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Is it time to abandon the 2 degree warming target?

Avoiding two degrees of warming is a key principle of the UN climate talks. But who decides how much warming is too much?

Global Environment Facility launches new drive to ‘detox’ planet

Leading development bank programme aims to cut the levels of harmful chemicals released into the atmosphere from burning waste and heavy industry

CO2 hits highest level for 3 million years


Elephant massacre at world heritage site - time to end wildlife crime

IPCC models underestimate role of CO2 in warming

New data suggests Earth’s climate may be more sensitive to CO2 than previous estimates have suggested

Oxford Students 'close' Shell Laboratory in Fossil Free protest

Oxford University's Earth Sciences Department has launched a new partnership with oil giant Shell.

A 'Just Space' in hectic London

Getting itchy feet, and itchy wheels?.. The Bardic Bike Tour!

CHILE: Water is a Human Right

For several years the Columban’s Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) Office in Chile has worked with other religious organisations to r

Migrants Mass celebrates London’s diversity

More than 2,000 Catholic migrants living and working in London brought colour and international music to a special Mass for Migrants at Westminster


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World Development Movement:

This weekend I joined over three thousand others as a delegate to the

Responding to Climate Change:

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John Ray Initiative:

Keith Innes

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