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Mexico’s dragging energy reforms threaten green reputation

NEWS: Developing country was hailed for early climate pledge, but the Senate is being slow to sign off crucial renewables law

Climate negotiators urged to up pace at Bonn session

ANALYSIS: As politicians converge on substantive issues, interim talks next week must address the legal structure of a global deal

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER FOR CREATION An ecumenical service

Pope Francis has decided to set up a “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation” which will be celebrated on 1st September annually.

Paris climate agreement can’t leave behind the most vulnerable

COMMENT: If politics of pollution continue to trump rights of those most exposed to climate change, UN summit could be explosive
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WWF: Climate and Conservation Action Needed from Arctic Political Meeting

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Epic walrus gathering on again

EU urged to help Western Balkans phase out coal

NEWS: As leaders meet in Vienna to discuss closer cooperation, they must address the energy transition, argues CAN Europe

EU should pressure Western Balkans to phase out coal – report

NEWS: As leaders meet in Vienna to discuss closer cooperation, they must address the energy transition, argues CAN Europe

We have 4 months to save solar - and thousands of jobs

Government has proposed that, after January, anyone who installs solar panels on their roof will get a tariff of 1.6p for the electricity they prod

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Columban JPIC:

The Mass for Migrants took place on 20 May at St Anthony’s in Forest Gate.

Spokes:

The motion calling for government action on the reductions in promised bike space on the new HST...

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