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Arctic oil and sustainable transport - your survey results

Challenge to get published: hall of fame

UNA-UK has been challenging local UNAs to write to the editor of their local newspaper, calling for greater UK commitment to overseas development.

Nigeria will be ‘forceful’ climate advocate, says Buhari

NEWS: Incoming leader promises more constructive approach to "matters of collective concern" ahead of Paris climate pact

California water restrictions signal ‘new era’ of drought risk

NEWS: Governor orders 25% cut in potable water use as state enters fourth year of catastrophic drought

Naomi Klein: 'I see movements and courage everywhere I go.'

"I see movements everywhere.

UK Government must do more to protect children's rights - Committee report

The UK has taken some "important and progressive" steps towards to protecting children's rights, but not all have benefited.

East Asia pollution seeps into the heart of Borneo’s rainforest

NEWS: Air quality in Borneo’s rainforests is being affected by pollution from human activities in China

Germany’s G7 can ensure Paris climate deal is a success

COMMENT: Meeting of world's top developed countries a moment for Berlin to reassert leadership ahead of UN summit

US climate plans will survive Republican attacks, say officials

NEWS: Lead US climate envoy says dismantling White House carbon cutting policies would be "tough to do"

Columban Mission Exposure trip to the US/Mexico Border

A small group of Columban contacts in Britain is spending Holy Week 2015 on a Columban Mission Exposure Visit to Texas and Mexico, exploring issues

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Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:
Today (Wednesday 19th September) people from all walks of life, from Inverness to Paisley to Ab
Spokes:

Being able to cycle more (9 people); feeling safer or more confident cycling (8 people); feeling...

John Ray Initiative:

Are not two sparrows sold for a penny?

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