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Take One Action Screening: Powerless

“A Syrian becomes a refugee every 15 seconds”

COP will not change Poland’s appetite for coal, says MEP

Bipartisan support for the coal industry leads to doubts that Poland will take a climate leadership position at approaching COP19

Pacific flights most polluting, finds study

Researchers find that flights covering an area near the Solomon Islands produce most ozone, as EU limits its ETS to own airspace

Nordic countries join Obama in shunning dirty energy

President Barak Obama met with the Swedish king and queen to agree a move to low carbon technology

Together for the Common Good

‘Understanding how faith-based collaboration can work best for the common good’ is the theme of an ecumenical conference taking place in Liverpool

Day of Prayer for Syria

Columbans have responded to the international call of Pope Francis to fast and pray on Saturday 7th September for peace in Syria and the Middle Eas

Extreme weather in 2012 directly linked to climate change

Scientists say rising sea levels and global warming increased magnitude and likelihood of 2012 extreme weather, including Hurricane Sandy

Obama and Nordic leaders agree to climate cooperation at G20

Morning summary: Obama met the Nordic leaders, who together agreed to cooperate on clean energy issues ahead of G20 Summit

Soot blamed for melting Alps glaciers

Scientists think they know why some European glaciers started to shrink decades before climate change had begun to raise temperatures.

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Responding to Climate Change:

NEWS: Princeton scientists urge governments to scrap bioenergy subsidies, citing climate impact...

Columban JPIC:

A multi-lingual celebration of Unity and Diversity in Birmingham.

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

The UK Government have published a "global pathway calculator" – which allows users to choose...

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