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Policy U-turns threaten Australia’s green economy – analysts

NEWS: Tony Abbott's backtracking on climate action has made it more expensive for Australia to cut emissions, warns RepuTex

Polluting the planet is a betrayal of God, says Pope Francis

NEWS: The Pope called on young Filipinos to take care of the planet, after visiting Haiyan-struck town of Tacloban

Small temperature rise could devastate wheat yields, say scientists

NEWS: One degree of warming could slash wheat yields by 42 million tonnes and cause devastating shortages of this vital staple food

Seven stairs to Paris: A pathway to fixing climate change

COMMENT: Climate change is about politics, and we need wise leaders over the coming 11 months, says UK's former chief climate diplomat

Costing the climate: Four ways to price carbon

COMMENT: A recent study put the social cost of emitting a tonne of carbon dioxide at US$220. An EU allowance costs $8. Why the gap?

2014 - hottest year on record

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UNA-UK's head of peace and security travels to Jordan

UNA-UK's Peace and Security Programmes Officer, Alexandra Buskie, travelled to Amman, Jordan, last month.

From buckets to beehives: how scientists collect climate data

ANALYSIS: From old seafarers to modern scientists, RTCC looks at the past and the present of temperature records

Typhoon Haiyan survivors make climate appeal to Pope Francis

BLOG: As Pope Francis visits the Philippines, Tacloban citizens make a video appeal for climate justice

It’s official – 2014 was the hottest year on record

NEWS: Record high temperatures in December confirmed 2014 as the hottest year on record, NASA and NOAA reveal

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Columban JPIC:

A video  celebrating the centenary of the Missionary Society of St.

John Ray Initiative:

Martin, Margot and I attended an event hosted by Climate Outreach at St Mary’s University Church...

Spokes:

Our November traffic count, averaged over our 4 regular count points, found bikes forming 16.5%...

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