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Qatar targets solar revolution, but pace remains slow

NEWS: New solar deal with Kazakhstan could be solar boost to Qatar, but industry is still "embryonic" say analysts

Forum speaker John Githongo interviewed on corruption

The Guardian interviewed our speaker, a member of the Independent Commission for Aid Impact, at UN Forum 2014.

UK Lords set to examine Arctic oil drilling

NEWS: A newly formed UK Arctic Committee is putting controversial oil drilling plans under the microscope

Warming Antarctic leaves iconic emperor penguin on brink

NEWS: Loss of Antarctic sea ice through climate change threatens the emperor penguin’s habitat say scientists

Glasgow University could ditch £19m fossil fuel assets

NEWS: Official panel recommends Glasgow follows other academic institutions in ditching oil and gas investments

Dissent, Rebellion, orthodoxy and Social Justice

Voices from the Desert: The Journey of the Bible from Dissent to Orthodoxy and Back again.

Columbans make suggestions for Pope’s Korea visit

The Secretary of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, on a visit to the country, had to respond to claims of “disappointment” re

Extra $800bn needed per year to avert dangerous climate change

NEWS: Diverting fossil fuel subsidies into low carbon technology could bridge the green investment gap, say researchers

Lego, we're feeling sad too

All rights reserved. Credit: Greenpeace Lego, don't let Shell play with the Arctic Image caption:  Lego, don't let...

‘Minilateral’ approach could spare UN climate talks gridlock

NEWS: Negotiations among 194 countries are unlikely to succeed warn analysts, arguing for radical shake-down to avoid 2C warming

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