should...

Smelling a Stradivarius (or how to value 100 endangered species)

“The ‘what can nature do for us’ approach has made it increasingly difficult for conservationists to protect the most threatened species on the pla

Climate Friendly BoA September newsletter

Neglected but not forgotten

It’s been a while since I blogged on APEShit – not through lack of things to write about, but because we’ve been totally focused on our Pledge camp

Soccer Aid 2012 smashes all fundraising records for UNICEF's work for children

Three months on from ITV1's star-studded football fundraiser, UNICEF is delighted to announce that Soccer Aid 2012 has raised over £4.9 million for

Greenbelt festival

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Edinburgh City Council’s June 20 Transport & Environment Committee has moved the CCWEL...

John Ray Initiative:

The tale of our world – why there’s no room for heroes or villains If research into the...

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