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Climate sceptic minister threatens Brazil’s green credentials

ANALYSIS: Scientists question president Dilma Rousseff's commitment to climate leadership over appointment of Aldo Rebelo to science job

Global calculator: 7 emissions pathways for the world

ANALYSIS: A new tool backed by the UK government allows anyone to test the impact of lifestyle, fuel and land use choices on the climate

Obama bans oil drilling in 9.8 million acres of Arctic ocean

NEWS: New protections sees US president pivot to Arctic in attempt to secure reputation as environmental leader

MPs have given the thumbs up to fracking - but this one's far from over

All rights reserved. Credit: Jiri Rezac | Greenpeace UK Our petition asking MPs to say no to fracking under homes reached 361,736 signatures...

Short-term group visits overseas: Playgrounds for the rich or a real chance to learn?

During a recent session with a confirmation group, one young lady told me that in the future she hopes to take part in a sixth-form trip “to a coun

Faith in Action Week

One reason I hear from young people for giving up on faith is that they can’t see the value in it.

A postcard from Anna

Anna Brown is the first ‘Faith in Action Graduate Volunteer’, spending a year volunteering with Columban Justice and Peace Education and St Mary’s

Keystone XL faces further delay as Democrats block bill

NEWS: No conclusion reached on pipeline as Democrats accuse Republicans of shunning open debate

They want to drill under vulnerable people’s homes without permission

The Government has decided to block fracking in our national parks and near aquifers.

John Ashton: Fracking push is an insult to democracy

COMMENT: The government's enthusiasm for fracking ignores the will of the people, says the UK's former climate envoy

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