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Columban J&P Education at FLAME 2

Columban J&P worker James Trewby and intern Anna Brown will be playing important roles in making Saturday’s FLAME 2 event successful.

So, why did the Met Police come sniffing round our banner-making workshop?

A funny thing happened yesterday.

UN: African Robin Hood tax could fund climate adaptation efforts

NEWS: Tax on finance, trade and tourism could net estimated $13 billion a year to help countries face expected extreme weather impacts

EU vows to preserve climate ambition in use of forests

NEWS: Climate Commissioner Canete tells RTCC there will be "no backsliding" from current climate commitments

UNA-UK sends human rights petition to Party Leaders

More than 600 UNA-UK members and supporters signed petition championing human rights

Time to Act: March with us against fracking

We’re growing in waves. More and more people are realising that the F word is a dirty word.

Global warming raises California’s drought vulnerability

NEWS: US researchers say climate change, not random chance, is likely to be causing California's long drought, one of the worst on record

Forest reception tackles timber trade and deforestation

UK sees climate as “biggest diplomatic challenge” says lead envoy

NEWS: Low carbon leadership essential to protect country's economic future, says Sir David King

China set to tighten coal and carbon caps in next five year plan

NEWS: Air pollution concerns driving Beijing lawmakers to get tough on polluting power plants and heavy industry


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