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UNA-UK pushes gender up the political agenda

Results from our International Women's Day campaign and pledges of support from political parties.

Dutch government heads to court on climate change charges

NEWS: Campaigners say they are confident of victory over state as they finally eye day in court after three year legal challenge

UK commits aircraft to UN peacekeeing mission in South Sudan

The UK has deployed a C-130 aircraft to support the United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan.

Prince Charles: Tropical forests hold key to addressing climate change

COMMENT: New report from Prince of Wales International Sustainability Unit highlights vulnerability of world's rainforests

Summit of the Americas offers chance for US-Latin climate diplomacy

ANALYSIS: Trade, security and migration set to dominate key continental meet, but climate progress likely behind closed doors

India turns back clock to save water, as climate concerns mount

NEWS: Rainwater harvesting has transformed Rajasthan, and could be used to combat the effects of climate change

Brazil eyes solar as drought squeezes hydropower resources

NEWS: Drought-hit Brazil is turning to the solar energy source once dubbed a fantasy by the country’s president

Three lessons the Iran nuclear deal can teach climate negotiators

ANALYSIS: Proposed Paris deal runs to over 100 pages but to secure agreement envoys need a plan to manage the toxic politics

Six Greenpeace climbers scale Shell’s Arctic-bound oil rig

Columban Mission Exposure Trip to the US/Mexico Border (3) Good Friday Walks,

Time and distance seem to fade away on such a day—another man was raised into the sky, nailed to wood, the same sky, as if happening right now.

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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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