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Faith imperative for Justice and Peace action

A workshop on global warming given by a Columban Father, an Eritrean Coffee Ceremony hosted by Sheffield’s Eritrean community, and liturgy with the

UK fracking controls loosened to boost exploration

Morning summary: Local communities are set to lose control over whether fracking can go ahead

Siemens’ giant wind farm lands in Australia

270MW project latest step in South Australia's quest to generate 33% of renewable energy by 2020

Resources: Response to Scottish Planning Policy and National Planning Framework Consultations

Friends of the Earth Scotland's responses to Scottish Government consultations on the draft Scottish Planning Policy and the National Planning Fram

Overwhelming opposition to female genital mutilation/cutting, yet millions of girls still at risk: UNICEF

A majority of people in most countries where female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) is concentrated oppose the harmful practice, according to a

Nobel Laureates take stand against Keystone XL

Desmond Tutu, Leymah Gbowee and Shirin Ebadi have written to Obama protesting the Keystone pipeline

Golf faces tough climate change adaptation drive

Golf courses around the world could be facing a bleak future unless they move quickly to introduce climate change adaptation strategies

Learning about poverty: life in the WDM office

Trees absorb lower levels of pollution in hot weather

Heatwaves force plants and trees to focus on their own well-being and stop absorbing harmful gases, causing wider levels of pollution to rise

UN climate science body IPCC condemns AR5 report leak

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change dismisses reports in Economist that climate change will be less severe than once thought


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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Coalition of 56 countries say technology needs more political support ahead of 2015 Paris...


According to the janitor, 140-150 people attended the Spokes public meeting on Lothians cycling...

World Development Movement:

Countries from the global north have pledged $9.5 billion...

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