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2014 in review: hard science and historic climate pledges

ANALYSIS: US and China made friends, Russia and Ukraine split up, while scientists warned of catastrophe

Oil price crash won’t hurt renewable sector – analysts

NEWS: Except in Saudi Arabia, the recent slump in oil prices will have little impact on renewable deployment, says Bloomberg

Planes and ships escape scrutiny in bottom-up climate regime

ANALYSIS: International aviation and shipping are not mentioned in the Lima call for climate action, despite growing emissions

Fast Finland warming means blue Christmas for Santa

NEWS: Even icy Lapland faces diminished snowfall as Finland warms over twice the rate of global average

Why Russia should ally with China and India on carbon rules

ANALYSIS: As the world's second biggest exporter of emissions, Russia should lobby for consumers to take responsibility, say economists

Half of Lancashire residents worry about fracking impact on house values

Indian Ocean Tsunami: 10 years on

On 26 December 2004 an earthquake in the Indian Ocean and the resulting tsunami was one of the worst natural disasters on record

Anti-fracking campaigning on the streets of Lancashire

Say no to fracking

Parish visit to St Anne’s, Timms Lane, Formby

Parish visit to St Anne’s, Timms Lane, Formby, Archdiocese of Liverpool, by Fr. Denis Carter SSC

Parish visit to St Margaret Mary, Pilch Lane Liverpool

Parish visit to St Margaret Mary, Pilch Lane Liverpool, Archdiocese of Liverpool, by Fr.  SSC


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John Ray Initiative:

My Tearfund Prayer Diary for last week included a reminder that July 1st – 9th is the “Speak Up...

All We Can:

The United Nations have marked today as International Widows’ Day,...


Last week brought the good news that Scotland had met its latest climate target, with emi

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