Member stories

UN climate talks start with call to work as “one team” in Geneva

NEWS: With six days to create a draft agreement, officials ask countries to drop historic divides and start new era of cooperation

Awareness grows on bus lane cutbacks

[Update 14.2.15 – Our full objection is now downloadable below]

UNA-UK challenges members to get development proposals into print

UNA-UK challenges our members and supporters to write a letter to the editor of their local newspaper, calling on the UK public to get behind a str

Young people and politics by Matt Jeziorski (Pax Christi) and James Trewby

Young people don’t care about politics. Everyone knows that. Politicians promote the concerns of the aged because they turn up to vote.

Can the coal industry lead a carbon capture makeover?

ANALYSIS: Coal companies face a large, even existential threat from a growing divestment movement.

Chairing the world’s future: Two men with the climate in their hands

ANALYSIS: The UN has chosen veteran Algerian and US diplomats to steer global climate talks this year - but are they up to the job?

BP embraces climate change risk resolution

NEWS: Oil major supports "non confrontational" call from shareholders to disclose analysis of climate risk

Denmark to reconsider fracking ban after Total shale tests

NEWS: Total drilling near Frederikshavn will help government decide whether to lift its moratorium on fracking

UN climate chief: Major economies committed to Paris deal

NEWS: Christiana Figueres says majority of global carbon emissions likely to be covered under 2015 pact, but unclear on ambition

Far East January/ February 2015

In the January/ February 2015 edition of the Far East we continue our series on St.