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Bikes on Trams – a UK First

Bikes will be carried on off-peak regular tram services in Edinburgh in May – a UK first for

Foreign policy must be an election issue

We must call on our leaders to acknowledge the need for an effective global system and policies that support the UN.

All We Can responds to Nepal earthquake

Updated 1 May 2015

BRICs group to expand environmental cooperation

NEWS: Leading emerging economies say they want to deepen ties on renewable energy and explore ways to finance green growth

Sir Jeremy Greenstock speaks to the BBC on Libya

Sir Jeremy Greenstock, UNA-UK's Chairman, was interviewed today on the BBC's World at O

The best and worst bits: Greenpeace analysis of Party manifestos

African countries drive progress on HFC phase-out

NEWS: Countries could reach deal to curb production of potent warming gases this November after Senegal intervention at Bangkok meeting

Pleas to protect Arctic as polar summit begins

NEWS: Arctic Council states handed document signed by scientists and Nobel Laureates urging oil-free future as retreating ice caps attract explorat

News from Fiji, April 2015

To celebrate the 1400th anniversary of the death of Saint Columban numerous events have been organised to take place this year.

Climate tracker: What’s happened to pledges for Paris summit?

ANALYSIS: National climate strategies are the building blocks of any UN emissions pact, and time is running out for governments to deliver


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Columban JPIC:

  “The Church is there for life, not for profit” a Columban priest and CAFOD partner told the...


From a sustainable transport perspective – and indeed a general sustainability perspective – the...

John Ray Initiative:

It is now just over a month since I attended the Malvern 2017 Conference at St.

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