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Call for the Church to be evangelised by the poor from Bishop Kevin Dowling

A standing ovation followed The Tablet’s annual lecture last Thursday, delivered by Bishop Kevin Dowling of South Africa’s Rustenburg Diocese to a

Biodiversity, Its Loss and Why It Matters

JRI is pleased to announce the publication of Briefing Paper Number29 by Will Simonson, an investigation into the erosion of the richness of life o

Mexico eyes economic benefits of landmark climate law

NEWS: Country's emissions have soared in past two decades, but government believes cuts can boost competitiveness

Israel ‘best place’ on planet for clean-tech entrepreneurs

NEWS: Despite recent falls in low carbon investment, potential for green businesses to flourish is growing across the world

Indonesia deforestation now ‘worse than Brazil’

NEWS: Indonesia's forest loss is accelerating each year, despite a moratorium on logging, study finds

King David – eco-poet

David was a man of contrasts and often contradictions: shepherd boy and powerful King; mighty warrior and sensitive poet; saint, sinner and song-wr

Scotland’s Bike-Rail future

Bids are now in to the Scottish Government from five companies to run Scotrail for the 10 years from March 2015…

Competition: ‘My Memorable Moment’

UN Forum: ticket info & ways to interact on the day

Full price tickets sold out - balcony seats still available

India and China farmers back new climate adaptation alliance

NEWS: A network of 25 indigenous mountain communities is sharing information - and seeds - for a climate-proof future


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