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UNA-UK Chairman backs calls for veto restraint on BBC radio

UNA-UK's Chairman, Sir Jeremy Greenstock, spoke to BBC World Service presenter Dan Damon about a call from Amnesty International to restrain the us

Europe releases vision for Paris climate change deal

NEWS: Brussels climate chief Canete says US and China must follow EU and reveal commitments to a 2015 UN pact

Obama vetoes latest Keystone bill, Republicans vow to return in March

NEWS: Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell plans a new vote no later than 3 March, but override looks unlikely

EU's climate and energy vision comes with blind spots

EU vote bolsters flagging emissions trading scheme

NEWS: Parliament votes to hold back oversupply of carbon allowances in "game changing" move for EU climate action

Global warming likely to accelerate after “pause”, say scientists

NEWS: Scientists says 1% chance of two decade hiatus - but once it ends, expect rapid rise in temperatures to begin

Hackathon stimulates public engagement on UN issues

Global activists convened last weekend for a ‘hackathon’ to produce digital tools to connect the public to the work of the UN.

Parish visit to St. Joseph’s, Preston

Parish visit to St. Joseph’s, Preston, Archdiocese of Liverpool, by  Fr.  SSC

Parish visit to St. Cuthberts, & St. Edwards, Wigan

Parish visit to St. Cuthberts, & St. Edwards, Wigan, Archdiocese of Liverpool, by  Fr. Peter Hughes SSC

Big questions loom for UN’s IPCC climate science panel

ANALYSIS: As IPCC gathers for a week of soul-searching, scientists suggest something must be done about mammoth reports


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John Ray Initiative:

The UK’s regulations on Data Protection are changing on 25th May 2018 and JRI is carrying out...


The First Minister launched the Route Map to an Energy Efficient S

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