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Should we stay in the EU?

Back when Britain’s beaches were awash with sewage, acid rain gasses belched from our power stations and our drinking water was contaminated with a

Europe needs new energy policy as nuclear giants stumble

ANALYSIS: French-led nuclear industry faces unpromising future after string of technical faults, cost overruns and delays

World Bank sets methane price floor to cut emissions

NEWS: Initiative aims to drive investment in bioenergy and waste management in poor countries, limiting potent greenhouse gas emissions

Norway $900bn oil fund set to ditch coal shares

NEWS: Coal-heavy power utilities and mining companies are in the firing line as lawmakers endorse biggest fossil divestment push to date

Climate Change, Ethics and Religion in China

“China has 80 million people living at sea level so of course it is interested in tackling climate change” said Columban eco-theologian Fr Sean McD

Fr Shay Cullen awarded for Outstanding Contribution to Welfare of Youth

On April 23, 2015 at the University Of Iowa, the Central Iowa Service Network Against Human Trafficking and Shelter Services awarded Fr Shay Cullen

From Belfast to Shanghai, an Easter Gift

Dr Brendan Colgan, GP in Belfast, recently visited Fr Pat Colgan on Mission in China.

France ready to step in if climate talks stall, says Tubiana

NEWS: Chief French climate diplomat says hosts of COP21 will take lead if countries fail to deliver new text by August
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World's richest sovereign wealth fund to divest from coal

Carbon pricing winning favour with tiger economies

NEWS: As China readies nationwide carbon trading market, the likes of South Africa and Kazakhstan are developing carbon pricing

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SCCS-Caroline:

Over 17,000 people across Scotland have responded to a Scottish Government consultation urging...

John Ray Initiative:

Martin Hodson suggested that I might reflect on my growing understanding of climate change from...

Columban JPIC:

On Saturday 16th September The Archbishop of Birmingham, the Most Reverend Bernard Longley, paid...

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