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Shipping regulators wary of UN climate intervention

NEWS: UK and US envoys admit to industry the International Maritime Organization could be overruled on emissions goals

Countries edge towards loss and damage deal at climate talks

NEWS: Proposals published late Friday show positions once light years apart are slowly converging, although much work remains before Paris

Parish visit to St Peter & St Michael, Woolston.

Parish visit to St Peter & St Michael, Woolston, Archdiocese of Liverpool, by Fr. Bernard McDermott SSC

John Ashton: Fracking in England only possible if it is imposed

COMMENT: There is no need for fracking, anywhere in my country. There is no national interest case. It cannot happen by consent.

‘Now is not the time to turn our backs’

The escalating violence in the Middle East and Africa has forced thousands of refugees to run for their lives.

Tea and biscuits: US makes soft power play on climate

BLOG: Matthew Barzun, President Obama's ambassador to the UK, invites climate twitterati to round table at London residence

Australian PM heads for climate clash with Pacific island leaders

NEWS: Tony Abbott will come under fire for coal-friendly policies at Port Moresby meeting, as neighbours back mining moratorium

Visiting Abu Bilal

India environment minister blasts rich world’s greedy lifestyles

NEWS: Developed countries need five Earths to fuel ‘unsustainable’ habits while India makes do with one, says Prakash Javadekar

Green infrastructure could save cities fifth of world GDP by 2050

NEWS: Public transport, efficient buildings and recycling investments pay off in energy savings, New Climate Economy report shows


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John Ray Initiative:

Well I went!

All We Can:

On Friday 21 April, 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to maintain the commitment made by...

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