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Selecting the 9th Secretary-General, a practical step towards development reform?

An effective Secretary-General, selected through a robust process that provides him or her with a broad-based mandate, could have a transformative

UK can be almost entirely powered by renewable energy by 2030, new study shows

All rights reserved. Credit: 10:10 "Can the UK run on renewable energy, and how long will it take us to get there?" Here at Greenpeace...

What can we expect from India’s climate change plan?

COMMENT: India’s anticipated commitment to climate action will be nothing short of transformational given challenges on the ground

Pope primed for US Congress climate warning

CRIB NOTES SEPT 21-27: Capitol Hill welcomes Catholic leader, US and China to discuss climate, UK backs nuclear By Ed King It’s a huge week coming

Carbon markets likely off Paris summit agenda – World Bank envoy

NEWS: Greenhouse gas taxes and markets to get short shrift at UN conference, says bank’s top climate official

Pakistan ordered to enforce climate law by Lahore court

NEWS: Farmer's legal challenge makes history as judge tells government to get its act together on tackling global warming

Tobias Ellwood replies to UNA-UK's calls for a robust Arms Trade Treaty

Mr Ellwood conceded that Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond was unable to attend CSP1, but stressed that the UK’s absence “should not be taken to ind

Podcast: climate change and the refugee crisis

PODCAST: Megan Darby is joined by Labour MP Barry Gardiner and Chatham House's Glada Lahn to discuss global warming & migration links

Ellen Teague speaks about Laudati Si and Climate Change in All Saints, Kenton

Ellen Teague speaks about Laudati Si and Climate Change at all Masses in All Saints, Kenton, Westminster Archdiocese.

Honorary degree for UNISON’s Dave Prentis

UNISON general secretary Dave Prentis today (Friday) received an honorary degree from the Open University, marking his “commitment to lifelong, lif

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