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UN: Forest policy must focus on human benefits

NEWS: Governments must consider the billions of people depending on forests for food, energy and shelter, says FAO report

Southwark sees its first LiveSimply Parish Award

St James Parish in Petts Wood, South-East London, has become the first parish in Southwark and the 13th in England and Wales to achieve the Livesim

US cap on coal sector emissions “carbon crumbs” – Hansen

NEWS: US power sector is already halfway to the EPA's 2030 carbon cap

US cap on coal sector emissions “carbon crumbs”-Hansen

NEWS: US power sector is already halfway to the EPA's 2030 carbon cap


Michael & Emily Eavis pledge to keep Glastonbury site Frack-free

US water stress may drive shift to renewable power

NEWS: Thermoelectric power including gas, coal and nuclear responsible for 40% of US water use

William Hague: UN Forum is "vital opportunity" for frank debate

The Foreign Secretary lends his support to UNA-UK's call for new ideas and energy in foreign policy discussions

Hampshire Consultation on Household Recycling Centres

Victory for campaign against airport in Aranmula

An epic campaign against construction of an airport on paddy fields, used for growing rice, in Aranmula, Kerala has achieved a monumental victory.

Ahead of UN Forum, New World asks searching questions of the UN

The Summer 2014 issue of New World, UNA-UK's flagship magazine, asks whether our international system is fit for purpose.


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Commenting on the announcement today (Wednesday) that the Chancellor is to reverse his planned...


The UK Government says it will "double the number of military personnel that we contribute to UN...

Friends of the Earth England Wales & Northern Ireland:

It’s because some of the world’s most vulnerable people are caught in a growing spiral of misery...

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