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Vermont’s maple syrup threatened by climate change

NEWS: First US state-level climate assessment says maple syrup production will decline as weather warms

UK minister dismisses Australia and Canada climate ‘alliance’

NEWS: London wants leaders in Canberra and Ottawa to play 'responsible proactive' role in curbing global greenhouse gas emissions

‘Who should I cheer for?’ site compares World Cup countries

A website launched today aims to help football fans decide which team to cheer for in the Brazil 2014 World Cup, based on countries’ impact on clim

What’s Your Catholic Legacy?

Columban missionaries have got together with 12 other Catholic charities to inspire the Catholic community in Britain to remember the work of Catho

Low carbon energy saves money in the long run – study

NEWS: Fuel savings will pay for higher up-front costs of renewable energy, say consultants EY

Time for farming to be taken seriously at UN climate talks?

COMMENT: Agriculture is linked to 20% of greenhouse gas emissions, but it's not receiving attention from governments

Climate change could lead to China-India water conflict

NEWS: Decline in water flow from Tibetan Plateau likely to exacerbate tensions in region over coming decades

EU should not sell off energy security to indulge fossil fuels supporters


Together we did it! – Virunga safe from immediate oil threat

Parliamentary meeting on the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons

On 11 June, Lord Hannay chaired a UN All-Party Parliamentary Group meeting on the destruction of Syria’


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More than 2,000 Catholic migrants living and working in London brought colour and international...


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Over 2,000 tickets are now on sale for the largest ever public debate with UN Secretary-General...

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